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National Artist Chalermchai Kositpipat also commented that the work the woman produced was of no artistic value, saying that "She merely copied the outermost shell of the foreign arts, without realising their substance.
What she has done was a display of body, not the presentation of [artistic] integrity." The next day, the woman's parents admitted that their daughter was hired, and pleaded with the public for pity, remarking that they are now detested by the locals even their youngest daughter (the woman's younger sister) was "openly regarded as dirty by her teachers and friends at school".), who appeared on the show and sang 4 Non Blondes' "What's Up" with English native speaker accent, contrary to the story she previously told that she merely completed elementary education and is living an impoverished life as a manual labourer.
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