Hello – What’s your name?
– My name is Filip Dikmen – How did you end up in the music business
– My mother says I sing like a bird – Your mother is very kind
– It’s the best mother in the world – What are you going to sing to her and to
us today? – I’m gonna sing Titanic with Celine Dion
– Ohh wow, that’s great – Fantastic
– I love that one – That’s lovley, do you know what I was thinking? – I was imagining you blossoming like a peacock but you didn’t. It’s more like a one-legged magpie – I think your mom loves you very much and thinks you are really really good. But we are not your moms and then It sounds… – But it not just my mom says I sing good, others as well – But let me bring it down to you then. It does not sound good – Everyone else thinks it sounds good it’s just you guys who don’t think it does – Okay who else? – Friends at school – But then they are mean to you honey – No you are mean – Listen, you are a really great guy but your voice isn’t there – We have different opinion you may think it sounds bad but others don’t – You’re welcome to have a career outside Swedish Idol, but we decide here and we don’t hear a great voice when you sing. I’m sorry we don’t – I don’t believe that, I think you’re racists. – Do you think I’m a racist? I’m half Palestinian so don’t come here with that racism-talk – If you say that I’m getting pissed off. My dad is a Palestinian so I’m no racist. – Filip that was not okay – There’s the door you can leave – You can also leave – Okay you can stand there and we leave – I just loved Dikmen when I came through the door, supersweet song bird as his mother said but then things got ugly, really ugly – HELLO?! – I’m all alone HELLO – Oh, my God… – Hi judges, I think you were mean to me that’s why I called you racists – But I don’t think that you are racists I think you’re nice. – I want to tell you I’m sorry. I hope you’ll find the right Idol. I hope Sweden will step up.