Fifth Harmony's 2017 People's Choice Awards Performance Without Camila Cabello

Fantastic four! Fifth Harmony performed for the first time as a quartet at the 2017 People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday, January 18, following ex-member Camila Cabello’s contentious departure from the girl group. Watch their number in the video above!

The remaining members in the band — Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke Hernandez and Dinah Jane — hit the stage in sexy, coordinating, black leather ensembles to sing their 2016 smash “Work From Home.”

As fans are well aware, Cabello, 19, sang the first verse of the track. Jauregui, 20, Kordei, 20, Hernandez, 23, and Jane, 19, used the “Bad Things” singer’s absence as an opportunity to sing together — and make a seemingly defiant statement after Cabello’s sudden exit in December.

“We ain’t worried 'bout nothin’ / We ain’t worried 'bout nada,” the four girls cooed in unison, switching up the lyrics. Cabello’s original opening line was: “I ain’t worried 'bout nothin’ / I ain’t wearin’ na nada.”

“We ain’t worried 'bout nothin’ / We ain’t worried 'bout nada,” the four girls cooed in unison, switching up the lyrics. Cabello’s original opening line was: “I ain’t worried 'bout nothin’ / I ain’t wearin’ na nada.”

Right after their performance, Fifth Harmony accepted the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Band. “This means the absolute world to us. We wanna thank our Harmonizers for everything that they do for us,” Kordei told the crowd. “We would be nothing without you. Please believe that.”

Jauregui added: “We wanna thank our families, our team … some amazing people. Thank you for everything, anyone who’s supported us. We love you guys. Thank you. So much to come, so stay tuned!”

However, Fifth Harmony fired back by issuing a lengthier statement countering Cabello’s claims. “The last thing we want to do is engage in a battle of we said, she said, but we’ve let our story play out in press and on social media for too long,” the “Sledgehammer” singers wrote, claiming that Cabello refused to participate in group therapy sessions and bailed on meetings meant to discuss the future of the band.

Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Dinah Jane of Fifth Harmony pose onstage during the People's Choice Awards 2017 at Microsoft Theater on Jan. 18, 2017, in Los Angeles. Christopher Polk/Getty Images for People's Choice Awards


Fifth Harmony Delivers First Performance Without Camila Cabello, Wins Favorite Group at People's Choice Awards

Fifth Harmony still knows how to werk!

The girl group delivered its first performance sans Camila Cabello at Wednesday's People's Choice Awards, demonstrating just what the future holds for the foursome.

Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, and Normani Kordei took the stage in sexy leather getups to perform their hit song, "Work from Home."

The group split up the first verse of the song, sung by Cabello in the studio recording, and tweaked a few of the lyrics: "We ain't worried 'bout nothin', we ain't worried 'bout nada."

"Thank you guys so much! Thank you, this means the absolute world to us. We want to thank our Harmonizers, for everything that they do for us. We would be nothing without you, please believe that," Normani said into the mic. "We love you so, so much."

"We want to thank our families, our team, our team, our team, our team! They are some amazing people. Thank you anyone who's supported us, we love you. Thank you!" Lauren continued. "So much to come, stay tuned!"

"You're the best!" Dinah Jane added.

Fifth Harmony definitely gave their first performance without Cabello all they had, after the 19-year-old singer left the group in December.


First Performance As 4 CAMILA'S VERSE COVERED

The girls in Fifth Harmony kicked off the post-Camila Cabello era with their first performance since her contentious exit from the group ... and they were just fine without her.

The foursome performed their song, "Work from Home," at Wednesday's People's Choice Awards in L.A. -- a song on which Camila sang the first verse -- the girls switched it up, first singing all together and then Lauren took over.

Camila or not, the rest of the performance was flawless.

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