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or who influenced you to pursue a Q How does it feel to be a celebrity now?  Q What career in the music industry?  Honestly, I watched American Idol when I was first, it was Christina Aguilera. She was my A little, and I would always say “I’m going to A At idol as a child, she was so perfect and her voice sing for Simon Cowell some day!!”  You know

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how Simon is the considered to be the most difficult judge to get approval from? Well, I auditioned because I literally wanted to sing for Simon. I wanted him to be like “Wow you’re awesome,” and when his reaction was pretty similar to that, it was amazing; It was the highlight of my life. I respect and admire him so much. What made you want to audition for the Xfactor? Honestly, I watched American Idol when I was little, and I would always say “I’m going to sing for Simon Cowell some day!!”  You know how Simon is the considered to be the most difficult judge to get approval from? Well, I auditioned because I literally wanted to sing for Simon. I wanted him to be like “Wow you’re awesome,” and when his reaction was pretty similar to that, it was amazing; It was the highlight of my life. I respect and admire him so much.

inspired me to be the best I can. Now, I love Bob Marley and what he stood for, and I love Ed Sheeran and how real he was, actually how real all of those artists are. Someday, I hope to bring that back- the authenticity of music in the industry.

does it feel to hear yourself on the Q How radio? haven’t heard myself on the radio yet. How A Iweird is that!? Now that I’m in Miami, I put Y100 on all the time and it just hasn’t worked out for me yet, so hopefully I’ll get to hear myself soon. 

Q What do you have planned for the future?  right now I’m with Fifth Harmony. That’s A Well my plan as of now, I don’t really know what the future holds, I’ve learned that you can’t really predict what’s going to happen, because you never know what the future might hold.  

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