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Jul 1
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Pop sensation Pixie Lott is to perform a special acoustic set at the Harvey Grammar School later this month, it has been confirmed.

The “Mama Do” singer will take to the stage on Wednesday, July 16 to promote her new single, as well as the work of charity Cardiac Risk in the Young.

Deputy head Andy Allon said: “We are delighted to announce that international star and multi-platinum selling artist Pixie Lott is to visit the Harvey to perform an acoustic set for our pupils.

“Pupils will be learning more about this important issue (cardiac conditions) in tutor time sessions prior to Pixie’s performance.”

The performance is a closed event and tickets are not available for members of the public.

Folkestone Herald

Jun 20
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As she considers her recently completed third album, Pixie Lott is filled with excitement as she relaxes in the top floor restaurant of a members’ club near her East London home.

The powerfully voiced blonde’s two albums to date – Turn It Up and Young Foolish Happy – have established her as an international star, but on the self-titled third release she’s focusing on the vintage soul that is her first love.

“It’s definitely been my favourite album to make,” Pixie, 23, says. “It’s my favourite type of music. My voice gets more room to breathe. I’ve worked with a smaller group of people, so I got to know everyone well.

“On the other albums, I’ve lived in LA for two months and every day there’d be a different person with different sounds, different writers and producers.

“It was hard to get a rhythm, but with this album there’s been a consistency throughout. It represents me more.”

A product of London’s Italia Conti stage school, Pixie’s talent shone from an early age, but she insists that personal control was always important.

“I was looking online for producers and managers from when I was 11,” she says. “When I signed my deal I was 15. My album didn’t come out until I was 18. I learned so much behind the scenes – I was definitely much more prepared.”

Although she was once a stand-in judge on The X Factor, Pixie never considered the talent show route.

“I always had something in the pipeline,” Pixie says. “But a lot of people don’t have a clue where to start. Those shows are great for people like that.”

Her new single Lay Me Down is a typically gutsy Pixie performance, with an accompanying video flaunting her curves in a bikini. Does she feel that with Miley and Rihanna setting the trend, there’s pressure for female
performers to be more revealing and explicit?

“There’s a lot of artists around expressing themselves in a risqué sort of way,” she says. “I don’t think there’s a pressure if you’re a new artist and want to stand there in a plain black dress. I don’t think people would think it weird.

“You don’t want to give a bad example – at the same time, the most important thing is to be true to yourself and I’m sure there are lots of young girls who feel like Miley Cyrus. They have the same personality and they look up to her because it’s how they want to express themselves as well.

“I do think she is in control and making her own decisions. I don’t think it’s her label or manager saying wear less or do this. I think it’s just who she is.”

Pixie has enjoyed her years of success in the company of her boyfriend of four years, male model Oliver Cheshire, who provides a boon both personal and musical.

“It’s been great,” Pixie says. “He’s my first serious boyfriend and we’ve had loads of fun and good times.

“Before, when I was writing songs, I was imagining how things would be, but now I’ve had experience in a relationship I can write and relate to it so much better. It really helps with writing.

“I can’t think of anything bad to say about him – he’s a good guy who has a great sense of humour.

“I really want to start a family – I am a big family person – but I’m just 23. I think there is so much we both want to do before we get to that.”

Irish Mirror

Jun 20
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A new pop princess took the throne for the very first time five years ago today, spelling the end of Black Eyed Peas’ Boom Boom Power!

It’s always exciting to see the ‘birth’ of a new star, to be right there at the beginning of their chart story. Five years ago today, a new chart tale was just starting out for Essex teenager Pixie Lott, thanks to her insanely catchy debut single Mama Do.

Although she was only 18 at the time of her debut hit, Pixie – real name Victoria – had been bubbling under pop’s radar for quite some time.

After being signed by huge US music producer LA Reid at just 15, Pixie spent her time recording and writing for other artists, biding her time until the day she herself would get her name on a record all of her own.

Mama Do went straight in at the top, deposing Black Eyed Peas’ Boom Boom Pow from its second (non-consecutive) week at the top. It’s sold almost 350,000 copies.

Mama Do was the first of three chart-toppers for Pixie. Boys And Girls made Number 1 in September 2009 and All About Tonight hit the summit two years later. Pixie has scored 11 Top 40 hits, with seven of them making the Top 10. All About Tonight is her biggest selling single, with over 400,000 copies sold.

Her most recent hit was Nasty, which peaked at Number 9 in March this year. Pixie’s self-titled album – her third – is due for release in August.

Official Charts

Jun 19
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Jun 19
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Check out the pictures of Pixie leaving BBC Radio 1 studios today.

Jun 19
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Today, Pixie was photographed arriving at BBC Radio 1 studios. Check out the pictures below.

Jun 17
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I’ve added pictures of Pixie attending Jeremy Scott’s Moschino after party at Café de Paris during the London Collections: Men Spring/Summer 2015 yesterday.

Jun 17
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After attending the Moschino after party, Pixie, Oliver and Joe were seen leaving Café de Paris. Visit the photo gallery to see the pictures.

Jun 17
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Yesterday, Pixie was photographed arriving at Jeremy Scott’s after party held at Café de Paris.

Jun 17
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I’ve added pictures of Pixie attending Moschino fashion show during the London Collections: Men Spring/Summer 2015. Check out the pictures below.

Jun 16
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Today, Pixie was seen arriving Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design in London where she attended Marks & Spencer fashion show during the London Collections: Men Spring/Summer 2015. There is only one picture so far, check it out below. EDIT: More pictures have been added.

Jun 16
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I’ve added pictures of Pixie and Oliver leaving One for the Boys Charity Ball last night.

Jun 16
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Yesterday, Pixie and Oliver attended One for the Boys Charity Ball during the London Collections: Men Spring/Summer 2015 at Natural History Museum.

Jun 16
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I’ve uploaded pictures of Pixie arriving at National History Museum in London yesterday. Check them out below.

Jun 12
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Katy B and The Vamps will be among the acts involved in CBBC’s The Big Performance this year.

The show is returning to CBBC for a third series later this summer, and will see The Choir’s Gareth Malone challenging six of the UK’s most talented children to produce a performance that marks the centenary of the First World War.

Pixie Lott, Conor Maynard and Eliza Doolittle will also help the 11 to 13-year-olds with writing and performing a song that celebrates the memory of their ancestors, ahead of the finale on August 4.

Melissa Hardinge, executive producer for CBBC, said: ‘We are delighted that Gareth Malone is back on CBBC, inspiring a new group of children with this extraordinary songwriting challenge for the World War One anniversary.

“We hope that the series will encourage our young audience to trace their own family histories, and understand the importance of the international commemoration on August 4.”

Previous series have seen Malone bring shy young people together to sing in front of millions at Children in Need and Proms in the Park.

Digital Spy



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