X Factor’s 4th Impact make a big announcement

X Factor girl group 4th Impact have made a big announcement to fans.


The sisters from the Philippines wowed the judges in 2015’s series with their rendition of Bang Bang, storming through to the live shows.

They’ve since been performing to audiences around the world and this week took to Instagram to reveal some big news.

“We thank you for all your support and all your prayers, we know it’s been a long wait,” the girls began.

They then announced they had signed a deal with an American music company and revealed: “We’re currently working on our own music.

4th Impact
4th Impact

“Our own EP which you guys will be hearing so soon so thank you so much for all your support and prayers, without you guys we wouldn’t be here. Thank you so much”

Fans of the four piece were quick to congratulate the group on the news with one saying: “Wow, can’t wait to hear your own music..and maybe concert soon!”


4th Impact originally left The X Factor judges stunned during auditions on the show back in 2015.

Or rather 4th Power as they were known then.

The family from the Philippines flew half way around the world to sing in the competition, mainly lured by the prospect of seeing Simon Cowell.

Oh, and our Queen.

Made up of Mylene, Celina, Irene and Almira, 4th Impact are sisters who may have looked like the picture of sophisticated grace but stunned with a powerful performance of Bang Bang by Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj.

There were dance moves, hair flicks and even rapping as 4th Impact rocked the stage to leave the X Factor judges overwhelmed with an audition that’s since been watched 96 MILLION times.

It’s become one of The X Factor’s most watched moments ever – but not quite the top one just yet.


Right now that title goes to Ablisa who went viral with their 2010 audition after the pair of friends ended up FIGHTING on stage following a flop performance of Shayne Ward’s That’s My Goal.

They went on to insult guest judge Natalie Imbruglia before storming off stage in a clip that’s been viewed more than 100 million times.

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