Fifth Harmony Drop Final Music Video “Don’t Say You Love Me” Before Indefinite Hiatus

Fifth Harmony performed their final show together as a group on May 12.

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Back in March, Fifth Harmony devastated fans worldwide by announcing their plans to take an indefinite hiatus to focus on solo work. The “Work From Home” ladies performed their last show together one week ago in Tampa, Florida, but they had one final surprise for fans: On Friday morning, the music video for “Don’t Say You Love Me” dropped.

The video is a bittersweet goodbye for fans. It starts with four members of the group—dressed in long, flowing gowns—belting out parts of the ballad on their own, before reuniting for a hug at the end. A door shuts behind them, but leaves open just a slight crack to let some light in. While the hiatus does not mean the group has disbanded for good, this last video is sure to please some fans and leave others wanting more. 

They leave one by one but the door doesn't close all the way because Fifth Harmony isn't over. ❤️#DSYLMMusicVideo

How close I am from crying after watching #DSYLMMusicVideo #DSYLM @FifthHarmony

Fifth Harmony - Don't Say You Love Me via @YouTube.  All the feelings..... #DSYLM

The group’s hiatus comes after “Havana” singer Camila Cabellobroke away from the group in December 2016 to release her self-titled solo album, which debuted at No. 1 last January. Normani also signed a solo deal back in October and recently released “Love Lies” with Khalid. 

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