“X Factor UK” group 4th Impact is the latest act to leave the reality singing competition. The four girl singing group’s fans take to Twitter to voice their disappointment over 4th Impact’s departure.

The fifth live decider show of “X Factor UK” held Sunday, Nov. 29, marked the end of 4th Impact’s journey to nab the top spot. The all Filipino girl group landed at the bottom two list, alongside Lauren Murran.

The two acts gave their all during Sunday’s singing showdown, with Murray singing “Vision Of Love” while 4th Impact chose “And I Am Telling You.” The sing-off was a close competition, Mirror states. However, the public ultimately decided the winner given the judges’ deadlock vote.

“X Factor UK” judge Rita Ora, Murray’s mentor, voted for her own act to stay in the competition. Meanwhile, Nick Grimshaw chose to send 4th Impact home. “X Factor UK” showrunner and judge Simon Cowell opted to send Murray home, alongside Cheryl Fernandez-Versini who described Murray as “fantastic” but voted to keep her group 4th Impact in the show.

"I have a lot of love and respect for everyone on the stage,” she said during Sunday’s live decider show. “Lauren that was fantastic but my heart and my soul is with my girls [4th Impact]."

With the deadlock vote, the group who received the lowest votes from the public is sent home. During Sunday’s “X Factor UK,” 4th Impact had the lowest numbers of votes and was booted out the competition.

Soon after the group was ousted from the show, fans took to social media to voice their displeasure over 4th Impact’s departure. In the official Twitter account of the reality singing competition where “X Factor UK” congratulated the final four contenders of the show, fans responded that 4th Impact should have stayed in the show.

Twitter user Maureen Heenan wrote, “4th Impact should have stayed.The public made the wrong choice.” Twitter user Vini also stated that the four girl singing group “deserves much more,” while @gnwln complained that 4th Impact’s departure was “unfair.”

Other fans also wrote supportive Twitter messages for 4th Impact and even compared them to One Direction who did not win in the competition but became big in the music industry. Twitter user @BethanyTweedy wrote, “@4thImpactMusic you guys are going far! Look at one direction... They didn't win and look where they are now! You've it this girls.”

Only four contenders are left, with 4th Impact’s departure from “X Factor UK.” The final four are Che Chesterman, Reggie ‘N’ Bollie, Louisa Johnson and Murray.

“X Factor UK” airs Saturdays and Sundays in the UscK on ITV.

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