Fifth Harmony
After falling ill, Dinah Jane Hansen is ready to record new music. (From left) Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Hansen of music group Fifth Harmony are pictured attending the People's Choice Awards on Jan. 18, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images

After falling ill over the weekend, Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane Hansen did whatever was necessary to return to the studio in order to create more music with her group.

On Wednesday morning, the “Work From Home” singer shared a Snapchat video of herself getting an IV put in her arm while she was in the studio trying to get some work done alongside her bandmates.

After screaming in agony because she was in pain and “hates needles,” members Lauren Jauregui and Ally Brooke Hernandez attempted to sing to Hansen in order to make her feel better. Normani Kordei was not in the Snapchat.

Hansen has been laying low since falling ill prior to Fifth Harmony’s scheduled NHL All-Star Game performance over the weekend.

The singer was feeling sick throughout the day and attempted to go on with the performance even though she was in pain. In the end, she was taken out of the arena by EMTs and the group did not perform without her.

Although what went wrong with Hansen has not been addressed, the singing group put on a united front shortly after the canceled performance.

On Monday, a photo was posted on the group’s official Instagram account of the four remaining members in the studio. Hansen can be seen sitting in the corner, working on her laptop. “Bounce back,” reads the caption.

In December, the fifth member of the group, Camila Cabello, decided to no longer continue singing alongside the four other ladies in the group and has embarked on a solo career. The songstress recently performed “Bad Things” with Machine Gun Kelly in the BBC Radio Live Lounge.

Cabello even addressed the split. “It’s all love. It’s all music,” she said while speaking about moving on from the group.

Meanwhile, Fifth Harmony has plans of their own. While thanking those close to them at the People’s Choice Awards, the group promised fans that there are big things to come.

“We want to thank our families, our team, our team, our team, our team! They are some amazing people. Thank you anyone who’s supported us, we love you. Thank you!” the singer said. “So much to come, stay tuned!”

By the looks of things, it seems like 2017 will be a big year for both performing acts.