Pinoy group 4th Impact enters Top 5 on 'X Factor UK'
Chuck Smith (Philstar.com) - November 22, 2015 - 8:06pm

MANILA, Philippines - Their "X Factor UK" journey continues.

All-Filipino girl group 4th Impact survived yet another elimination on British reality talent show "X Factor UK" on Sunday (Monday morning, Philippine time).

This puts 4th Impact, composed of sisters Mylene, Celina, Irene and Almira Cercado, in the show's top five after Over 25s artist Anton Stephan was eliminated from the competition.

Che Chesterman of the Boys category (mentored by Nick Grimshaw), Louisa Johnson and Lauren Murray of the Girls category (mentored by Rita Ora) and Reggie 'n Bollie of the Groups category (mentored by Cheryl Fernandez-Versini) also remain in the competition.

With Anton Stephan's elimination, Over 25s mentor Simon Cowell has no more acts in the competition.

On Saturday (Sunday morning, Philippine time), 4th Impact performed Christina Aguilera's "Ain't No Other Man" for the show's Heartbreak week.

The group received raves from the judges, although Cowell criticized the girls for not showing their individual personalities during their performance.

"I think because they are so professional and they are so tight always, it is really easy to overlook the fact they’ve come from halfway around the world... they're miss their families, and I have so much respect for you getting up there every week,” Fernandez-Versini said of 4th Impact's performance.

"X Factor UK" will run for three more weeks, with its finals set to air on December 12 and 13 in the United Kingdom.

READ: Pinoy group 4th Impact enters Top 6 of 'X Factor UK'

ANTON STEPHAN BOLLIE OF THE GROUPS CHE CHESTERMAN OF THE BOYS CHERYL FERNANDEZ-VERSINI CHRISTINA AGUILERA IRENE AND ALMIRA CERCADO LOUISA JOHNSON AND LAUREN MURRAY OF THE GIRLS NICK GRIMSHAW NO OTHER MAN QUOT X FACTOR
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