Hannah Barrett feels 'good' about X Factor exit
'X Factor' hopeful Hannah Barrett isn't too down about her exit from the talent show and claims she felt ready to leave the competition after appearing in the bottom two for a third time on Sunday night (24.11.13)
Hannah Barrett feels "good" about leaving 'The X Factor'.
Although she would have loved to have won the talent show, Hannah wasn't disheartened by her exit on Sunday (24.11.13) and instead felt proud she had made it so far.
The 16-year-old singer knew the votes of the judges - Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh, Nicole Scherzinger and Sharon Osbourne - would go against her because she had survived being in the bottom two twice before.
Speaking on 'Lorraine', Hannah said: "I actually feel really good you know, obviously I'm a bit upset that I've left but I've come so far, week seven! ... I had a feeling I would be going home because that was my third time in the bottom two so I kind of accepted it and had fun with it.
"This was the right time for me to get kicked off ... I think there might be something good for me!"
With the series finale just three weeks away Hannah also gave her opinion about the remaining acts, admitting she is a huge fan of boy band Rough Copy - to whom she narrowly lost out in the emotional sing-off.
She said: "I'm so close to Rough Copy, them lot are like my older brothers so I thought 'you know what? If I'm in the bottom two with anyone I'm so glad it's with Rough Copy.'"
Hannah also defended Tamera Foster's underwhelming performances the last two weeks after the 16-year-old singer - who has been heavily tipped to win the competition - forgot her words for the second week running on Saturday night (23.11.13).
Hannah said: "I'll say in her defence she did come in two beats earlier so she had to stop and then jump back in again. She gets really, really nervous and we do forget the fact that she's only 16."