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If a singing career doesn't work out, Danie Geimer's backup plan is to pursue neuroscience.

Danie is just 16 years, and a self-described bookworm from Northridge, California.   She's a high school student, but it isn't likely that many of her fellow students knew about her talent before she started appearing on 'The X Factor' this fall.  "I'm not sure if a lot of people knew, especially in my school, because I've never done anything for school with singing.  When I'm at school, I focus on my education.  When I'm at home and in extra-curricular activities, that's when I sing."

And when she does sing, it's like another part of her takes over, she tells Steve Edwards and Lisa Breckenridge on Good Day L.A.  "My personality and voice are like completely separate. It's like an alternate personality when I sing."

An alternate personality that may possibly lead Danie to a life of fame and fortune.  If not, there's always a career as a scientist waiting for her.

Fun Facts About Danie Geimer (Source: haveuheard.net)

1) Danie Geimer has made it into the top 16 contestants on The X Factor season 3.

2) Geimer is a 15 year old girl from California who seems to have a very big future in music. Geimer's music impressed the judges so much that she is now one of the final four girls who made the top 16. Danie is a self proclaimed book loving nerd who loves neuro science.

3) When she's not singing or studying neuroscience, she loves to read and play softball.

4) How does she feel about getting on X Factor? She can't describe her feelings. There is only one direction for her to go and that's up.

Twitter: @daniegeimer

Facebook: danie geimer music

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