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Aug 29
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Chart star Pixie Lott is the early favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing as the BBC unveiled the full cast of celebrity dancers who will battle it out in the new series.

The final three famous faces – Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace, Bargain Hunt’s Tim Wonnacott and Mrs Brown’s Boys star Jennifer Gibney – were officially announced on The One Show.

They join 12 other dancers including Xtra Factor host Caroline Flack, singer Frankie Bridge, Judy Murray, Mark Wright and EastEnder Jake Wood.

Gibney, who is married to the show’s creator Brendan O’Carroll, said: “As a child I wrote to Blue Peter asking could I dance with Pan’s People. Now at last I get a chance to earn my badge – excited doesn’t cover it.”

Bookmaker William Hill has Lott at 5-1 to win, closely followed by Bridge and former Blue singer Simon Webbe, who are both 6-1. Wonnacott is the 33-1 outsider.

The firm’s spokesman Rupert Adams said: “We cannot see Tim Wonnacott making it through the first week unless he gets a cult following like John Sergeant.”

The new series will be the first without veteran host Sir Bruce Forsyth, with Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman sharing the presenting job.

Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC1 for its 12th series on Sunday September 7 at 8pm.

Daly has co-hosted the show with Sir Bruce, 86, since it began in 2004 and was joined by Winkleman in 2011 to present the Sunday night results shows.

Grimsby Telegraph

Aug 25
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Pixie Lott was late for her first date with her boyfriend.

The ‘Mama Do’ hitmaker, 23, left model Oliver Cheshire waiting for two hours under Marble Arch in London after they arranged to meet following Vivienne Westwood’s London Fashion Week after-party three years ago.

Speaking to The Sun newspaper’s Fabulous magazine, she said: “We’d arranged to meet under Marble Arch and he waited for two hours for me.

“I’d been on a work thing and been delayed. I couldn’t believe he was still there when I showed up.

“He was just sat on a little picnic bench reading a book… for two hours! I was like, ‘I’m so sorry!’ and he was like, ‘It’s OK, don’t worry.’ Now he’d be like, ‘What the hell are you doing?'”

However, time-keeping isn’t Pixie’s only downfall as she admits she’s really bad at cooking and tends to leave the evening meals to her beau.

She explained: ”I wish I was a domestic goddess but I don’t cook, I’m so bad. I think it’s because since I was five, it’s always been music, dance classes and acting. I’ve not had any time to properly learn.

“I did my first dish the other day – chicken in a bag! I made some sweet potato fries. But Ollie’s a really good cook so I just let him get on with it.”

TV3 Xposé Entertainment

Aug 19
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They have been dating for four years now, but Pixie Lott and Oliver Cheshire aren’t ready to tie the knot just yet.

While he is totally besotted with his pop princess girlfriend, Oliver, 26, told Attitude magazine that the couple are too busy with their respective careers to think about getting married.

“We’re both still young, she’s 23, I’m 26,” the male model said. “I think a lot of people rush in crazy to stuff, which is fine, you can do, if that suits you. But why change it, if we’re happy at the moment?”

He added, “We are both very career driven at the moment. Pixie’s got her new album out and I’m busy flying about everywhere. We’re both happy with the way things are. We live together, we see our friends a lot… we’re always going out for dates and nice dinners.”

That’s not to say that we won’t be hearing wedding bells in the future for the young couple. Oliver recently told the Mirror that he definitely wants to marry the blonde star.

“We’re both very career driven, but soon,” he said. “Obviously I’d love to marry her. I love her.”

He also hopes to start a family in the future. “I’d love kids with her, of course,” he continued. “All my family have got loads of kids. That’s what we’re on the planet to do. I’d like three or four. And I like the name Rupert for a boy.”


Aug 17
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The All About Tonight singer is in the final stages of negotiations and expected to sign on the dotted line over the next few days.

Stunning blonde Pixie, 23, has been hand-picked by producers to bring glamour and sex appeal to the show.

In a recent interview Pixie, who has scored three UK No.1 singles, said: “I would love to do Strictly. I think most girls would jump at the chance.”

