It went certainly not go unnoticed, as the 38-year-old Debbie from Newport on Wednesday evening took to the 'X Factor'studio, where she went to the audition along with his 17-year-old daughter, Melika.
I have always dreamed of to put up here in the 'X Factor'. I have mainly dreamed about to stand here in front of you, said Debbie with a smile addressed to Thomas Culture, as she and her daughter came into the TV2 studio.
Earlier she had proclaimed that she loves Thomas Culture, and she rejoiced like a little child to stand in front of him.
But the Culture was far from as excited for Debbie, Melika and their interpretation of Shania twain's hit 'From This Moment On', as they were for him.
However, was Debbie not much to take a no, and as an additional card in the sleeve, pulled, she, therefore, its 15-year-old daughter, who was standing in front of and looked with during the audition, into the studio to rap along with her and Melika as a last attempt to go further in the competition.
Also not convinced the Culture, who instead sent a hard suppository to Debbie.
- It's getting desperate here. What does the mother otherwise, when she does not care for a child and dominate her children's lives?, asked Culture addressed to Debbie, who quickly became tight in the cover.
once Again, the Culture, Oh Land and the famous and best-selling, there are judges, while Sofie Linde is hosted. Photo: Jonas Olufson
- I do not. It could I never find, she replied, determined.
- Any times do you do it without knowing it himself, said Culture further.
- But I do not, for then they would also even say it. I do certainly not.
- I'm not sure on it, it sounded far from Culture, before the mother and the two daughters got ' no ' from both the Culture and Oh Land and, therefore, had to go disappointed home.
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For Extra Magazine tells Debbie that she is glad that she chose to stand in the 'X Factor', although she and the daughters did not go on.
I have always had a dream to put up in the 'X Factor'. I have sung at home, but I have not had the courage for it. But when my daughter suggested that we should put up as a group, so I was agreeing with myself that it was time. She got me persuaded, she says with a smile.
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According to Debbie, she knew, however, good even, that their chances were not big to go on as a group. Therefore, she had a home prepared for his 15-year-old daughter that it could happen, that she should come in and rap, if it appears that they would be sent home.
It was all planned out, and she had said that if there was a need for it, so she would come in and help, and she did so. I think we stood there for a long time, before we got the judgment, and the judges were confused. But it went as it went, " she says, and continues:
- But I achieved what I wanted. I am proud that my daughters asked up.
- How do you have it with the comment, Culture came with, that you are pushing your children?
- I was completely shocked. I wondered where it came from. For the Culture turned a sudden 180 degrees. But I took it not so heavy. I would never push my kids, and he don't know me, she says.
Though it could appear to be in the program, stresses the Debbie that she is not angry at Thomas Culture over his comment.
- I was not angry. When I went out, I thought that it was merely Culture. It was fine enough. If he knew us, he would never have said it. He closes always all out. Now it was suddenly me, it went beyond. It was raining, I did not, but I went out with a raised brow.
- Has it changed your view on him?
- No, not at all. I still like him. I think it is a sin for him, he says something like that, when he does not know me personally. But it was a great experience, and I'm not sorry that I put up.
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But it was for fun, you asked up, and because you would like to have an experience? Or the thought of you and hoped that you would be able to move on?
- I don't know. It was mostly the experience for me. Also it could have been fun if we went ahead. We had not expected that we would go ahead, but we thought that we were different, and that maybe they could use us for something. So it wasn't just for fun. It could have been cool to get the experience on, " she says, and continues:
- It was a family outing. Everyone got a big experience out of it. We got a backstage insight into how it all gets produced, she says.
According to Debbie are they not finished with music at home. But the danes are not going to be able to experience them in the 'X Factor' again.
- We hold ourselves to sing at home. My daughter at 17 is good at writing songs. It is most her, playing with it and make something out of it. But she is not interested in becoming a big star. So we see it as an experience, and so we are enjoying ourselves with the music at home.
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