We had a quick chat with the singer to find out what really happened with Belle Amie and why Karma has been a long time coming...
Belle Amie were an English pop girl group based in London, consisting of members Esther Campbell, Jessica Batist, Clarissa White, and Sophia Wardman.
They were formed during the seventh series of The X Factor in 2010.
I think it was a shock for the girls when I decided to leave.
I loved being in the group, it was an amazing experience and we learned a lot from each other.
After splitting from One Direction's Zayn Malik and then parting ways with her X Factor girl group Belle Amie, it hasn't been an easy ride for Geneva Lane.
But with her very own single on the way and a legion of online fans backing her, Geneva is taking her X Factor journey in her stride and is determined to prove why she's better on her own.The group was formed after all members applied as solo candidates for the seventh series of The X Factor in 2010, but failed to qualify for the "Girls" category.The judges, after a suggestion by Cowell, put them together in a band, qualifying for the Groups category. As a result of the public vote, they were put in bottom three and had to sing in the final showdown on 17 October, after Storm Lee polled the least amount of votes and was eliminated.In the first week of live shows, they sang "Airplanes" by B.o. They sang "Big Girls Don't Cry" and were saved by judges Louis Walsh, Dannii Minogue and Cheryl Cole voted to save them and eliminate Diva Fever instead, without having their mentor Simon Cowell to vote.In the third week, they sang "I'll Stand by You", in which they progressed to the fourth week, where they performed "Venus".Before I went on the show I was heavily involved in performing with a live band and gigging, but I put all of that on hold to be in the band.