Fifth Harmony Performs ‘Impossible’ On The X Factor (Video)

Fifth Harmony Performs 'Impossible' On The X Factor (Video)

Taking the stage for their second performance on tonight’s semi-finals episode of “The X Factor” is Simon Cowell’s girl group Fifth Harmony. Their second performance is a rendition of “Impossible” by Shontelle. 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 are Fifth Harmony, Tate Stevens, Emblem3 and Carly Rose Sonenclar. So far, who are you rooting for to win the second season of the show?

Our commentary:

They really should’ve chosen a song to perform this far in the competition that we haven’t heard yet. They performed this song during the judges’ houses portion of the show. They sang part of the song in Spanish, which is no easy feat. All in all, we liked the song and the performance, but it was a bit mild.

Judges’ commentary:

L.A. Reid said the song choice was a bit lazy, because they’ve done it before. They’re at that place when the competition is stiff and he’s not so sure about that. Britney Spears called the performance stiff and said that she would be surprised if they were there next week. Demi Lovato said it comes down to their fan base and how much they vote for them, but she’s a bit worried for them. Simon Cowell said the song was the right thing to do. He loved the Spanish parts and he said they’ve been one of the strongest acts tonight. He really hopes and prays that America gets behind them because they deserve a place there and they’ve come a long way.

You can watch Fifth Harmony’s first performance here.

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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