Pixie Lott delays album for featured songs

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 13 December 2016
Pixie Lott

Pixie Lott

Pixie Lott has decided to let some new songs she is featured on with mystery artists come out before her fourth studio album

Pixie Lott is to be featured on some collaborations before her album comes out.

The 25-year-old singer has decided to delay her fourth studio album slightly so the songs she has recorded with mystery artists drop first, but she is "most excited" about sharing her follow-up to her 2014 self-titled record.

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz on the red carpet at the BBC Music Awards at ExCeL London on Monday (12.12.16), she said: "It's still very me. It is going to be very current and fun. I love the soulful style of music so I will always have that injected in it.

"I have done some collaborations too. It has been fun to be a part of.

"They will come out first and then my own stuff, which is what I am most excited about because then I will be able to sing some new stuff at shows."

And it seems the blonde beauty is putting her upcoming nuptials to her fiancé Oliver Cheshire on hold to release new music as she says it's unlikely they will marry next year because of her hectic schedule.

She explained: "I really haven't got round to planning yet. I have no idea [about the details] yet because it really did surprise me.

"But if I don't fit it in next year, because next year is really busy with new music and loads of other stuff ... I just don't want to rush it. I want it to be absolutely perfect. If I don't get time to do it, next year definitely. Hopefully next year but you never know."

Meanwhile, Pixie previously revealed her dream collaboration would be with Justin Bieber.

The 'Mama Do' hitmaker would love the chance to appear on a song with the 'Let Me Love You' star and not just because of his good looks, as the blonde beauty thinks the 22-year-old pop star is "really talented".

She said: "I'm going to say Justin, because he is really talented. He is really good and I love his new tunes."

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