4th Impact’s Celina reassures X Factor viewers she’s ‘OK’ after collapse and thanks fans for ‘prayers and love’

X Factor‘s 4th Impact singer Celina has reassured her fans she’s “OK” after collapsing on stage last night.

Shocking scenes off screen saw Celina suddenly collapse on stage as the group were comforted by mentor Cheryl Fernandez-Versini.

Cheryl screamed for production to help and two producers raced to carry a stricken Celina backstage.

Now the band have taken to Twitter to thank their fans for support, writing: “Thanks to all who voted for us why we reach this far.Celina is ok now thanks for your prayers and love – love u guys.Lets keep believing.”

Their mentor Cheryl rushed to congratulate them shortly after, as she wrote on the social media site: “Thank you so much to everyone who voted and supported @4thImpactMusic this far! They have had an incredibly ride & are so thankful!”

While Rita Ora added: “I wish you all the success in the world @4thImpactMusic.”

Cheryl later added: “.@4thImpactMusic Thank you for being the most gracious,humble & special little souls I have ever had the pleasure of working with love you.”

A spokesperson for the X Factor told Mirror Celebs last night: “Celina was taken unwell after the show came off air. An ambulance was called and she was seen by medics at the studio.

RexCelina of 4th Impact being taken to and ambulance after she past out on the x-factor
Celina managed a smile as she was treated last night

“She has since gone home to rest with her mother and her sisters.”

Pictures show the moment the singer was carried by chair in to the back of an ambulance outside, surrounded by paramedics, before managing a smile for the cameras as she was covered in a blanket.


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