Pixie Lott is a princess of pop like a Barbie doll

Beauty-wise, Pixie Lott left her hair loose and kept her make-up simple with a little pink lipstick to finish the look and look like a Barbie doll.

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Pixie Lott’s career started in 2009 when she obtained a new contract from Mercury Records in the United Kingdom and another from Interscope Records in the United States of America.

Pixie Lott

On June 8, 2009, she released her debut single, Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh), which entered the list of top sellers on the iTunes Store and ranked first among the best-selling singles in the UK with over 50,000 copies, also climbing the rankings around the world. The British newspaper Daily Mail called her “the princess of pop” and “the British answer to Lady Gaga“.

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On August 15th she was selected to sing in front of 15,000 people at the MTV World Stage in Malaysia, while on the 5th of September 2009 the second single Boys and Girls was released, which immediately reached the first position in the United Kingdom and remarkable results in the world rankings.

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This was followed by the debut album Turn It Up, released worldwide between 2009 and 2010. The album is certified Gold in the United Kingdom with over 170,000 copies sold.

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Pixie Lott also wrote the song You Broke My Heart for Alexandra Burke, the piece Alone for the Girls Can’t Catch, the two songs No Good for Me and Promises, Promises for the Dutch Lisa Hordijk. In October she sang also in the song I Got Soul for War Child.

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On November 23, 2009, the third Cry Me Out was also released, accompanied by a video shot in Cuba by director Jake Nava, while the single reached the twelfth position in the British standings. In the same month, Pixie won the MTV Europe Music Awards 2009 for the Best UK & Ireland Act and was also nominated for Best Push Artist.

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In March 2010, the fourth single was released, Gravity, which enjoyed great success reaching # 20 in U.K and # 42 in Ireland.

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In May she recorded the piece Live for the Moment for the soundtrack of the movie StreetDance 3D and in the summer he released a fifth single: Turn It Up, with a single version slightly different from the one included in the album.

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Pixie also launched a clothing brand called “Lipsy” and also starred as “Judy” in the comedy film Fred: The Movie, released in US theaters on September 18, 2010.

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In October she published the single Broken Arrow, which anticipates the re-release of the album Turn It Up Louder. The re-edition contains ten unreleased tracks, including a duet with Jason Derulo titled Coming Home. In November she also started her first tour for the United Kingdom called The Crazy Cats Tour. Subsequently a videoclip was also recorded for the song Can not Make This Over, which did not see any single publication.

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On September 2, 2011, the first single from the singer’s second album All About Tonight is officially released. Despite the very different sounds from those previously proposed, the single turned out to be a great success and reached # 1 in the UK and # 9 in Ireland. To anticipate the album, a second single is released on November 4, 2011: What Do You Take Me For?, duet with rapper Pusha T. The piece gets a good success by entering the top 10 in the UK.

Pixie Lott

Pixie’s second album, Young Foolish Happy, is released under the Mercury Records label on November 11, 2011 in Ireland and November 14 in the UK.

Pixie Lott

Anticipated by the singles Nasty and Lay Me Down, on August 1, 2014, the artist’s third studio album, the eponymous Pixie Lott, is published. The record does not get the success of the previous ones, but manages to reach the number 15 position in the United Kingdom.

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On November 24, 2014 the singer releases her first greatest hits, called Platinum Pixie: Hits. The album is preceded by the single “Caravan of love“, cover of the 1985 hit by the Isley-Jasper-Isley group.

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The album also includes all of its singles, except “What Do You Take Me For?” and “Lay Me Down”.