Vibe asks Gravesend X Factor star Tamera Foster questions you never knew needed asking (From News Shopper)
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Vibe asks Gravesend X Factor star Tamera Foster questions you never knew needed asking
TAMERA Foster’s X Factor journey may have come to an end earlier than hoped, but we’ve got a feeling that you haven’t seen the last of this talented 16-year-old from Gravesend.
When Vibe chatted to her recently, we couldn’t let her escape without also asking the questions you didn’t know you wanted answered.
Don't panic, there's a proper story on the way too.
Home-cooked meal or a takeaway?
A home-cooked at the moment because I have been having a lot of takeaways for so long.
What’s your favourite?
Sausage casserole. My mum made it for me last night.
What’s your favourite Christmas song?
All I Want for Christmas is You by Mariah Carey
What’s your least favourite Christmas song?
I don’t have one. I love all of them.
What’s your favourite album?
Dangerously in Love by Beyonce
Who or what is your biggest inspiration?
One of them has to be Beyonce because I have been watching her perform ever since I was little.
A lot of time on the X Factor I felt like giving up. My friend Stacey Mowle is going through the most rare cancer in the world, she’s only seven years old, and she’s always smiling so she’s a big inspiration.
Ideal dinner guest?
Oh my gosh, Michael Jackson and Tupac.
If you could have a superpower, what would it be and what would you do with it?
I would be able to fly to get me to photoshoots quicker in the mornings.
If you could rescue just one thing from a burning building, what would it be?
Probably my phone and phone charger.
Before I die I must...
I don’t know. Somewhere Mediterranean.
What do you do to relax?
I meditate. I’ve done it since about this time last year. My mum introduced me to it, because she used to do it, when I was stress about exams. So I did it to her.
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