Rock the Red Kettle Recap: Austin Mahone, Kelly Rowland and Emblem3 Rocked It!!

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Austin Mahone, Emblem3, Coco Jones and Bean rocked the stage at the fourth annual Rock the Red Kettle holiday concert this weekend in support of The Salvation Army. Superstar X Factor judge Kelly Rowland even made a special appearance!

Austin Mahone, Emblem3, Coco Jones and Bean rocked the stage at the fourth annual Rock the Red Kettle holiday concert this weekend in support of The Salvation Army. Superstar X Factor judge Kelly Rowland even made a special appearance! Miss the big show? No worries! Catch the replay of the full concert here.

A massive crowd gathered at Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles to watch some of music's biggest rising stars take the stage at the annual holiday show. Girls with handmade signs proclaiming their love for Austin and E3 waited outside in the cold, rainy weather for hours just to get a front row view of their favorite performers.

Bean took the stage first, impressing the audience with original songs such as "Roller Coaster" and "Cops and Robbers." Next, Radio Disney star Coco wowed the crowd with a high-energy, heavily choreographed performance. That girl has some serious dance moves! Emblem3 followed Coco, serenading the crowd with laid back, chill tunes such as "Chloe (You're The One I Want)" and their new single, "3000 Miles." Finally, Austin took the stage! The singer kicked off his set with a dynamic performance of "Say You're Just a Friend," complete with a pack of backup dancers. He broke out his guitar and slowed things down with two acoustic songs, including a cover of Jesse McCartney's "Beautiful Soul." Austin closed the show with his radio hit "What About Love."

Check out more backstage and behind-the-scenes pics and videos from the concert here.

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