Fifth Harmony Performs on “Dancing with the Stars” During Normani Kordei’s Performance

Ally Brooke Hernandez and Lauren Jauregui have entered the ballroom…

On Monday night’s Dancing with the Stars (April 10), the Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony member Dinah Jane showed support for fellow member Normani Kordei, who is competing in this installment of the celebrity ballroom dancing competition.

Fifth Harmony on DWTS

During Kordei’s dance routine, Hernandez, Jauregui and Jane offered a beautiful performance.

This week’s segment was based on the contestants’ “Most Memorable Year,” for which the singer picked 2012, the year she joined Fifth Harmony on X Factor. She dedicated the performance to her family and her “girls” when talking about the hardships and success she faced during that part of her life.

All four ladies took the stage following Kordei’s introduction, singing a beautiful, stripped-down rendition of Shontelle‘s “Impossible” while she and partner Val Chmerkovskiy danced the rumba. After the captivating routine, all four harmonizers got emotional while they went in for a hug.

“It was such a special moment,” she shared with co-host Erin Andrews. “I wouldn’t be in the position that I’m in without these beautiful girls and I recognize that. They make up [for] all of my weaknesses, and I thank them for that.”

The touching moment did not go unnoticed by Chmerkovskiy, who witnessed the band’s deep love and connection for one another. “I’ve been on tour with them for three weeks now,” shared Chmerkovskiy. “It’s a beautiful thing to see them collectively celebrate each other’s individuality.”

For the “harmonious” dance routine, Kordei and Chmerkovskiy scored a total 32 out of 40 for their performance.

Cabello & Hernandez’s Fifth Harmony Reaches “The X Factor” Finals

It looks like Camila Cabello and Ally Brooke Hernandez’s cooing of “anything could happen” has proven to be true on The X Factor

During the Fox reality singing competition’s results show, it was announced that Cabello and Hernandez’s all-girl group Fifth Harmony has advanced to next week’s finals, along with Tate Stevens and Carly Rose Sonenclar.

Fifth Harmony

The all-girl group – created and mentored by Simon Cowellhad to perform for the save in their quest to advance to the semi-finals last week, landing in last place when all was said and done.

But the ladies didn’t let their underdog status affect them this week, giving two strong performances on Wednesday night… Cabello, Hernandez and the ladies fittingly sang Ellie Goulding’s “Anything Could Happen” in the first round, and then tackled Shontelle’s “Impossible” in the second.

“It’s going to be difficult for my girls because the other three are so strong,” Cowell responded when ask by host Mario Lopez on who had the best shot to advance to the finals. “I do believe in miracles.”

And that’s exactly what happened: Fifth Harmony, the group that overcame harsh critiques from departing X Factor judge L.A. Reid, discovered they had knocked out the popular boy band Emblem3 for a spot in the finals.

“I’m very shocked,” said Reid as he learned the news. “Anything can happen.”

So the ladies of Fifth Harmony live to sing another week… And, they’ll have to work extra hard to beat the season-long favorites Stevens and Sonenclar, who’ve battled it out for the No. 1 spot week after week.

But as the lyrics to the song they performed this week go, “anything could happen!”

Hernandez & Cabello’s Fifth Harmony Fights Hard for a Place in “The X Factor” Finals

They’re so close to reaching the finals on The X Factor… And Ally Brooke Hernandez, Camila Cabello and the rest of the members of their group Fifth Harmony aren’t letting their underdog status keep them from their dream…

During Wednesday night’s semifinals on Fox’s reality singing competition, Simon Cowell’s all-girl group – who won a sing-off with Diamond White to survive elimination last week – gave two great performances, including executing the show’s first bilingual song, to show America that the ladies deserve a spot in next week’s finals.

Fifth Harmony

In the first round, the contestants’ choice, Hernandez, Cabello and the ladies performed Ellie Goulding’s “Anything Could Happen,” a song that gave them a great opportunity to do the one thing that judge L.A. Reid seems to criticism them about constantly…  harmonize.

But that’s not all, Fifth Harmony even brought some serious staging and a whole lot of flair to the performance, which featured the ladies in pretty prom dresses. Sitting at a long table, Cabello even donned an oversized bow on her head (a tilt of the hat to her signature headwear), while over-the-top waiters and… a wedding cake… shared the stage with them.

“I loved everything about it,” said judge Britney Spears. “It was like magic when you guys got up there.”

Demi Lovato agreed, saying “you pulled out the little sparkle that I think you guys need sometimes.” And even Reid seemed impressed with the group’s vocals.

“That performance was the very best vocal performance you’ve ever done,” he said. “I thought that was a really inventive vocal and I’m really proud of you.”

Cowell acknowledged the girls’ fourth place finish last week, saying, “to get into the final is going to take a miracle because of who you’re up against. But after that performance, like the lyric said, anything could happen.”

In the second round, the mentor’s choice, Fifth Harmony returned to their roots, so to speak, performing Shontelle’s “Impossible,” their audition song during the judges’ homes round. But the ladies put a new spin on the tune, singing a few of the verses in Spanish.

The strategy was an attempt to show a new side and, hopefully, garner votes from the show’s Latino viewers, while reminding the audience of the first moment that Cowell fell in love with the group.

“The hard thing about being the underdog is that you have not a lot of people supporting you on the judges panel, but I think that it’s gonna come down to your fanbase and how much they support you… I hope they pull through for you, but I’m a little worried,” said Lovato.

Cowell didn’t hide his worry, but did plead with America to vote the ladies through.

“You’ve been one of the strongest acts tonight. If you are gonna judge based on tonight, I really hope and I pray that America gets behind you and puts you into the final because I really think you do deserve a place there.”

Hernandez & Cabello’s LYLAS Group Advances on “The X Factor”

There’s no denying Ally Brooke Hernandez and Camila Cabello could form part of the next Spice Girls or Pussycat Dolls, especially after advancing to the live shows on The X Factor.

Despite failing to make it to the Judges’ Houses round as individual artists on Fox’s reality singing competition, the 19-year-old San Antonio, Texas native and 15-year-old Miami native advanced to the next round after being partnered with Normani Hamilton, DinahJane Hansen and Lauren Jauregui by Simon Cowell.

LYLAS on X Factor

During their audition for Cowell – this year’s group’s mentor – and his guest judge Marc Anthony, the manufactured all-girl group, called LYLAS, managed to steal the spotlight from the other acts with their rendition of Shontelle’s heart-wrenching ballad “Impossible.”

“We have worked so well together in these past few days,” said Brooke before the ladies met with Cowell to find out their fate. “And we have bonded as not only performers and artists, but as friends.”

During Tuesday night’s episode, Cowell left two of his manufactured groups for last with only one spot left: the LYLAS and the boy band Playback.

“I was very, very impressed with your vocals,” said Cowell to the girls. “But you do understand that when I put someone into the live shows, I have to have total, utter confidence that they can deliver under an awful lot of pressure.”

But in the end, Cowell picked the LYLAS to advance to the live shows, telling the girls, “I I was seriously blown away, as was Marc.”

After dropping to the ground and embracing each other, the ladies rushed to Cowell to give him a hug.