Did Lauren Jauregui diss Camila Cabello?

Camila Cabello "didn't expect" a lot of love following her departure from Fifth Harmony.

Cabello goes on to say she is writing a lot of music herself: "My goal is to be fearless and open up my soul". "I was so emotional at that point, that when I saw some really encouraging things people were saying, I burst into an ugly cry".

She sees her solo music as a way of allowing her fans know her even better. So what is the inspiration behind the music she writes that focuses so much on love?

The 19-year-old star, who walked away from Fifth Harmony in 2016, has revealed she is a huge fan of the British pop singer and has admitted she would relish the opportunity to collaborate with Ed in the future. Fans thought she might be attacking her former bandmate Camila Cabello (the one who suddenly quit the band), when she tweeted "Fake that confidence bih, one day it'll be real".

Elsewhere in the interview, Camila opens up about turning to Taylor Swift for "boy advice" and why they became friends in the first place. The "Love Incredible" songstress is also looking forward to hearing new music from her former group as well as their solo endeavors. "My goal is to be courageous and open up my soul".

Speaking with Seventeen for its March/April cover story interview, the budding solo star, 19, candidly discussed her decision to split from bandmates Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui and Ally Brooke Hernandez a year ago.

'We were truly hurt.

Camila Cabello is hard at work on her first solo album; it's also her first effort since her departure from Fifth Harmony, and she promises it will be a revealing one.

Since rising to fame on the X-Factor in 2012, Cabello has learned a lot about herself through industry experiences and the friendships she's made, including her bond with Swift.

"Even though I'm 19, I've literally never had a long-term relationship".