The Daily Star Sunday can also reveal that Pixie WILL be joined on the show by axed Xtra Factor host Caroline Flack, 34, who will now help the BBC hit go head-to-head in its annual ratings war with rival X Factor.

Our Strictly source said: “Producers think Pixie is perfect for Strictly. She’s sexy and stunning, yet is very classy which is what ballroom dancing is all about.

“Pixie has a young fan base and execs are hoping she will bring in some younger viewers to help beat X Factor in the ratings again.

“Not only will she be a huge hit with the male viewers, she’s also very much a girly girl so bosses expect her to do well.

“She’s had some previous dance experience from performing so she could be a good bet for an early winner.

“It’s not a done deal yet but everyone concerned is confident Pixie will be on the show.

“Bosses are also confident of signing Caroline.

“Not only would she sex things up but getting her to jump ship from X Factor would be a huge taking point for the show.”

The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge has become the first celebrity to confirm she will waltz onto the start line.

Other famous faces rumoured to be taking part include Kelly Brook’s ex-Thom Evans, former TOWIE star Mark Wright, Andy Murray’s mum Judy, actress Michelle Collins and actor Ross Kemp.

Regular judges Len Goodman, Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell and Bruno Tonioli all return.

And Claudia Winkleman with form an all-female presenting double act Tess Daly after replacing retired Strictly legend Bruce Fortsyth.

Daily Star

Aug 16
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Pixie Lott has admitted that she doesn’t listen to her own music.

The singer – who released her new self-titled album earlier this month – reasoned that it would be strange to listen to her own albums outside of performing them.

“I don’t really listen to any of my songs,” Lott told Digital Spy. “I think it would be a bit weird actually if I did. I don’t know if other artists do.

“I listen to my songs if I’ve just written and I have to pick if it’s gonna make it on the album obviously. And I listen to the songs on the album and make sure I’m 100% happy with them, but after that I wouldn’t sit there and play my songs.”

Pixie Lott will perform on the MTV Stage at V Festival in Chelmsford this afternoon (August 16), before playing at their Staffordshire site tomorrow.

Justin Timberlake and The Killers will headline this year’s V Festival, with further performances from Lily Allen, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and Paolo Nutini.

Digital Spy

Aug 8
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Chart star Pixie Lott thrilled fans in Scotland yesterday as she arrived in Glasgow to sign copies of her self-titled new album.

The singer turned up at Glasgow’s Argyle Street HMV where hundreds of fans had queued for the chance to meet her.

As well as promoting her self-titled album, Pixie, 23, gave her support to Action For Children in Scotland.

She donated two signed guitars to the charity who run dozens of services to help families in crisis, children with disabilities and the homeless.

Pixie told The Razz: “I had my album launch on Tuesday and it went great so it was great to come up to Scotland and to be back in Glasgow for the album signing.

“I met people from the charity and signed a couple of guitars.

“I was asked if I could get involved and I said, of course. It’s great to be able to help out.”

Pixie handed over the instruments to Kimberly Wallace, Dominika Niziolek and Zabih Sibbiqi, all 18, who are young leaders with the charity.

Dominika said: “It was a great experience. It is one of my dreams to meet Pixie and because of Action For Children I got the chance.

“She gave me an autograph and a signed poster and CD.”

The guitars will be auctioned at Action For Children’s Gleneagles Golf Day on August 29, and the charity’s Never Mind The Business event on September 25 at Glasgow’s Hilton Hotel.

A spokesman said: “The guitars will raise vital funds for Action For Children Scotland who help more than 8000 young people and families.”

Next up for Pixie is V Festival in Chelmsford.

She said: “That’s going to be great because I go there every year and my family go. It’s going to be like a holiday.”

Daily Record

Aug 7
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Pixie Lott has revealed that she recently spoke to Justin Bieber about his apparent on/off girlfriend Selena Gomez.

The celebrity couple were thought to be single, but occasional photos posted on Instagram seemed to suggest that they might be back on.

Speaking to the Metro, Pixie Lott said that she encountered Bieber earlier this year whilst in Monaco – but it seems they just spoke about Gomez.

