NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 28: (L-R) Normandi Kordei, Dinah Jane Hansen, Ally Brooke, Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui of Fifth
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It's been a roller coaster for fans of Fifth Harmony. Last year, the group openly discussed their impending breakup, and with Camila Cabello's solo material coming more frequently, fans thought that a 5H split was only a matter of time.

But recently, the bandmates have been talking about making a third album since finishing their 7/27 Tour in Europe—an LP some Harmonizers didn't really expect would happen.

"I think the next album will probably be totally different," Ally Brooke Hernandez told Digital Spy. "We're still trying to figure that out right now, but we're always going to make it next level."

In another interview, Dinah Jane Hansen said Fifth Harmony will "probably whip something up," adding that "we're craving it."

Just last December, Hansen revealed that the band might soon be breaking up:

“We’ve been together for basically three years now and looking back… we’re very, very… happy with where we’re at right now. But from here on out, we wanna hopefully win a couple more awards together… maybe build more music together as well. But I feel like we’ll probably go our separate ways later on. That's the truth."

But with album three in the works, it looks like that breakup will be delayed.

Watch Little Mix and Fifth Harmony interview each other in the Fuse studios below: