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Pixie Lott Biography
- Victoria Louise "Pixie" Lott (born 12 January 1991) is an English singer-songwriter, dancer and actress. Her debut single "Mama Do" was released in June 2009 and went straight to number one in the UK Singles Chart. Her second single "Boys and Girls", also topped the UK charts in September 2009. Her debut album Turn It Up was released in September 2009. It reached number six on the UK Albums Chart, spawned five consecutive Top 20 singles, and sold over a million copies. Her second album, Young Foolish Happy, was released on 14 November 2011. "All About Tonight", the first single from that album, entered the charts at number one on 17 September 2011, making it her third UK number one hit.
Pixie was born in Bromley and initially lived in Petts Wood and then Bickley, all suburban areas of London. Her mother gave her the nickname Pixie because she was "such a tiny, cute baby who looked like a fairy". She started singing in her church school and when she was five she attended the Italia Conti Associates Saturday school in Chislehurst. She went on to attend the main school Ã¢Â€Â“ Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts Ã¢Â€Â“ at 11, where she was awarded a scholarship. At the age of 13, Lott moved with her family to Brentwood. During her time as a student she appeared in the West End production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the London Palladium, and in BBC One's Celebrate the Sound of Music in 2005, aged 14, as Louisa von Trapp. At the age of 14, she was part of the chorus, recording vocals on Roger Waters's opera ÃƒÂ‡a Ira. Despite missing school time because she was recording her album, Lott says she received straight 'A' grades in her GCSEs. She was voted No.Â 45 in 2010, No.Â 31 in 2011 and No.Â 12 in 2012 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women list.
Pixie Lott Filmography
- (2013) Sweet Baby Jesus as Mary
- (2012) Fruit Shoot Skills Awards 2012 as Herself
- (2012) The BRITs Red Carpet 2012 as Herself
- (2011) Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred as Judy (uncredited)
- (2011) Sadie J as Herself
- (2011) The Itch of the Golden Nit as (voice)
- (2011) The Royal Variety Performance 2011 as Herself - Performer
- (2010) Almost Famous III as Herself (archive footage)
- (2010) Brit Awards 2010 as Herself
- (2010) Daybreak as Herself
- (2010) Fred: The Movie as Judy
- (2010) iTunes Festival London 2010 as (archive footage)
- (2010) iTunes Festival London 2010 as Herself
- (2010) Louis Walsh & Kian Egan's Next Big Thing - Wonderland as Herself
- (2010) Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2010 as Herself
- (2010) Radio 1's Big Weekend as Herself
- (2010) The Brit Awards 2010 Launch Party as Herself
- (2010) The Michael Ball Show as Herself
- (2010) V Festival 2010: Live as Herself
- (2009) Alan Carr: Chatty Man as Herself
- (2009) Aloha! as Herself
- (2009) Hollyoaks Music Show as Herself
- (2009) Let's Dance for Comic Relief as Herself
- (2009) Live from Studio Five as Herself
- (2009) Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow as Herself
- (2009) MTV Live Sessions as Herself
- (2009) Premios Principales 2009 as Herself - Presenter
- (2009) The Variety Club Showbiz Awards 2009 as Herself - Caron Keating Breakthrough Talent Awardee/Performer
- (2008) Britannia High as Herself
- (2008) Peter live as Herself - Guest
- (2007) Britain's Got More Talent as Herself
- (2007) Britain's Got Talent as Herself - Special Guest
- (2007) Sound as Herself
- (2007) The Alan Titchmarsh Show as Herself
- (2007) The Graham Norton Show as Herself
- (2007) Xposé as Herself
- (2006) Dancing on Ice as Herself
- (2006) Genie in the House as Dancer
- (2006) Genie in the House as Guest
- (2006) Schlag den Raab as Herself
- (2005) Celebrate the Sound of Music as Von Trapp Child
- (2004) Dancing with the Stars as Herself
- (2004) Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two as Herself
- (2004) The X Factor as Herself - Guest Judge
- (2004) The Xtra Factor as Herself
- (2002) Boogie as Herself
- (2001) Friday Night with Jonathan Ross as Herself
- (2000) Breakfast as Herself - Singer (archive footage)
- (2000) Breakfast as Herself - Singer/Songwriter
- (1999) Loose Women as Herself - Performer
- (1999) Loose Women as Performer
- (1998) Sky News: Sunrise as Herself
- (1996) Never Mind the Buzzcocks as Herself
- (1982) Waratte iitomo! as Herself
- (1980) Children in Need as Herself - Performer
Pixie Lott Trivia and Facts
- (2009) Won Best UK & Ireland New Act and Best Push Artist. She was in the shortlist for Best European Act, but did not make the final five. She was also nominated for Best New Act, MTV Europe Music Awards.
- Her first single Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh) hit the number one spot in the UK Singles Chart on 14 July 2009 with 200,000 copies sold. Its music video, directed by Trudy Bellinger, was released in Lotts MySpace and has gained in excess of two million views on YouTube.
- Before being hired by Mercury Records, L.A. Reid heard her demos and signed her to Island Def Jam, but resulting of switches of managers a bidding war ensued she left the recording label.
- It was her mother, Beverley, who nicknamed her Pixie because, according to her, she was a tiny, cute baby who looked like a fairy.
- She is of partial Italian descent.
- Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh) was also recorded in Simlish for the game Electronic Arts The Sims 3.
- The directors of her music videos were Trudy Bellinger in Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh), Diane Martel in Boys and Girls and Jake Nava in Cry Me Out.
- On 21 December 2009 she released Turn It Up Deluxe Edition featuring 6 additional tracks, including a cover of Use Somebody by Kings of Leon which reached position 52 in UK Singles Chart.
- During her first full British tour, played her first festival concert in the Big Top at the Isle of Wight Festival 2009 where she supported The Saturdays on The Work Tour.
- Has written songs for other singers such like X Factors winner Alexandra Burke for her debut album Overcome with You Broke My Heart; and a song for Girls Cant Catch titled Happy Alone, which was featured as a free Christmas present download on their website. She also wrote two tracks on Lisa Hordijk - the Dutch X Factors winners album, they are titled No Good For Me and Promises, Promises.
- Ranked #31 in the 2011 FHM list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".
- Counts Stevie Wonder as one of her all-time favorite artists.
Pixie Lott Other Works
- (2009) CD: "Turn It Up", 2009 (Mercury). This is her first studio album. Singles (with music video) released from the album, so far, are: "Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)" (2009), "Boys and Girls" (2009), "Cry Me Out" (2009) and "Gravity" (2010).