Lauren Jauregui and Dinah Jane Reunite for the First Time Since Fifth Harmony’s Break—Check Out the Pics!

“It’s always love from me,” Jane wrote on Instagram after attending Jauregui’s EP launch party

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Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui smile at each other at the 2017 People’s Choice Awards

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Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui reunited at Jauregui’s EP release party over the weekend – marking the first time the duo have shared the space publicly since the band began their hiatus in 2018 .

Jane, 25, celebrated her former bandmate with a sweet note on Instagram, sharing a handful of clips from the event.

“:’) Still love from me,” Jane wrote. “Congratulations on the amazing masterpiece you put out my sister. It was so good to be in the presence of the family again ✨.”

Jauregui, 26, replied in the comment: “I LOVE YOU😭🤍.”

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In one photo, the “Work From Home” singers can be seen hugging and then dancing together in a cute 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 last self-titled album in August 2017 and announced the band’s hiatus the following March.

Since then, the five original band members have all embarked on their respective solo careers. (The group consisted of four people when the hiatus was announced after Camila Cabello’s early departure.)

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Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui share a hug

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Jauregui’s EP, Betweendropped on 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 reconnected and I just asked him, ‘Do you feel comfortable with me still using that song?’ And he was like, ‘Abso-f—ing-lutely’,” Jauregui told PEOPLE of his ex’s reaction this week.

“Because he’s a musician first and foremost,” she said of the 41-year-old rapper. “If he fucks with anything, he doesn’t care about influence or anything. He’s a really serious scholar when it comes to music.”

Jauregui added that she wants the project to “resonate” with her fanbase, saying she hopes fans “find a lyric that makes you feel seen, that you find a song you can dance to and with which you feel good”.

“A song you can move your body to to put on a playlist, relax, smoke, have fun, cry, whatever. I just want you to feel,” she continued.

John Shearer/Getty Images Fifth Harmony Entertainment

John Shearer/Getty Images Fifth Harmony Entertainment

As for Jane, the musician spoke with PEOPLE earlier in the month about how an involuntary hiatus from music amid the pandemic took a toll on her mental health. As she revealed, she told those close to her that she “quit” music at the time.

“There was beauty in spending so much time with my family, but there was also this inner voice that said, ‘Who are you? Who do you want to be?'” Jane said. “All these questions started pissing me off at that point, and I was like, ‘Honestly, I quit.’ I said to my family, ‘I don’t want this anymore. I don’t care about the music.”

But Jane eventually found the strength to come back, even though she felt like she had “let her fans down” at one point.

“But they understood why I just had to quit altogether,” she said. “I’m grateful for those tough times. I’m grateful for the failed relationships in my life. I’m grateful for the things that didn’t go as planned because they brought me here, to a better understanding who is Dinah.”

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