Ms. Espinosa is also aware of her own fairy tale experience. "I like who I've become here," she said. "And I see who I've become when I go back home. I feel like I go back. I see where I would be if I never came. I'd still be at Disney, singing with a cover band and doing industrials and singing background tracks for friends who are pursuing recording careers."
Q : I think the function of "who" in "who I've become here" and "who I've become when I go back home" is a questionary pronoun as an indirect question. But the first sentence "I like who I've become here" is odd to me. I believe "who" as a relative pronoun is better than "who" as a questionary pronoun in the sentence.
=> I like myself who I've become here
What do you think?