Filipino girl group in ‘X Factor UK’
MYLENE, Celina, Irene and Almira Cercado, sisters from the Philippines ages 19 to 27 and collectively known as 4th Power, had the judges on their feet after an impressive rendition of Jessie J’s “Bang Bang” for their audition in “The X Factor UK.”
Judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini applauded and called 4th Power “bad girls,” while fellow judge Rita Ora called the siblings “minute monsters” and told them she wanted to be their sister. Simon Cowell called this audition one of the best he had ever seen. The all-Filipino girl group moves on to the next round.
“The X Factor UK” airs on RTL CBS Entertainment HD, Sundays and Mondays at 10:30 a.m. Replays are at 9 p.m.
“Public Morals” is a crime drama series that follows the cops of New York City’s Public Morals Division as they walk the line between morality and criminality. From writer, director and actor Edward Burns, “Public Morals” takes place in the 1960s and focuses on his character, detective Terry Muldoon.
It airs Fridays, 9:50 p.m. on Warner TV, soon after its original US broadcast.
A new talk show, “Open Mike,” airs on MyTV Cebu (SkyCable Channel 30). Hosted by Mike Acebedo Lopez, the talk show will feature popular personalities as guests.
Sen. Grace Poe is in the debut episode, airing tonight at 7. The second episode, airing on Sept. 7, features actor Dingdong Dantes.
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