Fifth Harmony performs at the B93.7 studios. (July 23 2013/FOX Carolina)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -
A group that got their start on the X-Factor was in the Upstate Tuesday night.
Fans waited in line all day to see Fifth Harmony, the solo singers that Simon Cowell threw together into one powerful voice machine.
Fifth Harmony rolled through the B93.7 studios to sign autographs and sing a few of their most popular songs - acoustic.
But for fans, it wasn't just a quick performance. Many of them waited more than eight hours in the heat to get to hear the performers live.
Julia Brown was first in line, arriving to the radio station at 11 a.m. She brought a friend, but made a slew of new friends as they waited together.
Rylie Waters has done this before and shared tips to the group.
"Bring an umbrella, always. Bring lots of water to hydrate, lots of food. Make sure your phone is charged," Waters said.
By late afternoon, B93.7 staff handed out VIP stickers. It was first come, first served, and the early birds were told they could meet the musicians. By the time Fifth Harmony arrived and staff filled the studio, everyone who waited in line was able to watch the private acoustic performance.
"They're my inspiration … I just look up to them because they teach me that it's OK to be weird, and just be yourself," said Brown.
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