"Fifth Harmony" is no longer a band of five members as Camila Cabello left it six months back. Nevertheless, the fact that they are four will not make the members go for a name change as the name was given by their fans. What is more, they have received applications for the replacement of Camila.
Camila Cabello created quite a buzz when she left "Fifth Harmony" six months back but the band is not looking to change its name. According to Entertainment Tonight, the band is sticking to its name as it was given to them by their fans and now they consider the fans to be the fifth member. Lauren Jauregui recently revealed that they did think of changing the name at one point of time because the band was left with only four members post-Camila Cabello's departure.
However, she made it clear that all four of them are united about keeping the name now. Jauregui further added that "Fifth Harmony" is who they are and they identify with it. It is the sum total of their entire moments and what they spent their five years doing. When asked about the replacement of Camila Cabello and if they were considering it, she said that they are not looking for another member but they have received a couple of applications and they include one from Noah Cyrus.
Well, going by these comments and the time gap since Camila Cabello left "Fifth Harmony," it does seem unlikely that the band will undergo a name change. As for the replacement, it seems impossible in near future because the band has moved on from the setback and they have also released their first album after the split.
It is worth mentioning here that "Fifth Harmony" comprised Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Camila Cabello. It was formed in 2012 after the girls featured in the reality show "The X Factor."