Earlier today, Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui of Fifth Harmony broke the hearts of Harmonizers around the world when they announced an "indefinite hiatus" to pursue "solo endeavors."
While they didn't out and out say they'd be dunzo for forever, many music fans know that often times a group's "break" often means a break up.
"They are taking a hiatus so they can work on individual projects for a while but they are not splitting up," a source told E! News at the time. "They will remain together and plan to work together in the future."
Three years later, the boys in the on-break band are hotter than ever in their solo projects and don't show any signs of getting back together for a 1D project any time soon. But ya never know?
The "Glad You Came" crooners aren't the only group who said they weren't splitting for good, but have yet to come back together. What about 'N Sync, The Wanted or Selena Gomez and The Scene? We're still waiting on music for one of those "on-hiatus" groups!
Check out a list of bands that at one time announced an "indefinite" hiatus, which appear to have turned into a permanent one...