In a short week, Natalia Kills has gone from being an unknown pop star to having a global “mean girl” reputation. Now, the newly fired “X Factor” judge has publicly apologized for her bullying. We’re curious to know more details regarding what the show producers asked of her during filming. Clearly they didn’t know much about Kills’ background to so blindly ask for “passion” and “dramatic expression” from the “Problem” crooner. They must’ve missed the dramatic, drug-heavy “Wonderland” video, where Kills gets completely beheaded in the end (She has never been a tame girl).
Read her public apology via Facebook below:
A lot goes on behind-the-scenes of a reality show and what you see isn’t always the whole story. The show brought me on to bring my passion, dramatic expression and perspective. I was encouraged to be outspoken and things got out of hand. Joe, I hope you can forgive me and I wish you all the best! Be natural, unconventional and be you!