Britain's Got Talent duo Ana and Fia want to inspire women
'Britain's Got Talent' mother-daughter duo Ana and Fia want to inspire women who have been through troubled marriages with their music.
'Britain's Got Talent's mother-daughter duo Ana and Fia want to inspire women.
The pair from Indonesia wowed judges, Simon Cowell, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and David Walliams, on the ITV talent show on Saturday night (14.05.16) with their "emotional" rendition of Barbra Streisand's 'Tell Him' and Ana, 43 - who escaped from a troubled marriage - is hoping her hard-hitting music can provide "inspiration" to other women who have gone through difficult breakups.
Asked what their dreams are, Ana told chat show 'Lorraine' this morning (16.05.16): "I would like to be a big inspiration for the women out there who were in the same situation as I was before. It was very hard but we are here and we are happy now and we are moving on, on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
How did we get there?"
Ana and her teenage daughter never anticipated the reaction they got from the crowd and Fia was even expecting to be booed off stage or hated by Simon.
On the reaction, Fia said: "We came on stage thinking either they would really hate it and get booed off stage or Simon Cowell would hate it or something. We didn't know what to expect it. I can't believe it."
And her mother added: "It was amazing, it was emotional because we didn't expect that at all."
Fia - who is studying as well as working at a fast food restaurant - says her dream would be to be crowned winner of the talent show.
She said: "There are too many dreams to think of. Probably winning 'Britain's Got Talent'. "
After they won the panel over, Alesha said: "I always say music is the best therapy and I can see you guys starting this new chapter together."
Talking about their past troubles, Ana explained: "I had a bad, difficult marriage and recently I had to take the kids out from home for good.
"It's our fresh start. I'm hoping for a better future for us."