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Victoria Louise (Pixie) Lott (b. January 12, 1991) is an English pop singer, songwriter, dancer and actress as well as the occasional model and fashion designer.

Born in Kent and attending the prestigious Italia Conti stage school until she was 18 (where she received roles in stage productions ''TheSoundOfMusic'' and ''Film/ChittyChittyBangBang''), she first came to prominence in mid-2009 with her debut single "Mama Do", which was the first time a British female in the TurnOfTheMillennium who was not from a RealityShow or TalentShow scored a debut number one. She released her debut album, ''Turn It Up'', in September that year. It peaked at number six on the British albums chart and eventually went two times platinum. She released her follow-up album, ''Young Foolish Happy'' in November 2011. As of 2012, it has been certified Gold.

She released her third, self-titled album on the 1st of August 2014.

Though she is known throughout the UK, Europe and parts of Asia as being a popstar, in North America she is better known for her role as Judy in the {{Fred}} movie (her film debut).

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Discography:
* ''Turn It Up'' (2009)
** ''[[UpdatedRerelease Turn It Up Louder]]'' (2010)
* ''Young Foolish Happy'' (2011)
* ''[[SelfTitledAlbum Pixie Lott]]'' (2014)
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!!Tropes about this musician and actor include:
* FourOneNineScam: Her official site and her {{Facebook}} page are constant victims of this trope, especially the malware part. Her Facebook page is '''not''' recommended to visit, you may get malware from this.
* AlbumTitleDrop:
--> '''''Turn it up, turn it up''''' ''for the people that say/we're moving on and we'll be okay''...
* AmbiguouslyBi: In late 2009-early 2010, when Pixie was still single, she said something along the lines of "keeping her options open" and "seeing boys and girls" in a couple of interviews. Then there is [[http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/bizarre/2650462/Pixie-Lott-proves-she-has-a-thing-for-Boys-And-Girls.html this photo]], where she kissed a female friend in a nightclub [[GirlOnGirlIsHot to the delight of many male onlookers]].
* AscendedExtra: A backing dancer from the "What Do You Take Me For" video had people ''wanting to know her identity''. In any case, [[http://img19.imageshack.us/img19/5503/screenshot20130507at220.png here's her photo]] (she's the one with a somewhat mardy expression and cropped black hair).
* AudienceParticipationSong: "Rolling Stone" is this by design, with its middle eight full of ''na-na-na''-s.
* BackToFront: The music video for "Can't Make This Over".
* BlindWithoutEm: She wears contact lenses, and once told of an incident when she left them behind when holidaying in Europe. When she's "off-duty", she wears normal glasses, [[http://www.google.com.au/imgres?imgurl=http://www.zeromakeup.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/pixie-lott-no-makeup.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.zeromakeup.com/pixie-lott-no-makeup&h=297&w=450&sz=37&tbnid=J8IM4IvP7f5MEM:&tbnh=75&tbnw=114&zoom=1&usg=__gup8K8RbDcX8RZeU3I-mms3GWSU=&docid=hHSV03cw_diaTM&hl=en&sa=X&ei=EpPJUKrJIu2QiAfQz4CQAw&sqi=2&ved=0CKMBEP4dMBA as seen here]].
* BreakUpSong: Being a pop artist, she has quite a few of these: "Cry Me Out" (which is more of a TakeThat to her former lover), "Jack", "Broken Arrow", "Catching Snowflakes", "Dancing On My Own", "Turn it Up", "Without You", "My Love", "Everybody Hurts Sometimes", "Black as Rain", "We Just Go On" [[LongList ...]]
* BSide: "Mama Do" had "Want You" and "Use Somebody" where "Boys and Girls" had "If I Changed". All of her other B-sides are either acoustic versions or remixes.
* BunnyEarsLawyer: For someone presented as a fashion-loving, not-too-bright popstar, she's actually very industrious. She's only ever cancelled one show proper, and that was due to the death of her nan. Unfortunately, her promotional tour of Australia in 2009 suffered due to a bad case of the flu.
* TheCameo: StevieWonder plays harmonica in "Stevie on the Radio". Working with him was definitely a [[AscendedFangirl fangirl moment]] for her.
* CatGirl: Has a penchant for wearing cat ears.
* CelebCrush: Has admitted to having ones on ZacEfron, RobertPattinson and RussellBrand.
** The latter also apparently flirted with Pixie in 2009 before he met KatyPerry. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen She was essentially]] [[MyBelovedSmother forced by her mum]] [[MeddlingParents to turn him down]].
