Pixie Lott has revealed she wants to do more acting.
The All About Tonight singer, who made her big-screen debut in 2010 film Fred: The Movie alongside wrestler John Cena, fancies appearing in a comedy with her favourite funnymen – Will Ferrell, Steve Carell or Jonah Hill.
“At some point, but not yet. I always want to focus on the music, but when there’s a bit of time and the right script comes up, I would like to act, because I grew up doing it so it’s another hobby of mine,” she said.
The 21-year-old – whose performance at MTV Presents Titanic Sounds will be shown on MTV UK on May 5 – wouldn’t mind trying either a drama or comedy.
“It depends on what comes up. If an amazing drama comes up which is completely different to me, then I’d just have to bite my teeth and go for it. But if it was a comedy with great comedic actors like Steve Carell, Jonah Hill or Will Ferrell, and I could play the daughter, then I’ll go for that!” she continued.
Pixie wouldn’t mind another judging stint either, following her appearance on The X Factor in 2010.
“It was good timing and lasted for just a day, and I really enjoyed it. It was very different for me to be on a panel, so I would. It just all depends on the timing and what else I am focusing on,” she said.
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