on Friday night, it was clear that the 23-year-old Kristian Kjærlund be able to raise the trophy and call themselves the winner of the 'X Factor' 2019, when he superior race with the victory in front of storfavoritten Benjamin Rosenbohm in Forum Horsens.
But in order to achieve this, he had to drop several of the projects he had going in. Among other things, his education at Southern University, UNIVERSITY of southern denmark.
Film, tv & radio - 13. apr. 2019 - at. 06:09 Flopped in the final: he is now
- I have read sports science at UNIVERSITY, but I have not done since I was in bootcamp. Officially I still. My academic advisor advised me to be enrolled, if I was not 100 percent sure. And then she said that as I had the opportunity to come again after the summer and take all of my courses - the equivalent to the third attempt, because in principle, I am wasting the first and second trials, when not present, tells Kristian Kjærlund, en Ekstra Bladet meets him the day after the big finale in Forum Horsens.
Kristian Kjærlund was somewhat surprised when he was touted as the winner. Photo: Mogens Flindt
With bootcamp, sangtimer and preparations for live shows, the 23-year-old 'X Factor'winner, however, quickly realize that he has not had time to participate in 'the X Factor' and study at the same time.
Film, tv & radio - 13. apr. 2019 - at. 08:24 Disappointed famous and best-selling: - I am so frustrated
- It (the studio, red.) has been completely on hold. There is a håndteringsprocedure as to what to do with students, that goes on, which is in primary school or high school, which comes into it here, but I think it is evenly rarely, to college students thinking that they are right in the 'X Factor' and go all the way, told Kristian Kjærlund and continued:
- It is different with the classes at the universities, but it is difficult for them to offer something, which makes we can take care of both things at the same time. I can't see how I should have done it, so I thought that I had better drop out, told the 23-year-old winner.
Extra Magazine had a chat with Kristian Kjærlund day then. Photo: Mogens Flindt
He has no intentions to continue in the study because, with the new title as the 'X Factor'winner follows a brand new adventure and an opportunity to wager on the music.
- Now, I hope, that I can bet completely on the music. For now. Now there are so many things. There are all sorts of professional people who still surround me. So I can't see anything other than that I have to go home and write to my studio, I would not come more.
- How is the interest for the sport?
- I really don't know where my interest comes from. Me and interests have always been curious, it sounded something intricate from Kristian Kjærlund, which according to him has not been particularly active through his life.
Film, tv & radio - 12. apr. 2019 - at. 23:44 In shock: Here is his surprising response
- It is one of the first things you are asked when you write on the sport: 'What's your sport?'. As if it requires it, that one goes there. But I do not have any, said Kristian Kjærlund with a smile.
Kristian Kjærlund, however, has always had a hard time sitting still. Therefore, accused him also, that you as a sports students are more active than in other studies.
- I've never really been able to sit still. This having to sit with a book for several hours and one thing and another. It seems very mind-boggling, so I thought that if I were to have a college degree, then it should also be one or another, in one degree or another were allowed to be more practical and active, said Kristian Kjærlund.
Kristian Kjærlund have still not quite understood, that he has won 'the X Factor'. Photo: Mogens Flindt
Actually have neither the sport or the music has been in the cards for the young Kristian Kjærlund.
- My immediate family is not particularly musical. I have no idea where it comes from. I think around 11-12 years of age, it dawned on me that I could something with music. During a skolekomedie I got feedback and found out that I could find out. So geeky I suffered with it, and so began my voice to go in transition, and so I had to just learn to know it again, said Kristian Kjærlund and continued:
- Up to 'the X Factor', I have not felt that there was something I was supposed to show up, so I have been sitting with it quietly on my room and thought that it might be fun, but I don't know if I dare take it on. So it has been a big step to take it from here. And now I'm the winner, said the 'X Factor'winner, who can look forward to record songs in Ibiza and performing at Smukfest in the near future.