Pixie Lott began her music career at the age of 15. She then catapulted to worldwide fame in 2009 with the release of her debut album, Turn It Up. The album reached Multi-Platinum status on the strength of five consecutive top 20 singles, which included the smash hit debut single, ‘Mama Do’. After Turn It Up, Pixie released Young Foolish Happy 2011, which spawned her biggest number one hit to date- “All About Tonight”, which gained success in many countries and remained the number one most played song on Japanese radio for six weeks. Pixie’s third, self-titled, studio album, Pixie Lott was released in 2014 and became her third top album.
Out of Pixie’s three successful albums, all delivered UK number- one singles, selling over four million singles, numerous worldwide tours and sold 1.6 million albums worldwide. Her songs have been used as the soundtrack to countless movies and she has received in excess of 60million YouTube views. She is four-time BRIT Award nominee and the winner of two MTV European Music Awards.
She has graced the covers of L’Officiel, Cosmopolitan, Notion, Marie Claire and many more.
Pixie has also acted as a guest judge on 2010 series of ITV’s The X Factor and performed on television shows around the globe. Her most recent televised performances include The Festival of Remembrance, VE Day and The Pride Of Britain Awards.
In 2014, Pixie competed in the BBC’s hit show Strictly Come Dancing, where her impressive dance skills demonstrated there were more strings to her bow.
Tatler have recently named Pixie in their 2016 list of “People Who Matter”.
Last year in 2015 Pixie was thrilled to make her debut as Holly Golightly in the West End Musical, Breakfast At Tiffany’s.
Pixie is an ambassador/ Patron to the Princess Trust, Cardiac Risk in the Young Rays of Sunshine and Well Child charities as well as supporting numerous other charities.