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Fifth Harmony's Loyal Harmonizers Express Sorrow & Appreciation After Group's Final Show

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Fifth Harmony photographed in Los Angeles on Aug. 24, 2017.

Fifth Harmony's loyal following, the Harmonizers, are expressing their grief on social media following the group's final show (for now) in Hollywood, Fla., on Friday night (May 11).

5H's Ally Brooke, Lauren Jauregui and Normani Kordei say they aren't calling it quits for good, but are taking a hiatus while they pursue solo projects. But a reunion can't come quick enough for many of the foursome's fans.

"Does anyone else think fifth harmony should do a reunion already i mean i miss them so much already," one fan pleaded on Twitter.

Others thanked Fifth Harmony for giving them many years of joy. "But really @FifthHarmony thank you for an amazing 6 years as a girl group that wasnt scared to embrace girl power and sexuality," another Harmonizer tweeted.  

Fifth Harmony took their final bow at Florida's Hard Rock Event Center Friday night before going their separate ways. Later, the four singers thanked fans for a wonderful ride.

"We couldn’t have asked for a better final show, thank you to everyone who came out tonight! Florida, we love you! You’re forever in OUR hearts," 5H tweeted Friday.  

Read more sorrowful and appreciative reactions to 5H's hiatus below.

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