“It’s always love on my side,” Jane wrote on Instagram after attending Jauregui’s EP release party
Here’s a band singing “Going Nowhere!”
Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui reunited this weekend at Jauregui’s EP release party – marking the duo’s first time sharing space in public since the band’s hiatus first began in 2018.
Jane, 25, celebrated her former bandmate with a sweet message on Instagram and shared a handful of clips from the event.
“:’) it’s always love on my side,” Jane wrote. “Congratulations on the incredible masterpiece you released sister. It was so good to be in the presence of family again ✨.”
Jauregui, 26, responded in the comments section: “I LOVE YOU😭🤍.”
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In one photo, the “Work From Home” singers can be seen hugging each other tightly and later dancing together in a lovely black and white clip.
The duo also posed for a selfie alongside fashion designer Ashton Michael, Jauregui’s mother Clara Jauregui and artist managers Tara Beikae and Chad Vaifanua.
Fifth Harmony released their most recent self-titled LP in August 2017 and announced the group’s end in March.
Since then, the original five members of the group have all embarked on their respective solo careers. (The band was four at the time of the hiatus announcement following Camila Cabello’s early departure.)
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EP by Jauregui, In betweenwas released Friday and features a handful of collaborations, including one with ex Ty Dolla Sign and rapper Russ on “Wolves.”
“After ‘Always Love’ came out, we got back together and I just asked him, ‘Do you feel comfortable with me still using this song?’ And he was like, ‘Abso-f-ing-lutely,'” Jauregui told PEOPLE this week about her ex’s reaction.
“Because he’s a musician first and foremost,” she said of the rapper, 41. “When he’s down with something, he doesn’t care about clout or anything. He’s really a serious scholar when it comes to music.”
Jauregui added that she wants the project to “resonate” with her fanbase, saying she hopes supporters “find a lyric that makes you feel seen, that you find a song that you can dance to and feel good about .”
“A song where you can move your body to put on a playlist, chill, smoke, have fun, cry, whatever it is. I just want you to feel it,” she continued.
As for Jane, the musician spoke to PEOPLE earlier this month about how an accidental hiatus from music during the pandemic took a toll on her mental health. As she revealed, she told her loved ones that she “quit” music at that point.
“It was nice to spend so much time with my family, but there was also that inner voice of, ‘Who are you? Who do you want to be?'” Jane said. “All these questions started kicking me down at that point, and I was like ‘I’ve really quit.’ I told my family, ‘I don’t want this anymore. I don’t care about music.'”
But Jane eventually found the strength to return, despite feeling she “let down” her fans at one point.
“But they understood why I just had to stop altogether,” she said. “I’m thankful for those tough times. I’m thankful for the relationships that have failed in my life. I’m thankful for things that didn’t go as planned because they brought me here, to a better understanding of who Dina is.”
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