*** And let's not even go into how many celebrities have admitted to having a crush on ''her''...
* CelebrityEndorsement: For Nokia, Baby G watches, Guitar Hero, Citroen, Samsung and of course Lipsy and Rock 'N Rose.
** She also recorded a CoverVersion of Shanice's "I Love Your Smile" for Colgate.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Oh, ''God'', yeah. Her {{Twitter}} page contains a lot of references to "catties" with added [[VerbalTic "wowops"]] and "agagas". Her supermodel boyfriend Oliver Cheshire isn't immune to this either.
* CharityMotivationSong: Recorded an anti-bullying track called "Get Weak" at the age of fifteen. However, [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes the song wasn't properly released until late 2010]]. She also featured on the song "I Got Soul" for Warchild.
* CoverVersion: Does this a fair bit, mostly with acoustic covers. Her most famous one is her cover of the Kings of Leon track "Use Somebody", which actually charted at #52 on UK iTunes around the same time "Mama Do" debuted at number one.
** TheCoverChangesTheMeaning and TheCoverChangesTheGender: Of Music/BrunoMars ' "When I Was Your Man" as "When You Were My Man". The song was changed from a guy lamenting his breakup to a girl iterating what he did for her to break up with him.
* CutSong: [[http://pixielott.forums.umusic.co.uk/t/4.aspx?PageIndex=2 This]] thread contains a comprehensive list of songs which did not make ''Turn It Up''. As expected from an album 4-5 years in the making, there are quite a few.
** Also, the song "Young, Foolish, Happy" was [[http://www.bionicgeneration.com/tracklist-pixie-lott-young-foolish-happy/ originally]] on the album-of-the-same-name's track listing, but it was cut in favour of adding another song called "Love You to Death".
* DancingIsSeriousBusiness: The videos for "Mama Do", "All About Tonight" and "Turn It Up".
* DarkerAndEdgier: Pixie's third album is set to be this in comparison to her first two.
* [[DatingWhatDaddyHates Dating What Mama Hates]]: Basically the whole point of "Mama Do".
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The video for "Cry Me Out".
* TheDitz / DumbBlonde: Gives off this vibe, but see ObfuscatingStupidity.
* DramaticWind: In the video for "Broken Arrow".
* DreamTeam: Wrote and sang backing vocals for SelenaGomez on the song "We Own The Night". She's also duetted with Lionel Richie, [[BigBang G-Dragon and T.O.P]], Music/StanWalker and David Bisbal.
* EvenTheGirlsWantHer:
--> ''“Most of the propositions I get are from girl fans. They go mad for me... they turn up at gigs and signings with banners and say, ‘Can you go on a date with me?’ There’s loads of them.”''
* EveryoneLovesBlondes
* TheFashionista: So much so she has even contributed designs to high-end UK fashion label Lipsy and [[EverythingsSparklyWithJewelry accessory chain]] Rock 'N Rose.
* GateConstruction: Was never involved in one herself, but has often been a pundit on such things.
* GenreRoulette: The album ''Turn It Up'' is a perfect example of this. She switches from soul/R&B ("Mama Do", "Cry Me Out", "The Way the World Works") to electronic dance music ("Here We Go Again") to straight [[PowerBallad pop balladry]] ("Nothing Compares", "Hold Me In Your Arms") and pop-rock influenced songs ("Jack").
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The lyrics for "Kiss The Stars":
--> ''[[DoubleEntendre Push the plug in the socket, give me all your power/When you turn it on, I can go for hours...]]''
* GorgeousPeriodDress: Dons a feathery, 1920s-style ball gown for a few scenes in the "Gravity" video. She also has a TwentiesBobHaircut for those scenes.
* GriefSong: Pixie has stated that "Nothing Compares" is meant to be this.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Her image flip-flops between this and the "Sexy Popstar".
* HardDrinkingPartyGirl: Despite her supposedly family-friendly image, she's prone to being this. Her official biography even stated at one stage that she was "still buzzing from the novelty of being able to go clubbing without her older sister's ID." However, like her "sexy" image, she seems to have toned down this aspect of her image in the past year or so.
* HotterAndSexier: [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]]. She was already 'sexy' when the video for her debut single "Mama Do" was released, though oddly enough she chose a more conservative look for her subsequent videos (although she was, and still is, notorious for wearing hotpants, even in winter). The video for "What Do You Take Me For" goes back to her 'sexy' roots, and [[WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids even pushes the boundaries]] [[FetishFuel of her usually]] [[{{Fanservice}} family-friendly nature]].
