4th Impact’s Audition Tape For The X Factor Hits 100 Million Views

It’s been slowly climbing ever since it was released on The X Factor YouTube Channel; and, today, 4th Impact has finally hit 100 million YouTube Views for their audition on The X Factor, where they sang the Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj hit “Bang Bang”.

They auditioned under the name 4th Power, but the name was later changed when the girl group reached the live shows. Nick Grimshaw called it and said: “This is gonna blow up all around the world”, while Rita Ora added: “This audition has just changed your lives” with Simon Cowell agreeing.

It is officially the most watched audition of The X Factor UK from a contestant who has reached the live shows. The YouTube video continues to gain more and more views as the days, weeks, and months go by. Can 4th Impact’s audition become the most-watched video on The X Factor’s YouTube Channel? To do so, they need to be viewed more than Ablisa’s audition, which is currently at 110 million views.

Watch 4th Impact Audition For The X Factor Series 12 Here:

 

They continued throughout the competition, giving us brilliant performances. Their Six Chair Challenge video is also racking up the views; currently at 43 million YouTube views – they sang “Show Me How You Burlesque” originally by Christina Aguilera. They finished fifth in the 12th series of the UK talent show, where Louisa Johnson won and Reggie ‘n’ Bollie came second.

The Filipino girl group consists of sisters, Amira Cercado, Irene Cercado, Mylene Cercado, and Celina Cercado. They previously participated in South Korean talent show Superstar K6 in 2014, where they came eighth. They have performed under various different names including The Cercado Sisters, MICA, The Gollayan Sisters, and The Cercados; as well as 4th Power.

Since The X Factor, the four-piece girl group has been releasing incredible covers on YouTube, signed to Star Music, and released debut single “Unleash The Diva“. Most recently, they signed to US management, and this week saw them release pop ballad “It’s Not The Same Anymore” which is the movie theme to “Ang Dalawang Mrs. Reyes”. The future is certainly bright for 4th Impact, and we believe 2018 is going to be good to these sisters.

Do you remember 4th Impact auditioning for The X Factor? What was your reaction? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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