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Sofie Linde took the game options: - I'm right on your ass over it

When the 'X Factor' returns 4. January with a new season, there is no longer DR, but TV2 in the corner of the screen.

however, It is still tv-host Sofie Linde, which will guide the viewers through the program, after ten years on the DR she said in the spring up to pursue the dream of becoming self-employed, and it has meant that she has been able to land a freelanceaftale with TV2 about the program.

- I don't think that the people at home in the living rooms go so much up in the, on 'the X Factor' will be sent on the one or the other channel, so long as the program is the same, says Sofie Linde and laughs.

- It's probably just us in the industry, noting it, she says.

The bright hair falling down over his shoulders, and the brown eyes light up while she tells. Just she should out and buy any security equipment to his new house - it is important, when you have a daughter of almost a year, who are starting to crawl around.

Sofie Linde can without problems go shopping in the middle of the day, as a freelancer she has become her own boss. She has always dreamed of, but still it was not without reports.

This meant, of course, that I should say goodbye to my permanent employment in the DR. It was there are many emotions associated with, for I started as a 18-year-old and said goodbye as a mother. It is so telling of how I have become the adult who tells Sofie Linde.

She was in the middle of her maternity leave with her daughter Trina, as she has with the tv-host Joakim Ingversen, when she delivered the notice of termination. It worried her mother, who thought that Sofie Linde had a 'Rolls-Royce-employment in the public sector'.

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I had long had the desire to be my own boss, but it was the biggest and hardest decision.

- I was considering it for a long time, for I was really happy on the DR, and I had just made a season of the program with a newborn on the arm and had gotten so much support from around the house, so I also felt a little bit that I owed. But how to play it is not, after all, and there is no one who has treated me cheap, or have been baffled by my decision, she says.

this is The fourth time, Sofie Linde is a host on 'X Factor'. From the filming of the program starts, and the winner is named, it will take about eight months. In two of them she is on live, when the program week after week cut participants from the so-called live shows.

- It is hard to be host. It is a craft that has taken me ten years to learn, she says.

- I'm not running with the teleprompter, I look bad, and cue cards confuses me more than they help. There is a lot of preparation to know what to, but with time I have also found a peace in that, err, she says.

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She can not remember a season where there is something that has gone wrong.

A year went by the monitor down, one year it was lydpulten. A year came the DR to send a teaser for a tv program with sexual undertones during the show, and then there was the year when Morten, who later won the 'X Factor', went on to stand on stage and could not sing because of nerves.

- When an error occurs, the programme is vibrant and fun, and it is often what people remember. There is something that goes wrong in every season, and it fits me very well, says Sofie Linde.

His immediate shape to the participants is something of it, she through the years has got praise for. Although she believes that her most important task as a host is to remember that it's just them and their accomplishments, it's all about.

- I'm quite aware that it is not my show, but I know very well what it is, for some considerations, the participants had before they came. I myself am from the province of Jutland, so I know well what it means to stand up and say, 'Here I am, and I think I can it here', says the tv host, who grew up in the jutland town of Odder.

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- It has been a process for me to learn not to live by what others think. And it has taken time, she says.

the participants of The 'X Factor' dare to stand forward in the program, even if they risk being sent home again with the same, she has great respect for.

- the 'X Factor' is a big breach of the jante law. All that goes into it, it seems that the experience is more important than what others think, and it seems I am to be celebrated, she says.

- the Program is not about becoming something, it's about daring to do something for themselves, she says.

How she has it also with the værtstjansen - it is something she does because she even think it is fun.

Nevertheless, she is touched by the support she has been able to notice in connection with the announcement that she would continue on the program, even though it was sold to another tv channel.

- I'm right on your ass about it, to be quite honest, she says.

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She is often stopped on the street to viewers and fans who will chat and tell her what they think about her work.

- I have it like that in Denmark is entirely up to you, how well-known you will be, so what to put down as the celebrity and whine about that you can not go in peace, it is damn one's own problem. You can just pull the plug and opt out, so that should probably be forgotten in a nanosecond, she says.

- But in any office in the land is quite lonely, because it's just me, and how what I'm doing, also just to be me, it does very much with the praise. You get thrown a little shit in the neck in between, but that's how it is when you put the nose forward. It belongs with. Fortunately it is really rare that I experience that people are tacky or rude, she says.

That the 'X Factor' is a program that many danes have an opinion, that just makes it more fun to make, she thinks.

- You can never win, when you are a big player. The royal family can never win, the DR can not win, and the 'X Factor' will never be able to win 100 percent. But you can not lie out from the viewing figures, she says and smiles.

'the X Factor' has premiere 4. January on TV2.

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