I’ve uploaded pictures of Pixie arriving at National History Museum in London yesterday. Check them out below.
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.
Pixie did another eye-catching photoshoot with Simon Harris for Grazia Spain. Check out the pictures below.
Ben Falk, the director of “Lay Me Down”, recently talked to Asylum Films about Pixie and the concept of the video.
“Pixie told us she wanted the video to evoke the glamour of Brigitte Bardot. What better place to do that, than the Cote D’Azur? The light, the sea and the surroundings were exactly what was required.
“Bardot’s life contained as much anguish as happiness and we were keen to look at the sadness behind her smile. To do this we portrayed Pixie as a lonely actress, isolated by her fame despite the beauty and apparent romance of her surroundings”.
I’ve uploaded lots of pictures of Pixie and her mom arriving at the train station and meeting fans in Manchester. Check out the pictures of them below.