Normani Kordei shares the hardest part of Fifth Harmony disbanding

The hit girl band decided that it was best to go on a hiatus to figure out what they want to do as individual artists.

                            Normani Kordei shares the hardest part of Fifth Harmony disbanding
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The hit girl group, Fifth Harmony announced that they had decided to go their own separate ways in order to be able to pursue their careers.  Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Ally Brooke shared that they will be on a hiatus to figure out their own individual journeys. Now Normani Kordei has shared what the hardest part of the band disbanding. 

As reported by ET, she says: "[It was] very scary. And heartbreaking for me personally. The first day that we even put out the announcement for the hiatus, it was the toughest day."

Kordei spoke about how the hardest part was having it all happen in the spotlight for everyone to comment about and opinionate about. "So many people saying, 'Oh my god, what happened? What's wrong?' Just having that attention on something that you already know is real and the fact that now everybody else knows it's real, it's like, 'Wow, this is really happening,'" she shared.

 "It's definitely going to be an adjustment. It's all I've known for the last six years, but I'm excited." Normani opened up about how she is eager to move around on her own and find her place in the industry. She is also ready to let people know who she is individually as an artist. 

"It's a discovery for myself, you know? There are so many people that are excited for me, trying to see, 'Oh, what is she gonna do next? 'What does Normani sound like?' I'm still trying to figure that out. I'm in the studio and its really cool because I talk about things that I actually wanna talk about and things  that I feel genuinely, and I can finally fully be myself."

Fifth Harmony (Source: Getty Images)

"I feel like, within the group, I'm so, so grateful for the process but I can speak for all of us, you've only been able to see a fraction of who we are individually," she added. 

On March 19th, the group let their fans know that they would be going their separate ways. "After six years going hard, non-stop, we also realized that in order to stay authentic to ourselves and to you, we do need to take some time, for now, to go on hiatus from Fifth Harmony in order to pursue solo endeavors. We are all very excited and grateful to be able to take this time to learn and grow creatively and really find our footing as individuals."