4th Impact debuted on the “X Factor” UK season 12 with an explosive performance. Since then the girls became an instant hit and an absolute fan favourite.

For the upcoming season of “X Factor”, 4th Impact shared their best tips to help other hopefuls. Tellymix.co.uk cited the girls earlier interview with Maximum Pop. They based their advice to hopefuls on their own audition experiences.

Their first advice to hopefuls is to be yourself.

“Being yourself is really, really important,” the girls said.

Their second advice to hopefuls is to know your music.

“Knowing your music too, just show what you’ve got,” they added.

Their final advice to hopefuls is to enjoy everything and be confident.

“Enjoy everything because a lot of singers have a voice but it’s really different when you enjoy it and have confidence, you know what you want to say and what your music sounds like,” they revealed.

4th Impact took part in the “X Factor” UK 2016 Tour. They won the hearts of fans worldwide. They will perform live in Dubai this April.

“X Factor” UK hopefuls for season 13 can audition in person or to upload a video of their performance, Digital Spy reported. The website noted that those interested could click https://application.xfactor.tv/. The show will accept applications until April 30.

The website revealed more details about season 13. Digital Spy posted the list of cities where auditions would take place. It includes Belfast, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Newquay and Newcastle.

These locations are intended for the open auditions, the website noted. Televised auditions would take place later.

A separate post from Digital Spy confirmed the return of Dermot O’Leary as host. He left the show for season 12.

The show made the announcement via Twitter.

An article posted on ITV shared O’Leary thoughts about coming back to the show.

“I’m very flattered to be asked back to The X Factor, and am currently dusting off my dancing shoes,” O’Leary said about his return.

“There is nothing more exciting than hosting live TV on a Saturday night,” he added.