“The X Factor” continues to maintain the excitement among the viewers and the credit goes to the participants who are coming up with their power-pack performances. Well, when it’s all about power and electrifying performance then certainly the first name comes in mind is 4th Impact. Phenomenal, stimulating and extraordinary: again the Filipino band of sisters has left us floored with their wonderful performance in the Love and heartbreak week in “The X Factor”. Read on the scoop to know more and watch their performance.
“The X Factor” team has finally confirmed this week’s song choices after we revealed this morning that the next show would have a love and heartbreak theme.
According to Digital Spy, the competition is moving towards its final episode next month and we have only a few acts remaining. But, unquestionably the week of love and heartbreak theme witnessed some spectacular performance. Notably the competition is getting tighter every passing week and the performers have already endured three double eliminations over the course of the series so far. But 4th Impact was confidant, concrete and professional even this week. Go you girls!
“The X Factor” gang 4th Impact invited some serious temerity to the show with an energetic performance of Christina Aguilera’s “Ain’t No Other Man.” Their song seemed to be more impressive when their mentor Cheryl Fernandez-Versini revealed that they’d only been given the track the previous day.
But while Simon Cowell described the performance as “brilliant, professional, sassy,” he also said that he doesn’t think Cheryl has given them a song to show their individual personalities yet. “I haven’t been given the theme,” Cheryl replied – something Simon called a “poor excuse.” Elsewhere, Nick commented from the judges table that despite being sweet like candy floss they delivered a meaty performance this week. Rita Ora praised the sisters for being tight, professional and rehearsed while Cheryl paid tribute to the girls’ professionalism.
Watch them performing the song:
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