Fifth Harmony Make Debut as a Quartet at the People's Choice Awards

Sasha Samsonova

Immediately following their performance, DJ Khaled presented Fifth Harmony with the favorite group award.

Fifth Harmony made their debut as a foursome at Wednesday night's People's Choice Awards with a fiery performance of their biggest hit to date, "Work From Home."

The ladies immediately showed their unity by singing the first line of the song — originally sung by recently departed member Camila Cabello — all together as one. But they also showed off their individuality during the number with each girl's name displayed on the big screen as she sang her first solo portion.

Immediately following their performance, Epic Records labelmate DJ Khaled presented Fifth Harmony with the favorite group award — their second year in a row taking home the prize.

The 5H ladies have been in the headlines over the past month since the Dec. 19 departure of Cabello, which was announced with a series of conflicting she-said-they-said statements and tweets. While the group performed on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest after Cabello's exit, their set was pre-taped before the split.

Meanwhile, the four remaining Fifth Harmony ladies — Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui — re-signed with Epic Records and Syco, which exercised its right to a third album from the now-quartet at the start of the new year.

This article originally appeared on Billboard.com

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