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X-Factor hopeful waits for phone call

Tea Bramhall is waiting to hear if she got into the X-Factor.
Tea Bramhall is waiting to hear if she got into the X-Factor. Allan Reinikka

SHE'S got the look, she's got the voice, she's got the personality - but does Tea Bramhall have that factor?

It's something the 14-year-old is still waiting to find out from the producers of Channel Seven's reality TV show The X-Factor.

A fortnight ago she travelled to Brisbane and waited hours for her chance to impress the show's judges.

"They just said I had an amazing singing voice," Tea said.

"And that I should take singing lessons because it would improve my voice."

The judges said they would call if she had been successful in getting through to the next round, Tea said.

Her mum said Tea had been singing since she was a young girl.

"I'd like to have a career in singing," Tea said.

"I used to sing at the Rockhampton Leagues Club."

She said her family and friends had been "egging her on" to try out for a spot on the show.

Topics:  channel seven x factor


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