Fifth Harmony Performs ‘Anything Could Happen’ On The X Factor (Video)

Fifth Harmony Performs 'Anything Could Happen' On The X Factor (Video)

On tonight’s performance episode of the semi-finals of “The X Factor”, girl group Fifth Harmony is taking on their first song of the evening. Mentored by Simon Cowell, the group is taking on a performance of “Anything Could Happen” by Ellie Goulding. In case you’re missing all of the happenings on the show, we are providing our fully detailed live recap here.

Left in the competition in addition to Fifth Harmony are Carly Rose Sonenclar, Tate Stevens and Emblem3. Who are you rooting for to win the show?

Our commentary:

This is a really good performance, vocally, but so far they haven’t taken command of the stage. It may start getting lively, but right now they are sitting at a table. In the middle of the song, the vocals were a bit off and each of the singers are standing up from the table and singing their parts. It is kind of boring, in our humble opinions. We kind of expected more from this performance, but thankfully for them, they have another performance later on.

Judges’ commentary:

L.A. Reid said that it was the very best performance they’ve done, vocally. It was a very inventive vocal and he was proud. Britney Spears said she loved everything about it, it was magic and they are inspiring girl power. Demi Lovato said it was so cute and they worked the stage and it felt really great. Simon Cowell said they come into the competition as underdogs so to get into the finals it’s going to take a miracle. After that performance, just like the lyrics, anything could happen.

Was this your favorite performance of the evening, or did you like the first one better? Are you rooting for Fifth Harmony to go all the way and win the top prize? Sound off with your thoughts on their performance tonight. Does she have “The X Factor”?

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