The x factor Although winner Dalton Harris was more or less a clear favorite at the beginning of the show, the singer has admitted that from his point of view, it did not always feel like smooth sailing.

In a conversation with Graham Norton on his Radio 2 show this morning (December 8), Dalton revealed that he sometimes had trouble even if he should be on the show at all, especially when compared to the other finalists.

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"Everyone seemed to be doing better than me," Dalton told Graham when asked if he was worried about the younger, less experienced acts during the live shows.

"I was the one who – socially, is different for me – in a social environment, I will watch for 30 days before I say a single word because I just do not want to add anything negative to a situation.

"Everyone was fine, I think I was the one who fought there and asked if I should be there for a while."

Dalton Harris plays in the final of The X Factor 2018

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While Dalton then added that it was "good," it did not seem that way on TV. "Now that it's over, I can say, yes, I've had trouble asking myself if I've been there."

Of course Dalton managed to secure the victory, and his first single "The Power of Love" – ​​a duet with the former X factor Winner James Arthur – Now everything is available as all British record companies benefit from the track to the children's hospice charities Together for Short Lives and Shooting Star Chase.

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Talk about his time on The x factorDalton also had a lot of good things to say about his mentor Louis Tomlinson, adding that they "worked together perfectly."

"I remember the first two live shows, I came in with songs that I wanted to sing, and it was like 'Nope!'" He said, laughing. "The songs they presented were much better than the ones I went in with."


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