“The X Factor UK” 2015 contestant, 4th Power, recently received massive views and positive comments to their performance at Wembley. Read on to know more.
Hailing from the Philippines, 4th Power raised the roof of THE SSE Arena, Wembly through their performance of Jessie J’s hit song “Bang Bang” at the audition in “The X Factor UK” 2015.
Since then, the YouTube video of the girl’s performance has already received a whopping 19,379,668 (and counting). And the video of their recent performance had 1,013,022 views in just a day.
— 4TH IMPACT (@4thImpactMusic) October 12, 2015
After their audition performance, the four judges of “The X Factor UK” 2015 gave 4th Power a standing ovation, with the girls crying because of the overwhelming response.
It could not be denied the judges were blown away that it made Cheryl Fernandez-Versini to say, “Girls, you just absolutely took Wembly’s roof off! You know it’s funny. You came on. You’re so demure. The music kicks in, you all turned into four all bad girls up there and it blew my mind.”
“It’s like you’re all monsters. But like minu-monsters. The passion, the voices, and the attitude and I was just like, ‘I wanna be there sister,’” Rita Ora said.
Seemingly finding the performance of 4th Power unbelievable, Nick Grimshaw asked, “Wembley, what just happened?”
Convinced that what the girls just did was phenomenal, Grimshaw said, “This is gonna blow up all around the world.”
“This audition has just changed your life,” Ora said.
Last, and definitely not the least, was the awaited feedback from the very judge whom the girls confessed to be the main reason (Queen Elizabeth was second) why they flew to the UK and joined the show, Simon Cowell, who said, “We’ve heard people say, ‘It’s the British X Factor. It should only be open to British people.’ But I’ve always said, ‘We welcome talent from all over the world.’ And you are incredibly welcome. In terms of first auditions, this is probably one of the best I’ve ever seen.”
Based on the judges’ comments, the future is bright for 4th Power as various viewers and entertainment publications reckoned the girls to be the next big thing since Little Mix and that they would make history for the show, Unreality TV reported.
So what was the verdict? According to Simon Cowell, “4th Power, you have the biggest four ‘Yeses’ we’ve ever given.”
After hearing it from “The X Factor UK” 2015 judges, the girls could not help but jump and be overwhelmed of the reception, with one of them saying, “This is impossible dream but now it’s happening.”
Indeed, dreams do happen to those who believe. Congratulations to the girls!
Fans could catch 4th Power at “The X Factor UK” 2015 on Sunday, Oct. 18, 7 PM (UK) on ITV.
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