For the past consecutive weeks, all-Filipino girl group 4th Impact has remained a crowd favourite on “X Factor” UK. But after their performance on the fourth week live shows, “X Factor” judge Simon Cowell gave them an advice. Was Simon unimpressed by the girls’ performance?

Last weekend, 4th Impact was back on stage as they performed “Ain’t No Other Man” by Christina Aguilera. They belted out their powerful voices and gave smooth dance moves.

Everybody loved the girls’ performance. “X Factor” judge Simon Cowell praised 4th Impact for another brilliant and professional performance. However, Simon “wanted more” from them, Telly Mix wrote.

He mentioned that there was one thing that the girls should work on. The “X Factor” judge said that the girls must bring out their individual personalities.

“It is so tight as the four of you. I kinda want to get to know you as individuals,” Simon told the girls. He pointed out that the girls have not yet been given the perfect song for them to stand out from each other.

Mentor Cheryl Fernandez-Versini then responded to Simon. She revealed that she was not informed of the week’s theme which was “Heartbreak.” Simon told her that it was a “poor excuse.”

“I really like you, but to go to the next level, we have to know who you are,” Simon added in his comments.

Judge Nick Grimshaw even called their performance “meaty” and “nasty” while judge Rita Ora admitted that she knew how hard it is to sing and dance at the same time.

Cheryl revealed that the song was given to them a day before the performance, as mentioned on Digital Spy. She mentioned that the girls were able to perform well because they’re all professionals.

“I have so much respect for you girls every week for getting up there – you’re not in your country, not speaking your language, not having home comforts,” Cheryl told the girls.