Our expert says:
Khanyi seems to do an excellent job at being a first-class Khanyi. Admire her, by all means, but don't complain that you're not her - your task, your challenge in life, is to be an outstanding, a first-rate anon5, not a second-rate Khanye.
To have graduated from university is an uncommon accomplishment, and the question needs to be how best to use the qualification and the skills you learned, to do something special which is uniquely yours. Maybe you should see a counselling psychologist to help you clarify your options and all the good things you can still become.
What I find sad in a show like Idols, is the emphasis, among competitors and judges, on imitating and being "like" already existing successful performers. We don't need a new J-Lo, for instance - there already is one, and she's doing fine. What we need is young singers who have their own, personal style, and can provide something we don't already have.
A counsellor can also help you to work through these anger issues, and become less of an obtacle to your own success.
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