Simon Cowell has said he wanted to know 4th Impact as individuals after the group’s performance in “The X Factor UK” 2015.
On Saturday, the girls took on Christina Aguilera’s “Aint No Other Man” as their number for the show’s “Love and Heartbreak” theme week.
While the girls wowed the audience with their performance, Cowell, however, was unsatisfied and wanted to see more of them “as individuals.”
“Uh. Girls, brilliant, professional, sassy. Here’s my only thing, which I would be doing with you now if I was your mentor, is that you have to bring out your individual personalities much more now. At the moment, it’s so tight the four of you. I kinda want to get to know you as individuals,” Cowell said via TellyMix report.
Cowell also told the girls’ mentor Cheryl Fernandez-Versini to give them a song that would make them shine more personally.
Simon Cowell added 4th Impact has to show them who they are to advance to the next level in “The X Factor UK” 2015.
“I really like you, but I think to go to the next level, you’ve got be known as ABCD. We’ve got to know who you are,” Cowell said.
While Cowell was unsatisfied, the other three judges, however, were impressed at 4th Impact’s performance in “The X Factor UK” 2015.
According to Nick Grimshaw, “Uhm. Girls, wow. That was proper entertainment from beginning to end.”
“I thought it was tight, it was professional, it was rehearsed. I mean, Cheryl and I know how hard it is to sing and dance the same time,” Rita Ora said.
It turned out emotional when Cheryl Fernandez-Versini noted on the sacrifice the girls gave just to pursue their dreams – choosing to give their best while being away from their family.
“That wasn’t rehearsed and they only got it yesterday,” Cheryl Ferndez-Versini said. “I have so much respect for you getting up there every week.”
On Sunday, fourth Live Show’s result revealed 4th Impact advancing for the fifth Live Show – a jukebox week in “The X Factor UK” 2015.
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