‘X Factor UK’ 2015: 4th Impact Worked Really Hard For ‘Work It Out’, Says Vocal Coach
4th Impact’s vocal coach has gushed on the girls’ work attitude in preparation for their peformance in the third Live Shows of “The X Factor UK” 2015.
Last week, 4th Impact was tasked to perform “Work It Out” by Beyonce, a soundtrack of the “Austin Powers in Goldmember.”
While great vocal talent could help any contestant advance in a singing competition, work attitude is still a game changer.
Voice coach Annabelle was impressed at the girls’ work attitude despite having great singing and dancing skills. According to her, the group was “hard working and sweet.”
“They’re always practicing, working really hard, they take on everything we say,” Annabelle said via Telly Mix.
The girls have been giving their best to advance in the show and they have never failed to impress the judges as well as the viewers so far.
But another factor that contributed to the success of 4th Impact’s insane performances was the show’s team.
Aaron, head hairstylist for “The X Factor UK” 2015, gave a “glamour” touch for the girls while fashion head Gemma added a sassy look for the quartet to reveal them as individuals as they take on “Work It Out.”
The concept for the fourth Live Shows was movies week and many were expecting 4th Impact to take on “Queen of the Night” from “The Bodyguard” or “Let It Go” from “Frozen.”
However, fans reportedly fumed after knowing that they were to sing “Work It Out.” Telly Mix cited negative reactions from viewers who said it was a poor choice and that it should be changed.
“Very wrong choice! Change this if you still can please! @4thImpactMusic,” a follower said.
There were some who reportedly claimed that Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and the show were sabotaging the girls.
“NO WAY! CLEAR SABOTAGE THEY DON’T WANT THEM TO HAVE THEIR MOMENT TO SHINE,” a Twitter user said.
However, it turned out to be the opposite as 4th Impact advances for the fourth Live Shows.
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