Friday's episode of 'X Factor' ended up with a regular shock, when judge Thomas Culture sent Alberte out of the competition.
She had barely sat in one of the coveted five chairs in the program's so-called 'Five chair challenge', before she was ordered away for the benefit of Alma.
A shock went through publikumsrækkerne, as Khan had to leave the scene, and the Culture made it clear that it was not with his good will.
Host Sofie Linde had subsequent comfort a clearly affected Alberte, who let the tears get the free game in the backstage room. En Ekstra Bladet prisoners her over the phone, the shock has, however, settled.
- I'm actually fine enough to be thrown out, because it took much of my time, but I think it has been fun and an experience, although I didn't come further than 'Five chair challenge', she says.
- Those who got the chairs, they deserve it fully. So I'm really okay with it.
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Albertes 'X Factor'exit certainly does not mean that she is going to put the music on the shelf, even though she makes it clear she does not show up in next year's edition of the talentprogrammet.
- Now I have finished my primary school, and then I musikefterskole next year, says she.
even Though it's the end of the 'X Factor', has Alberte is not going to drop the music. Photo: TV2
the Dream is therefore still a musical career, although it will not be through the 'X Factor'.
- I take it just as an extra push that I need to do something about it anyway, " says Alberte.
- I see it not as a defeat. I have it really okay. I think it was megahyggeligt to be with and learn the others to know.
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