She said: “When I was in the South of France I bumped into Justin Bieber and we were both talking about how elegant and beautiful [Selena] is.”

Lott and Gomez previously collaborated on the latter’s 2011 track ‘We Own The Night’ and speaking about their duet, the Brit added:

“I think she is so lovely and beautiful. She is really talented. Selena recorded a song I had written and she left my parts in on the middle eight so it ended up being Selena Gomez featuring Pixie Lott.”


Aug 5
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Given that my “5 Minutes With” features are virtually always fashion industry specific, it might seem unexpected to be interviewing Pixie Lott. Then again if there’s one thing the singer knows and loves – aside from music, obvs – it’s clothes. Back in the day she designed those sell out collections for Lipsy but more recently Pixie’s been rocking endless amounts of Moschino and has a collection of co-ords that causes me major outfit envy every time we cross paths… Five words: pink fur trimmed shorts suit. I can’t remember what event she rocked this particular ensemble at but I was practically seething with jealousy. With Pixie Lott’s latest and by all accounts most impressive album yet launching this very evening I thought now would be the perfect moment for a chat with her about favourite designers, regrettable outfit choices and merging style with sound…

Since releasing your first smash hit in 2009, you’ve become almost as well known for your style as your music. Has fashion always been something you’ve been interested in?
I’ve always loved fashion so am pleased I can have fun with it alongside my music too. Music will always be my number one and favourite thing to do but I absolutely love fashion and think they go hand in hand really well.

As someone in the public eye, the clothes you wear attract a certain amount of scrutiny. How does this affect your style choices?
I think I just have to be more careful of how I get out of a taxi or if I’m wearing a mini skirt! I have learnt now and always wear some hotpants under dresses or skirts no matter how short they are, just incase! I also have become more aware of certain outfit choices that look fine in the house when getting ready but when the cameras flash they go see-through – so I double check now!

Which designers or brands do you most like to wear and why?
I love so many different designers for different reasons but to name just a few of my favourites… Dolce and Gabbana for their elegant style that always fits the best, Moschino for their class but with a quirky twist, Chanel for their timeless pieces but also for their new stuff that has an edge, Christopher Kane for his fun and unique styles particularly the 60s designs, Miu Miu and Prada for their new and old classics and Versace for the more seductive numbers.

I can imagine that being on stage in front of thousands presents a whole range of dressing challenges and potential wardrobe malfunctions. How do you choose what to wear to perform?
It always depends on what type of show I’m doing to decide what outfit I’m going to wear. For the festivals and big shows, I think it’s better to go more fun and to wear something more out there than I would for the casual, acoustic performance. When it’s stripped back, I like to keep it all about the music but when it’s a bigger stage or crowd it’s fun to make it more of a show and customise some pieces. One of my recent fun and favourite outfits was at G-A-Y, where we had a customised Austin Powers vibe two piece made with baby blue fluff all over the bra top and edges of the shorts. If you can’t have fun with your outfit choice at G-A-Y – where can you?!

Are there any particular collections or trends you’re loving this season?
The era of the 60s/70s will always be my favourite as I love all the girls and photography from back then so I’m pleased there’s a hint of the 70s scooting about at the moment. There are lots of flares and wide collared shirts that I spy and that’s definitely a trend I’ll be sporting too. I did see the womens pre collection of Moschino at L:CM recently and I loved the 90s feel too – my favourite pieces were the colourful swimsuits. Also, something I’m into, to toughen up the usual girly sandal for the summer, is a much chunkier sole.

If you could only save three things from your wardrobe from a fire, which would you pick?
My Miu Miu cat print shoes, My vintage Chanel two piece (I’ve had for a year and still haven’t worn!) and then more sentimental items like my Nan’s jewellery.

