‘X Factor’ UK 2015: 4th Impact Worked Like Jakson 5, Said Simon Cowell’s Ex Sinitta
Simon Cowell’s ex Sinitta has said that 4th Impact put too much pressure on themselves during their stay in “The X Factor” UK 2015.
Known for their insane performances throughout the show, the Filipino group seemed to have no plans of stopping, eating, relaxing, and resting.
Well, at least, that was what Sinitta observed. And according to her, it was like “old school.”
“It’s like old school, like the Jacksons etc. It’s like ‘God, take a break,’” she said in a report by Mirror Online.
Sinitta was expecting the sisters to win in the singing competition. However, Sunday’s result revealed that they did not make through for the grand finale.
Speaking about what would happen to 4th Impact after “The X Factor” UK 2015, she said the four-piece is going to be massive – that is if Simon Cowell signs them.
So, fingers crossed.
No doubt the girls do have the potential to become the next female version of One Direction, which was believed by other entertainment news websites.
During their stay in the show, the group has never failed to give the audience insane performances week after week. But everything took a toll when one of the sisters, Celina, nearly collapsed after performing Beyonce’s “Work It Out.”
It was revealed that 4th Impact member Celina collapsed before their rendition. An ambulance rushed her to a medic, who said she was alright to perform.
According to Max Stone, a former contestant of “The X Factor” UK 2015, it was due to stress, dehydration, and not eating properly, which resulted to low blood sugar, that caused Celina’s collapse.
“There’s a lot of stress in the competition and that was an eye-opener not just for Celina, but for the rest of us,” Stone said.
However, no one thought that on Sunday, Celina would collapse again shortly after their elimination in “The X Factor” UK 2015, Daily Mail reported.
Wrapped with a white blanket, an ambulance rushed her to the hospital. The group then tweeted, “Celina is ok now thanks for your prayers and love.”
For those who want to see 4th Impact, catch them on the “X Factor” tour next year.
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