Pixie Lott is a solo singer who first topped the charts with her debut single Mama Do in 2009, when she was 18.
Now 27, Pixie has since had two other number-one singles, three more in the top 10, and three albums under her belt.
She has performed at festivals including Isle of Wight and V, as well as making an appearance at the men’s gymnastics finals at the London 2012 Olympics.
The popstar can boast two MTV Europe Music Awards wins, and four Brit Awards nominations.
Pixie, from Bromley, is engaged to model Oliver Cheshire.
Which songs has she had hits with?
Pixie’s debut track, Mama Do, made her a superstar, and she followed it up with another number one hit, Boys and Girls.
She had another chart topper with All About Tonight, and has enjoyed top 10 success with What Do You Take Me For?, Kiss the Stars, and Nasty.
Pixie collaborated with Tinchy Stryder for Bright Lights, The Vamps on Wild Heart, and was one of the group of stars who recorded a version of Bridge Over Troubled Water as a charity single for victims of the Grenfell fire.
What else has she done?
In recent years, Pixie has branched out from her pop career into other avenues.
She had a hit run as lead character Holly Golightly in the West End theatre version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 2016.
Pixie also appeared as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing in 2014, where she partnered Trent Whiddon and reached the quarter-finals.
What’s her history with The Voice Kids UK?
As one of the original judges in the first series of The Voice Kids UK, Pixie had a hugely successful competition mentoring the winning act.
Her singer Jess Folley won the show, performing Beyonce’s Love On Top in the final, and she also coached Riccardo Atherton to the final.
Pixie will be hoping to defend her title as the winning coach in the return series of The Voice Kids UK.
The Voice Kids UK returns on Saturday, July 14 at 8pm on ITV.
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