It was with mixed feelings that Andrea Brøndsted Friday night was sent out of 'the X Factor'.
The pretty singer has enjoyed collaboration with Thomas Culture, and she would like to have gone further, but at the same time fell in love she never in the format.
she told Extra Magazine after her farewell was a reality.
- It is a strange mixture of frustration and relief. The whole thing has just been so mega intense. It is no secret that I super like would have continued to work with Thomas (Culture, red.), for it has been really cool, and I've developed me, and all my musical expression is just been better each time. He has really seen me, she explained and added.
- It runs a little parallel. There is musikdelen, but also the part to stand and be judged. I like to sing but not when people judge it that way afterwards. You will hear from three different judges, and it may well be a little hard once in a while, for they have three different motivations to say, as they do. I'm going to miss the music, but not the format.
One of the judges, who was out with the rake after Andrea Brøndsted, Lars famous and best-selling, missed, that she looked like someone who actually enjoyed to be on stage. The comment hurt, she recognized.
- It is super annoying to hear, of course I'm nervous. We are all nervous, we stand and perform in front of 1.2 million people, so it is clear that one can be a little uncomfortable with the situation. I think I enjoyed standing there, so he has given the impression of something else, I am super annoyed with. I enjoyed it, and I feel like I could control my voice just fine, she clasped her firmly.
It did not. The choice was Oh Land, and she chose to keep Patrick Smith in the program, and he survived, therefore, the danger zone for the second week in a row, while it was a goodbye to Andrea Brøndsted.