4th Impact's Celina pictured happy and well after collapsing on X Factor stage

by hellomagazine.com

4th Impact member Celina is officially back in the fold after collapsing on The X Factor stage on Sunday night. The singer was pictured in a family snap along with her three sisters and the girls' mum, which appears to have been taken in a restaurant. "We'll always be gracious," wrote the band alongside the picture, before adding "Thank you" and "Excited for more blessings! God bless everyone!"

Celebrations were in order as the girls marked Celina's good health and their stint on the TV talent show with glasses of champagne.

4th Impact thanked fans for their support via Twitter after a dramatic few days

Celina was treated by paramedics on Sunday evening after she became unwell moments after the girl group were eliminated from the competition.

The band used Twitter to reassure fans Celina was feeling better soon after the incident. Thanking the public for their support, they added, "Celina is ok now, thanks for all your prayers and love".

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Celina being accompanied to an ambulance on Sunday


Later they took the opportunity to thank everyone that had supported them on their emotional journey. "Just wanna say thank you for being with us through our whole journey. Can't wait what the world have in store 4 us," wrote the sisters.

Mentor Cheryl Fernandez-Versini was comforting the group following their exit on Sunday, when Celina blacked out. Shocked Cheryl shouted for help, and two producers raced on to help carry Celina backstage.

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The girl band were voted off X Factor on Sunday evening, prompting Celina to collapse


Cheryl was clearly still shaken up when she was joined by Rochelle Humes to film the Xtra Factor a short while later. Asked where the girls were, Cheryl confirmed that Celina was being treated by paramedics.

She added: "I could see her, and I was talking to her and she wasn't engaging. I pulled her in closer to ask if she was alright and she just went, she passed out. She's fine, she's being sorted out, her family's here."