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Fifth Harmony Bring Their Girl Power to Yahoo! Music

Fifth Harmony
Kristen (Jower-Ho) Shaffer
July 22, 2013 6:45 PM ET

Even though Fifth Harmony were considered underdogs on "The X Factor" Season 2 and weren't even expected to make it to the finale, they've since become the series' breakout starlets. After signing to Simon Cowell's Syco label; having their debut single, "Miss Movin' On," chart in multiple countries around the globe; and performing on "The Today Show," the girls formerly known as LYLAS/1432 are truly making a name for themselves.

The 5H girls — Dinah-Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Hamilton, Camila Cabello, and Ally Brooke — recently stopped by Yahoo! Music to perform acoustic versions of "Miss Movin' On" and the even more girl-powered "Me & My Girls," and they were as adorable as ever, of course. Check out the ladies' performances and a cute interview here!

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