** Considering she references very [[InDaClub clubby themes]] in "Doing Fine (Without You)" and "Here We Go Again" as well as ''Young Foolish Happy'' containing two songs with [[SoundEffectBleep blanked-out]] [[PrecisionFStrike curse words]], [[WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids she's definitely not as kid-friendly as what some people think]].
** And let's not forget ''that'' FHM spread she did at the tender age of eighteen. Not exactly AgeInappropriateArt as she ''was'' legal, but still...
** She seems to have played up this trope again in the video for "Nasty". It already veers into {{stripperiffic}} territory with her dancing in a bralet and short-shorts, but there are also scenes where she is topless and [[HandOrObjectUnderwear holding a pink handbag in front of her breasts]].
* HowWeGotHere: The videos for "Can't Make This Over" and "Broken Arrow".
* ImportantHaircut / FauxSymbolism: Went from having long golden locks during the ''Turn It Up'' era to a cropped hairdo while promoting ''Young Foolish Happy'', possibly to signify some sort of change in her image.
* InDaClub: Much of the video for "Nasty".
* IntercourseWithYou: Implied in "Coming Home", "Kiss The Stars" and "Perfect". Made especially blatant in "Nasty".
* LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition: ''Turn It Up Louder'' contained ''ten'' extra tracks plus one remix (of the single "Broken Arrow") and alternate cover art. A previous "deluxe edition" released around Christmas 2009 came with six bonus tracks, including a rendition of [[ChristmasSongs "Silent Night"]].
* ListingCities: In "Want You":
--> ''I could be stuck in L.A, you might get a late call from New York... I could be off to Tokyo, ATL then Paris then back home...''
* MadonnaWhoreComplex: Played with in the video for "Mama Do". She starts out in a completely white atmosphere, portraying innocence, before being "dragged down" to a more seedy world.
** This is also played with in the video for "Nasty", but to a far less noticeable degree.
* MayDecemberRomance: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXRDF2Vi_Gw This video]] (a recreation of a sketch originally performed by Creator/PeterSellers and Creator/SophiaLoren) pairs her with Creator/RowanAtkinson.
* MelismaticVocals: She lists Stevie Wonder, Music/WhitneyHouston and Music/MariahCarey as her vocal inspirations, and plays up this trope whenever she can.
* MistakenForServant: Was mistaken for a Leeds City Council employee at one point in 2010-2011!
* MistakenIdentity: Early in her career, people often mistook her for Little Boots. The fact that they are both blonde electropop singers called Victoria doesn't help matters...
** She's also been mistaken for [[TheSaturdays Mollie King]].
* MsFanservice: Most of her wardrobe utilised this trope (''especially'' at the time "Mama Do" was released), though she seems to have toned it down in the past couple of years.
* MoodWhiplash: In ''Young Foolish Happy'', from the soul/R&B-influenced "Nobody Does It Better" to the electropop "Kiss The Stars", then ''back'' to the soul/R&B in "Stevie on the Radio".
* NiceHat: She wears a floppy black hat in the "Broken Arrow" video.
* NiceGirl: Seems rather grounded, and has never been in involved in a showbiz scandal, despite her sometimes [[{{Stripperiffic}} provocative dress]]. She's also been known to [[PerpetualSmiler smile a lot]].
* NonActorVehicle: Arguably what ''Fred: The Movie'' and her appearance in ''George Gently'' were.
* ObfuscatingStupidity / SmarterThanYouLook: In school, she was a straight-A student. However, due to her sudden rise to fame, she was forced to quit stage school even though she had effectively finished all her studies.
* OddFriendship: With Music/{{Rihanna}} (who she toured with at one stage), the lads from boy bands JLS and OneDirection, and even ''DavidHasselhoff''.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Pixie's mum is "Bevsta" to ''everyone''. Even her own kids. Well, sometimes.
** Pixie as well. I mean, who's ever heard of Victoria Lott? Outside her fanbase, of course.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: Pixie often flip-flops between singing in a "standard" Mid-Atlantic (ie, general American) accent and her natural Essex accent - even during a song. She seems to prefer singing in her own accent in more recent years.
* PetTheDog: Agreed to marry a random fan who proposed to her at a festival, rather than turn him down in front of ''many'' onlookers.
