The Worth It singers were formed as a girl group on U.S. talent show The X Factor in 2012, and despite coming in third place, they have since become one of the most successful artists to come out of the show.

But Dinah has since given their fans cause for concern with a recent interview with Madrid, Spain's Europa FM radio station, suggesting their time together is limited.

When asked where they see themselves in five years, Dinah admitted, "We've been together for basically three years now, and looking back, we're very, very happy with where we’re at right now. But from here on out, we just wanna see - we just wanna hopefully win a couple more awards together; maybe build more music together, as well, before we... I feel like we’ll probably go our separate ways maybe later on. That’s the truth."

Her bandmate Camila Cabello previously suggested a future break-up to Latina magazine earlier this year (15), saying, "We'd be lying if we all said this is a picture-perfect thing, like we all completely agreed on the album track list and what the sound and the music video treatment would be like, which usually happens in bands who grew up together. But for manufactured bands, it’s harder."

Like their The X Factor UK counterparts, One Direction, Fifth Harmony was put together by the show's judges, including Simon Cowell, after each of the five girls were eliminated competing as individual artists.