I think it’s safe to say that most, if not all of us have made some dubious style choices in our time. Myself, I was very into orange fake tan, body con and poorly applied glittery eye makeup as a teenager. What has been your biggest fashion faux pas?
I think one of my worst was growing up at school and trying to cut myself a fringe.. I chose to use the blunt, kitchen scissors and you can’t even imagine how bad it looked – it couldn’t be fixed till I grew it out…

Your forthcoming album, Pixie Lott, sees you moving away from the pop tracks that launched your career and towards a more soulful sound described as your ‘most personal record to date.’ Do you think your style has, or will, change to reflect this?
I think by going more into this direction with this album it will just allow me to embrace the 60s even more so with my fashion choices. The soul music I love and grew up listening to is from that era so it’s great that I can incorporate my style in with this sound. It’s still a modern take of my influences growing up so that’s the vibe of my image too.

La Petite Anglaise

Aug 4
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Her classy self-titled third album, out today, pays homage to the soul greats that have influenced her.

But it’s made her cringe a bit about her past.

Pixie, 23, told me: “My early songs sound so young, especially my first album. There was a song on there that I had co-written when I was 14 and my voice sounds so young.

“I think this new album represents me the best – it’s my most personal and mature.”

Pixie is a passionate soul fan and fought hard to change her sound on this new album.

She explained: “Stylistically it has the same sound throughout, which is the first time I’ve ever done that.

“I was meant to make a soul album last time but it ended up half and half – I did stuff with Stevie Wonder and John Legend, but the other half was dancey pop.

“I’m pleased I stuck to my guns this time.”

As she gets older Pixie is more aware of what makes a pop classic and what doesn’t.

“I do think there is a lot of disposable stuff around now compared to the Motown era,” she said.

Her two biggest inspirations for the new music were Otis Redding and Candi Staton.

The Bromley belle added: “I feel like these soul legends taught me how to sing.”

Daily Star

Jul 17
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After half a decade in the music industry, it seems like just yesterday when Pixie Lott exploded onto the scene and now five years into her career, she doesn’t seem ready to let go just yet.

With her brand new single scheduled for release at the end of July, a new album finished and prepared to drop in August and more, Pixie’s career is on fire and the star is shining brighter than ever.

FemaleFirst got the opportunity to chat to Pixie about her time in the industry so far, what to expect from her new music and much more in an exclusive interview.

You’re to release your new single ‘Lay Me Down’ at the end of the month, what is it about this song that you love?
I wanted my second single to have a bit of tempo so people can dance to it if they want, but the reason why I loved it was because it’s sort of got a moody, mysterious vibe to it, I thought when I heard it.

The lyric is a bit more meaningful, it’s a bit more heartfelt than my previous single ‘Nasty’ which was complete fun, a funky fun number, but this lyric is a bit more meaningful yeah.

So I just thought it would be a good second single to get people excited for the album and then I can release my ballads as my third single.

How was the experience of filming the music video for the track in Cannes?
Oh I loved it, I’ve never been to the south of France before and then I got to go twice in one week, because I had to go for something else as well, and it’s a beautiful place, I loved it, even if I wasn’t in the video and had nothing going on, if they just took footage of the scenery I would have been happy, just because it’s so beautiful there.

What should fans expect from the other tracks on your forthcoming self-titled album?
The soulful sound is the whole way through, which is exciting for me because it’s my favourite style of music and I really get to sing in it. All of the songs have that style and I am so excited to perform them live with my band, we’ve got a brass section so I can really get into it! The first time I’ll be doing that will be at my album launch which will be the week of the release.

What’s the process like when putting together a new album?
Every process has been different. This process has been my favourite because it’s my favourite style of music so I feel it’s most like me. I’ve worked with a smaller group of people so I’ve really got to make it personal and really get to know the writers and producers and play off on them, whereas in the past on my other albums I worked with tonnes of people and I’d be out in LA for two months, and I’d be working with a different person every single day, so it’s a bit of a crazy experience, so I actually prefer working with a smaller group of people – it feels more natural.

Did you end up having to cut quite a lot of tracks?
Yes I did, I recorded tonnes of stuff and I’ve written tonnes of stuff, so that’s always hard to pick just 12 songs for the album, and of course they’ll be tonnes of songs on my iTunes that no-one will get to hear which is a shame, but again yeah, it has been my most favourite process of making an album this time round.

What do you think of emerging British talent nowadays such as Ella Henderson and Ella Eyre?
I think there’s some real great talents around, and it’s great to hear people with amazing voices.

