These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: Pixie Lott
Berserk Button: At her peak, it was best to not mock Pixie Lott in front of anyone from the UK or Ireland.
Her cover of the King of Leon hit "Use Somebody" probably qualifies as this to young pop fans.
"Nasty" was originally meant to be a single for Christina Aguilera , but she turned it down. The song had been circulating on the web for a good three years before Pixie's version got released. Pixie basically had to fight for the rights to it as she'd found out it had been recorded by a few other singers.
Fan Community Nickname: "Crazycats", though Pixie often shortens it to "catties". She even named her debut headlining tour "The Crazycat Tour".
Germans Love David Hasselhoff: She's huge in the UK, but she's also proving to be very popular in Japan where her album topped the Hot 100 charts.
She's since gone on to have a number-one hit, "Dancing On My Own", featuring G-Dragon and T.O.P in Korea and Singapore.
It's Popular, Now It Sucks: Believe it or not, back in 2009 Pixie was seen as a "breath of fresh air" and a 'credible' enough artist to become somewhat popular among the 'hipster' crowd who were listening to the likes of Little Boots and Annie. This all changed a couple of months later, though.
Signature Song: She's got a few — namely "Mama Do", "Boys and Girls" and "All About Tonight", which also happen to be her three number-one singles.
Sophomore Slump / Sequelitis / Follow Up Failure: Pixie's debut album, Turn It Up, peaked at number six on the albums chart, was certified 2x platinum and received relatively positive reviews from critics. Her second album, Young, Foolish, Happy, debuted at number eighteen before falling to number forty-two in the second week (eventually being certified Gold) and received mixed to negative reviews from critics. However, it did spawn three top-ten singles, including a Number One in "All About Tonight".
Suspiciously Similar Song: The melody line in "Coming Home" sounds rather a lot like Cutting Crew's "(I Just Died) In Your Arms". "Mama Do" also shares a basic melody with Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black", and "Boys and Girls" sounds suspiciously close to both Rihanna's "Shut Up and Drive" and the High School Musical number "I Want It All".