The girl group Fifth Harmony were definitely the underdogs on "X Factor USA" this year -- they were almost off-the-radar until they sprung into third place, seemingly out of nowhere. The group chose an Ellie Goulding song for their finale performance that aptly summed up their sudden rise on the show: "Anything Can Happen."
And since they've left "X Factor USA," it seems like everything may be happening for this teen pop group, particularly since they signed with Simon Cowell's record label in January.
Fuse TV recently followed the girls (Ally Brooke, 19, Camila Cabello, 15, Normani Hamilton, 16, Dinah Hansen, 15, and Lauren Jauregui, 16) for a "Day in the Life" segment, where they prepped for the Topshop Topman Grand Opening Event in Los Angeles with Demi Lovato. Watch in the video above. The girls have also hinted that they're hitting the studio, which may mean new music for their fans ("harmonizers") sometime soon.
“It’s what all of us have wanted to do for our entire lives -– the making of the music, the touring, all of the stuff that comes along with it," Lauren told Fuse TV. "It’s incredible we’ve been given the opportunity to be able to do something like this."
Besides creating One Direction (who are apparently fans of 5H -- Louis even personally invited them to come to an upcoming show!), "X Factor" also produced one of our other favorite girl groups, Little Mix, who just released their first hit single in the states.
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