‘X Factor’ UK 2015: 4th Impact Might Not Get Signed If British Fanbase Will Not Increase

By Martin Suan | 10 months ago
‘X Factor’ UK 2015: 4th Impact Might Not Get Signed If British Fanbase Will Not Increase

Choosing the wrong song and lack of British support were allegedly the causes of 4th Impact’s eventual elimination in “The X Factor” UK 2015.

The all Filipino group’s farewell to the singing competition was one of the most heartbreaking scenes that the Dreamers fandom ever saw.


Many of the supporters had the hard time accepting it and were even saying that the show was fixed. However, an analysis by Telly Mix said the song given to the girls “could well to be blame” and not the show being fixed.

Additionally, the report said the song choice caused the girls’ failure “to pick up any new support during the live shows and add to their original fanbase.”

And the fanbase 4th Impact need to increase as of this moment should be from the United Kingdom.

It was also believed to be an advantage for the girls when Cheryl Fernandez-Versini allowed them to sing a ballad; thereby, showing their other side.

It was thought if the sisters had the chance to show off different song genres throughout “The X Factor” UK 2015, it would have been beneficial to them and would have also helped increase their fanbase.

However, it was all too late by then.

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4th Impact’s status was faring well in the first week and they have even almost reached the top spot. But after the second week, their place started to fall down to the Top 5 and has remained there until their elimination.

Recent “The X Factor” UK 2015 voting figures at Telly Mix revealed that the girls had 11.2% on the first week, followed by nine percent on the second week, 13.2% for the third week, and 13.8% on the fourth week.


In the fifth week, they fought for their place at a sing-off round with Lauren Murray. They took on “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” by “Dreamgirls” while Murray had Mariah Carey’s “Vision of Love.”

However, British votes for 4th Impact on that episode were only 16.2% whereas Lauren Murray had 18.4%.

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