Fifth Harmony Hits First Red Carpet Without Camila Cabello

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Fifth Harmony made their debut as a quartet on the People's Choice Awards red carpet on Wednesday night in Los Angeles.

The former five-woman group posed in public for the first time since Camila Cabello's exit in December.

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Ally Brooke Hernandez, Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui and Normani Kordei matched in color coordinated dresses for the awards show, each opting for a pink and crème ensemble.

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Fifth Harmony was nominated for Favorite Group and slated to perform during the broadcast, which will mark their first performance as a foursome.

The band announced on Dec. 18 that they were "informed via her representatives" that Cabello would be leaving the group after four and a half years together. The next day, Cabello responded saying the group's statement was "simply not true."

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When the girls engaged in a back and forth over the next couple of days, ET confirmed that the group resigned with Epic Records and Syco and are expected to release a new album later this year.