Fifth Harmony pulled out of a performance at the 2017 NHL All-Star Game in Los Angeles on Sunday (29Jan17), due to illness.
The girl group was billed to make only its second appearance as a quartet, since the departure of Camila Cabello, at the sporting event, but the singers were a no-show.
Just two hours before the billed performance, the group released a tweet about the event, writing: "Happy #NHLAllStar day!!!"
There was no further update.
Actress Courtney Daniels replaced Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane, and Lauren Jauregui to sing The Star-Spangled Banner before the hockey game at the Staples Center.
Cabello stirred up drama when she suddenly quit the group in December (16), but her bandmates chose to continue as a four-piece, and they made their debut as a quartet at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles on 18 January (17), when they sang their 2016 hit Work From Home.
The four-piece also picked up the Favorite Group trophy at the prizegiving. They won the same award in 2016.