I’m really interested with new talents and stuff like that, because I run a little acoustic night at my local pub, and it’s completely just for fun to get new artists heard by music industry people and meet other musicians etc.

Every month me and my best friend find four new talents whether it’s word of mouth, or through YouTube or something, and they come down and play their new material just for fun and meet new people, and every month we do it for a different charity and try to raise money as well.

What advice do you have for young aspiring singers?
I think it is to go for every opportunity and every audition, every open-mic night like the night me and my friend put on, and if you can’t imagine doing anything else it’s working hard, writing, meeting as many people as you can in the industry and just not giving up because everybody has set-backs and I think that’s when it’s easy to just stop, but it is possible for anyone to achieve, so I think you’ve gotta just keep it up.

Has the time since your debut seemed to fly by?
It has flown by since my debut but it also feels like I’ve done so much in that amount of years. Because I’ve always been singing and making music and trying to be an artist, from as young as I can remember, it also feels like a really long time, but yeah I can’t imagine doing anything else anyway.

How would you say you’ve evolved as an artist?
I think I’ve just matured. I think this album sounds more mature, I think I just learned more and obviously my first single came out when I was 18, so hopefully I’ve learned a few life lessons since then, and I’d like to think I’m not as naive as maybe I was when I first started out, so just learning a few things along the way.

If you could work with anybody going forward, who would you choose and why?
Current people, I would like to work with Bruno Mars, who wouldn’t? But also it’s fun when people from different genres get together so it would be great to work with a dance producer or an indie band or someone that’s not expected, that would be fun.

You’ve grown such a strong fanbase of millions, have you ever received any strange fan gifts?
I always get the best gifts from them! I absolutely love them. The best fan books, loads of amazing memories and cute little things like accessories.

Recently I just got back off holiday and I saw a few of them at the airport, and they’d made me a little holiday hamper and it had a special Tinkerbell towel, and a beach hat, and they made me a special cat pillow, so it’s all really cute stuff!

Finally what should we expect from you in the coming months?
Well I think definitely the single and the album are gonna be the main focus, and just a few shows that are coming up like my album launch, and I’m gonna do a few shows in Soho I think, and then my third single will be out after my album, and I’ll be doing festivals like V Festival! Still running my acoustic nights for the new singers, but yeah the main focus is gonna be on the album and making sure people can hear it!


Jul 17
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The 23-year-old pop beauty reckons Chez Fe-Vez, 31, has her ideal picture of marriage set in her head after she got it wrong with Ashley Cole first time around.

‘Maybe she just knows that it’s right? Every situation is different for different people. Maybe she just wants to settle down and have babies,’ Lott told Metro.

However the Kiss The Stars singer admitted she wasn’t yet considering taking the plunge with her 26-year-old model beau but is quite a good matchmaker.

‘I set one of my best friends, Carla, up with my other friend Oss,’ she explained.

‘I had a song called Broken Arrow and Ossian is the boy in the video I do the dance partner work with. We were already friends at school but then we met up again through the video and we became good friends again.

‘Then it was Carla’s birthday so I told him to come down and they got on like a house on fire.

‘Two weeks after I was on tour and booked them both to be dancers so they were together every day on tour and now they’ve been together for four years.’

Lott, whose new single Lay Me Down is out a week on Sunday is so confident about her Cupid abilities she thinks she should be commissioned to bring love alive.

‘I should have a TV show. I could bring people together on tour – it’s worked in the past. I could match-make people in the crowd,’ she laughed.

Metro News

Jul 11
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The biggest club match in world rugby just got bigger!

Last season when Saracens faced Harlequins at Wembley Stadium the match which had already attracted a world record crowd in 2012 smashed its own record.

And in 2015 the North London club intend to put on another wonderful show for fans with music star Pixie Lott confirmed to perform at the fixture.

Saracens Chairman Nigel Wray admits he is already anticipating another show-piece event.

“Saracens playing Harlequins at Wembley has become a calendar event on the sporting calendar,” he said, “we look forward to another wonderful occasion.”

Wembley Stadium

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

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