Ally Brooke continues to get candid about her days in Fifth Harmony.
Now, the singer is detailing to Entertainment Tonight the group’s plans for two more albums that were eventually scrapped and her thoughts about the group continuing.
Her words below:
On whether or not she wanted the group to continue, she said:
“Yes! Oh my gosh. I wanted so badly for us to continue on.”
On the additional albums she said:
“There’s a Christmas album left. There’s one more album left. There’s this tour and that tour.”
She goes on to say:
“Something was left. But not everybody felt that way and I had to process that and I had to ultimately respect that even though I didn’t agree and even though I was mad. I had to let go of that and respect that.”
Those who have read her book ‘Finding Harmony’ suggest that the resistance to continue came from the record label before the members. This; however, remains speculative as Brooke has never confirmed or denied these claims.
Watch the full interview below:
We certainly would have loved to have heard a new album, as the girls were heading in a promising direction with their last album, thanks to songs like ‘He Like That’ and ‘Don’t Say You Love Me.’
With that, what are…