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Pixie Lott's live therapy
Pixie Lott said playing live stops her from going crazy.
The 'Mamma Do' singer lets herself go when she's on stage, and said she wouldn't be able to cope with her hectic life - which includes acting and modelling as well as singing - without being able to perform.
She told website rte.ie: "Playing live is the best! That's my favourite. I think if I didn't get to do shows I probably wouldn't be able to keep up with all the craziness. Yeah, the gigs and shows are the best.
While Pixie added she has more acting work coming up, she always puts music first and is already planning to cut herself off in order to write her second album.
She added: "I don't have as much time as I used to because I was solely just working on the album, which is what I'm going to do for the second album, really focus and be in the studio for ages. But when there's little moments here and there I always still want to write."
A repackaged and expanded edition of Pixie's debut album, called 'Turn It Up Louder', which includes eight new tracks and covers of Kings Of Leon's 'Use Somebody' and David Guetta's 'When Love Takes Over' is available now.Posted on 29 Oct 2010 06:45 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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