Camila Cabello and Fifth Harmony
Camila Cabello and Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane Hansen joked about photos on Twitter. Normani Kordei, Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Cabello and Ally Brooke Hernandez are pictured attending the Y100’s Jingle Ball 2 on Dec. 18, 2016 in Sunrise, Florida. Getty Images

Although they are no longer in a group together, Camila Cabello and Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane Hansen both poked fun at their photos on Twitter.

On Friday, Hansen shared a photo celebrating the 11-year anniversary of the first “Hannah Montana” episode. The Disney series starred Miley Cyrus who was a regular teenage girl who lived a double life as a pop star but was able to hide her true identity from others with the help of a blonde wig.

Hansen shared a photo of a “Hannah Montana” promotion photo that would typically feature Cyrus in her signature wig, however, the songstress was not in the photo, instead, Hansen took the place of the pop star. “Best of both worlds #11yearsofHannahMontana,” the 19-year-old captioned the photo.

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Hansen went on to reveal that she is still a fan of the show and still listens to some of the songs sung by Cyrus’ character. When one fan revealed that “He Could Be the One” was his favorite song, Hansen revealed she was also fond of the tune. “I was legit working out to this the other day,” she told her fan.

Over on her Twitter account, Cabello was having fun joking about one of the photos she posed for in Flaunt magazine.

Cabello tweeted a black-and-white photo of herself from the magazine shoot, poking fun at her fashion choice. “When u can’t figure out how to put ur suspenders on but ppl are depending on u to be cute,” she tweeted.

In the interview, Cabello admitted that leaving Fifth Harmony wasn’t an easy decision. “I think the scariest part about it is leaving a successful project to pursue a new dream with a path full of questions of self-discovery that only you can answer,” she explained.

Although Cabello insisted that she enjoyed her time in the group, she revealed she had to go solo sooner rather than later. “But even when I feel so grateful for the opportunity to be a part of my former group, expressing myself as an artist became a necessity,” she told the publication.