* ProductPlacement: The video for "Broken Arrow" features a Citroën and a Samsung MP3 player.
* RecordProducer: Worked with a variety of producers on ''Turn It Up'', including the omnipresent [=RedOne=], but these days she seems to be sticking to Mads Hauge, Phil Thornalley and Toby Gad.
* {{Retraux}} / GenreThrowback: She was initially marketed to cash in on the Soul Revival with songs like "Mama Do", "Boys and Girls" and "Cry Me Out". Now the Soul Revival's died down, she's being marketed as a straight pop artist.
** This may change again as she's now working on a "Motown Soul" album.
** She has indeed, as of 2014, gone back to the Retraux aesthetic. The videos for "Heart Cry" and "Lay Me Down" have a vintage look to them, and the whole of ''Pixie Lott'' sounds like a soul album that could have been recorded in the 1960s or 70s.
* SequelSong: Her feature on the Tinchy Stryder song "Bright Lights" was recorded first, but released ''[[SequelFirst after]]'' ''Young Foolish Happy'', which contained "Bright Lights Pt II". This undoubtedly confused many listeners and critics.
* SillyLoveSongs: Has a lot of these. Some include "Love You to Death", "Gravity", "Hold Me In Your Arms", "Perfect" and "You Win".
* SingerNamedrop: Pixie and Jason Derulo do this for each other at the beginning of "Coming Home".
** Also, Pusha T does this at the beginning of "What Do You Take Me For?":
--> Pixie Lott, Pusha T, Rusko, what's it gonna be?
* [[TalkingToThemself Singing To Herself]]: The ''[[VideoGame/TheSims Sims 3]]'' version of "Mama Do", where she creates a Sim version of herself and later duets with her.
* SingingVoiceDissonance: Pixie's thick Essex accent often takes people, who are used to her soulful vocals, by surprise.
* ShesGotLegs: And ''she knows it'' - a lot of Pixie's outfits draw attention to her legs.
* SpiritualSuccessor: Believe it or not, at the time of her debut Pixie was compared to LadyGaga. She was also compared to Music/AmyWinehouse, {{Sugababes}}, Duffy, {{Adele}} and JossStone due to her soulful sound. In 2011 and 2012 she was often compared to KatyPerry and Music/JessieJ, but now she's Music/LanaDelRey - lite.
* SpellingSong: "N-A-S-T-Y, you nasty / but baby, I don't mind..."
* [[StageNames Stage Name]] / AwesomeMcCoolname: Her real name is Victoria. She got called Pixie by her mum as a little girl because she was supposedly a very cute baby.
* SurrealMusicVideo: "Kiss The Stars" -- which looks a ''lot'' like KatyPerry's video for "E.T".
* TitleTrack: "Turn it Up" for, well, ''[[CaptainObvious Turn It Up]]''. ''Young Foolish Happy'' was also meant to have one before it was cut.
* ThreeMinutesOfWrithing: "All About Tonight", "What Do You Take Me For", "Mama Do", "Nasty".
* UnlimitedWardrobe: The video for "Lay Me Down", which takes place at a fashion shoot in the South of France.
* UnpluggedVersion: Acoustic tracks of both covers and original songs are not uncommon.
* WardrobeMalfunction: She's never had one proper, but [[http://www.holymoly.com/celebrity-news/pixie-lott-has-wardrobe-malfunction-stage-leeds20486 she's]] [[http://au.launch.yahoo.com/galleries/g/-/12015736/top-wardrobe-malfunctions-of-2011/12015751/ had]] [[http://www.moejackson.com/2009-pixie-lott-flashes-upskirt-leaving-mahiki-nightclub-in-london-0909 a few]] near-misses.
* AWildRapperAppears: In "What Do You Take Me For", "Dancing On My Own" and "Bright Lights Pt II".
* WolverinePublicity / AdvertisedExtra: She gets a "feature" credit in the Selena Gomez song "We Own the Night" when her "feature" is her singing backing vocals with the occasional ad-lib.
* WomanInWhite: She's this in "Mama Do" before switching to a [[HellBentForLeather leather-clad]] GoodBadGirl image.
* YourCheatingHeart: "Cry Me Out", "Kill a Man".
* XtremeKoolLetterz: The title of a song that was once free to download on her {{Myspace}} called "What U Do".
* ZettaiRyouiki: Varies through all the classes in all her songs. Definitely B-Class in "Gravity" and D-Class in "Turn It Up".
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