Former “X Factor UK” contender 4th Impact continues to wow fans with their powerful vocals. Apart from various performances, the four-sister band also recently shared their gift of singing to the patients at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

The all-Filipino band comprised of sisters Mylene Cercado, Irene, Celina and Almira visited the sick patients on Ward 1 of the Birmingham Children’s Hospital on Tuesday, according to the Birmingham Mail. 4th Impact spent almost an hour taking selfies and talking to the patients at Ward 1 where children are receiving treatment for kidney diseases. The group also entertained the sick children, parents and hospital staff during their visit as they sang Christmas tunes such as “All I Want for Christmas” as well as the hit song from Disney’s “Frozen,” “Let it Go.”

A spokesperson for the hospital told Birmingham Mail that they appreciated 4th Impact’s visit, which cheered up the children and their family members.

“We would like to thank 4th Impact for requesting to come and visit children at the hospital today. It was truly magical for all the kids, their families and their carers. We always like to try and make Christmas special for the children who will be at the hospital over Christmas, and to have 4th impact here really helped to lift everyone’s spirits. It was a fantastic day,” the spokesperson said.

The former “X Factor UK” group also spent time with the patients, one of which was baby Nathan, whom they entertained with balloons, Hello! magazine reports. The band also serenaded a birthday girl and visited a patient named Jack who held up four fingers to show his support for 4th impact.

The four-member band also took to Twitter on Tuesday to share their Christmas visit to fans. The group also included a short clip of their performance during the hospital visit.

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