Every now and then we see a candidate on “Holland’s Got Talent” who has already been involved once before and wants to try again. Lisette Brillimans goes further: it is participating for the sixth time in the hope of finally getting a place in the final. Although the jury was not convinced, she still managed to get a golden bell this time.
Lisette has already been on the show so much that Chantal Janzen and Dan Carati get to know her. On her last try, Dan didn’t know how fast to press the red button, but this time Lisette found something. “The turnout will be such that people don’t immediately realize that I am. I want to be on the last day.”
Lisette Brilliance for the sixth time in the Netherlands Got Talent
It turns out her trick works, because when she appears covered in a golden cloth, the judges have no idea who’s under her. As soon as she reveals herself, Chantal screams, while Dan shakes her head in disbelief. Edson da Graça and Marc-Marie Huijbregts have no idea who’s standing in front of them, as this is their first season.
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When Lisette explained that she was participating for the sixth time, Mark asked Marie what her talent was. “Pole dance,” she jokes. Chantal intervenes. “She can play the piano very well. She even took part in an international career, because she also participated in it This is a super talent.” When Marc asks Marie where things have gone wrong, Chantal prepares her answer. “It’s very good, but at some point, the nerves get to work and it doesn’t work quite as intended.”
However, there are eight months between her last test and this one, so Lisette had plenty of time to improve herself. I firmly decided “it should go well and work.” Once you slip behind the piano, the nerves immediately start again. “It’s going wrong again,” he muttered before starting.
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She soon received a red cross from Dan and the other members of the jury were also unconvinced by her performance. When she’s finished, Lisette wants to get off the stage, but is saved in time by Buddy Vedder and Jamai Loman. They rush to the golden bell and quickly press it. Unbelievable Lizette her eyes and she is so happy.
“What do you think of this?” Chantal asks. “Well, it might not be nice to hear this, but tell yourself: Did it go smoothly?” If Lisette shakes her head no, Chantal continues. “I didn’t print it out for you in terms of acting, but I did print it out for your persistence. So congratulations, you’re a semifinalist anyway!”
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