Watch party for local X-Factor contestants
SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE (WSVN) -- Two teens from South Florida are making a name for themselves on the "X-Factor" stage.
Lauren Jauregui and Camilla Cabello are part of Fifth Harmony, and the group is proving to be a real hit with the viewers of the "X-Factor." "She has completely blown us away, she's never had a single singing lesson in her life and never sang in front of a crowd," said Lauren's father, Michael Jauregui.
The teens' families gathered at a South Florida home Wednesday night to watch them on TV. "This is where it's starting to get really interesting," said Jauregui. "Before I knew exactly what was going to happen, so it wasn't as crazy, but to finally see on her TV was surreal."
Camilla Cabello almost did not make the team. "When L.A. Reed saw her crying and Simon saw her crying and said give this girl an audition," said Jauregui, "and here she is."
Camilla's younger sister is in awe of her sister's talent. "I look at her, and I'm impressed," said Sofia Cabello.
The Jauregui and Cabello families believe there is no competition when it comes to Fifth Harmony. "It was up there, it was phenomenal, I mean the high notes they hit. I'm going to hear it back another 1200 times, and I'll tell you how it comes out," said Jauregui.
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