Louisa Johnson won't become a diva after X Factor win
Louisa Johnson is adamant she won't change despite winning the 'X Factor' last night because she's not the type of person to let fame go to her head
Louisa Johnson won't become a diva despite being crowned the winner of the 'X Factor' last night (13.12.15).
The 17-year-old beauty, who was the favourite to win since the beginning, is set to rake in at least £6 million over the next 12 months but is adamant she won't let her new-found stardom go to her head because she finds it "embarrassing" when people start getting too big for their boots.
Speaking on ITV's 'Lorraine' this morning (14.12.15), she said: "I don't really think I'll get like that [change because of fame]. I think it's a bit embarrassing. I don't want to get like that because I'm not that sort of person."
And the blonde beauty, who is the youngest ever contestant to win 'The X Factor', believes her family will make sure she remains level-headed throughout her future music career.
She added: "They support me so much and they're always pushing me ... [They'll] definitely [keep me grounded."
Meanwhile, although she's focused on making music for the time being, Louisa hasn't ruled out getting a boyfriend but is keen to keep that part of her life separate from her career.
The talented star, who has been romantically linked to West Ham footballer Reece Oxford, said: "The thing is, I'm just sort of keeping that part of my life separate to the singing side of things because I don't really think they need to be both involved. Personal life and singing life; two different things and I just want to keep that part of my life here and that part of my life here and just enjoy both of them."
Meanwhile, Louisa is set to have a bright future ahead of her after beating hip-hop act Reggie 'N' Bollie to the top spot, as bosses predict she'll be as big as 2006 winner Leona Lewis.