The X Factor UK – 4TH Impact Eliminated Through Public Vote
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The all-Filipino girl group 4TH Impact ended their journey on The X Factor UK this week despite outstanding performances of Jackson 5’s “I’ll Be There” and a great mash-up of Gwen Stefani & Eve’s “Rich Girl” and Iggy Azalea & Charli XCX’s “Fancy.”
Almira hit the whistle note during the group’s first performance that absolutely wowed the judges. Simon singled her out saying that it was the best she’s sounded so far. Nick Grimshaw agreed saying, “Girls, you entertain us week after week. But it was great to see a different side of you and get you to do an emotional song. That high note, I mean, there will be dolphins arriving at Wembley. It was great to hear you all individually.”
Rita Ora commented “What I loved the most about that performance is the relationship you have with the record, it is like Jackson 5. Only people who have a connection with each other can sing a record like that and do it justice.
After the girls’ performance of the “Rich Girl” and “Fancy” mash-up both Simon and Cheryl were on their feet. Simon said that he was glad to finally see personalities of the girls on stage. He said the performance was fun, cute and current. Rita said that although she was not a fan of the styling, she couldn’t deny the girls’ vocal prowess.
Nick said that it was super entertaining and that he couldn’t wait to see the girls on tour.
At the results show, it was revealed that 4TH Impact and Lauren Murray received the lowest number of votes. After the sing-off, the judges were deadlocked. Rita and Cheryl stuck to their teams, Lauren and 4TH Impact, respectively. Nick chose to keep Lauren and Simon chose to send her home. With the deadlock, results reverted to the public vote then it was revealed that 4TH Impact was going home.
4TH Impact will be part of The X Factor 2016 Live Tour. Kicking off on 12th February 2016 in Aberdeen, The X Factor 2016 Live Tour is a UK-wide arena tour which will travel to Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Brighton, Bournemouth, Leeds, Birmingham, Cardiff, London, Nottingham, Liverpool, Newcastle, Sheffield and Manchester with contestants performing classic songs and viewers’ favourites from the TV series. Attended by over three million people, The X Factor Live Tour has been one of the most successful annual arena tours in the UK for the past eleven years.
With the elimination this week, left in the competition are Reggie ‘n’ Bollie, Ché Chesterman, Louisa Johnson, and Lauren Murray.
The X Factor UK airs first and exclusive on RTL CBS Entertainment HD as live via satellite on Sundays and Mondays at 10:30am with a primetime encore at 9:00pm. The weekly episodes repeat on Thursdays at 9:00pm and on Saturdays at 10:00am and 4:40pm.
RTL CBS Entertainment HD is available on SKYcable channels 53(SD) and 196(HD), Destiny Cable channel 53, Dream Satellite channel 17 and Cablelink channels 37(SD), 313 and 800(HD).
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