Pixie Lott began her music career at the age of 15, when she was discovered by record producer LA Reid. Signed to Universal Music, 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 number 1 single, ‘Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)’ and ‘Boys & Girls’, her second number 1 single.
Following Turn It Up, Pixie released Young Foolish Happy in 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, was released in 2014 and featured her seventh Top 10 single. She is currently working between London and Los Angeles on her fourth studio album and has played some of the UK’s biggest festivals last Summer.
Pixie has delivered 3 UK number-one singles, sold over four million tracks, embarked on numerous worldwide tours, sold 2 million albums worldwide and written songs for some of the world’s biggest stars including Selena Gomez and South Korean girlband Girls Generation. Pixie has collaborated with legendary artists Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie and John Legend, as well as KPop supergroup Big Bang (GD and Top) – their song reached #1 in South Korea and Singapore. Her songs have been used as the soundtrack to countless movies and she has received in excess of 70 million YouTube views. She is a four-time BRIT Award nominee and the winner of two MTV European Music Awards.
Pixie is no stranger to the world of TV – she was a guest judge on ITV’s The X Factor and has performed on some of the biggest television shows around the globe. Pixie has been a Coach on The Voice Kids UK from 2017, and it is now in its fourth series. Pixie was the winning coach on the first two series of The Voice Kids UK in 2017 and 2018 and just recently, she was the winning coach on series 4 in 2020.
Pixie starred as Holly Golightly in Richard Greenberg’s adaptation of Breakfast At Tiffany’s, the classic tale written by Truman Capote. Pixie wowed the critics, receiving numerous 5* reviews and sold out shows all over the country, including a 12 week run in London’s West End.
Pixie has also built a huge name for herself in the world of fashion. She made her catwalk debut when she was asked to walk the runway for Dolce and Gabbana in Milan and has performed at their various events. She has also performed at Fendi’s Paris Fashion Week Show in front of the legendary Karl Lagerfeld and also for Moschino during Milan Fashion Week. Pixie has also covered some of the biggest fashion magazines around the globe including Paper, Wonderland, In Style, Grazia, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Vanity Fair, Interview, L’Officiel and Marie Claire. She is currently working with Tommy Hilfiger.
Pixie is an Ambassador/Patron to the Princes Trust, Cardiac Risk in the Young, Rays of Sunshine, Wellchild and Alzheimers Research UK and she regularly supports the causes close to her heart. Pixie also brings her experience and expertise to her own performing arts school, Pixie Lott Performing Arts Academy which she opened in 2015 and hopes to give talented young children a fantastic opportunity to succeed. Pixie also co-runs a regular unsigned acoustic night, Ellaguru, to help give promising young artists an exciting live platform and the chance to meet key industry contacts.
Pixie started a podcast during lockdown talking to fashion icons, actors and musicians about
their most transformative year. It featured top supermodel Coco Rocha, world renowned fashion photographer Rankin, british musician Tom Grennan, Hollywood actor Gregg Sulkin, 2020’s rising star Brit nominee Joy Crookes and one of Africa’s biggest singing superstars, Yemi Alade.