Kitty Brucknell has praised 4th Impact for their flawless performance in “The X Factor UK” 2015 on Saturday. Read on to know why.
Kitty Brucknell (real name Kimberley Dayle Edwards) was a semi-finalist on “The X Factor UK” 2011.
In her opinion column at Mirror.co.uk, Brucknell revealed her experiences as a contestant in the show, saying that they usually average about ¾ hours of sleep every night (sleeping at 2 or 3 AM and waking up at 6 AM for rehearsals).
Brucknell said it’s not a surprise if 4th Impact and the rest of the contestants are overworked. But taking note on the girls’ performance on Saturday, she could not help but express how impressed she was at them, saying it was “just flawless” despite one of them being on the verge of collapsing.
“So it doesn’t really surprise me [how overworked the contestants are], but what did shock me was how good they were despite everything,” the 31-year-old “The X Factor UK” 2011 contestant said.
Kitty Brucknell went on to encourage 4th Impact’s fans to “vote vote vote!” if they don’t want them eliminated. She reminded fans that no one is safe in the show, especially with the double elimination.
On Saturday, “The X Factor UK” 2015 judges got worried after seeing Celina almost passing out after their take on “Work It Out” by Beyonce.
The show’s producers immediately gave Celina a chair onto stage.
Mirror.co.uk cited an alleged “X Factor” spokesperson who said Celina passed out earlier before their performance. An ambulance was called to have her checked by the medic.
After the check up, Celina was deemed to be alright to perform.
According to Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, 32, the girls were offered to use their rehearsal tapes instead. However, the quartet reportedly refused for the sake of their British fans who have been supporting them since their audition.
“I’m so proud of all of you for getting up in those circumstances,” Cheryl Fernandez-Versini said.
Simon Cowell, 56, was also impressed at 4th Impact and he said, “Under the circumstances that was the most incredible performance we have ever seen.”
Thanks to the British people, 4th Impact advanced for the fourth Live Shows.
On Sunday, Celina said she felt better and thanked God for the strength to perform as well as the fans for praying for her.
1st of all I want to thank God for giving me the strength to perform last night. Thank you all for praying for me! Feeling better now – Cel😘
— 4TH IMPACT (@4thImpactMusic) November 15, 2015
Photo source: Facebook|“The X Factor”
Video source: YouTube user Anthony Ying|“The X Factor”