Miss Dynamix delighted about Simon Cowell backing
Miss Dynamix were given a "confidence boost" after Simon Cowell's backing them following their exit from 'The X Factor'.
Miss Dynamix were given a "confidence boost" from Simon Cowell's supportive tweet backing them.
The 'X Factor' hopefuls - Rielle Carrington, SeSe Foster and Jeanette Akua - were delighted to hear the music mogul wanted to keep them in the competition after they were voted out following a sing-off against Hannah Barrett last night (27.10.13).
Simon wrote on Twitter: "I would have kept miss dynamix. I don't get that decision. (sic)"
SeSe exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "When Rielle told us about the tweet she needed to double check and see if it was verified because there are loads of Simon Cowell fakes."
Rielle explained: "I screamed, 'Girls look at this!' "
Jeanette explained: "That made my morning! It's a confidence boost and just shows us that a mogul as big as Simon sees the potential in us. This is Simon Cowell, come on."
The girl group became the third act to leave this year's competition, but they have vowed to continue to work on their music together and impress Simon further.
They explained: "Up against Hannah - who in my opinion is one of the best singers this year - he still said he would have kept us. He has seen something in us and we definitely want to continue."
SeSe is currently six months pregnant and she was delighted to hear Simon - who is expecting his first child with New York socialite Lauren Silverman - would have still saved the band despite her condition.
She added: "Along with the tweet, I'm sure Simon knows I'm pregnant, I'm sure he knows. And he is still saying he would put Miss Dynamix through, and that's all I need, I just need it from Simon.
"Simon believes in us. A lot of people believe in us, but Simon Cowell."
Jeanette added: "I think he will be an incredible dad. The fact that he mentors all these acts, it's beyond business. There is some pride, like a parent-like pride. So I feel like he can translate that into fatherhood."