Camila Cabello
Camila Cabello is content with her solo career. The singer is pictured attending the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina: Celebrating Our Heroes at American Airlines Arena on Nov. 4, 2017 in Miami, Florida. Aaron Davidson/Getty Images

Fifth Harmony had Harmonizers going wild when they shared a photo with Ed Sheeran fueling rumors that the stars may be planning on a collaboration. The speculative picture comes shortly after their former group member, Camila Cabello, subtly shaded her old band members while promoting her upcoming solo album.

On Friday, the group shared a photo with Sheeran to their Twitter account. “Sheeran’s Angels. So good seeing you last week @edsheeran! #FBF,” the tweet read.

Although it seemed like a harmless photo, fans began to urge the singers to collaborate on a song together. “We want a collab please,” one fan tweeted.

“Collab already,” wrote another Harmonizer.

While a Fifth Harmony and Sheeran collaboration is a new idea, Cabello previously expressed her desire to work with the singer.

In June, the “Havana” singer revealed that the “Perfect” artist sent her a song to work on. “I went in and changed a lot of lyrics to just make it more about myself and tied into a personal situation,” she explained

Fifth Harmony’s photo with Sheeran comes after Cabello’s interview with SiriusXM, where the star admitted that she enjoys being a solo artist and that sentiment will be a theme in her upcoming album.

“There isn’t really a lot of collaborations on my album just because I was finding my sound and my [voice] and so I really wanted to do just do that. I’ve collaborated for like five years, so it was good to kind of, just do that,” Camila said.

Cabello left Fifth Harmony in December 2016 after revealing that she was unhappy singing about topics she couldn’t relate and aspired to write her own music.

“I remember feeling super nervous and scared at one point and then there was definitely a time where I was just like it doesn’t even matter that much, it’s just music,” she explained.

The “Crying in the Club” singer revealed that she was eventually able to focus on creating the perfect sound. “It’s not that deep! I think the more that I distanced myself from what people’s opinions were, the more I was like what does it matter what people’s opinions are? This is what I love to do.”

Cabello is expected to release her solo album, “Camila,” on Jan. 12, 2018.