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18 November 2011, 08:28
The 'All About Tonight' singer says she is happy to be seen as the girl-next-door type and has no plans to spice up her look.
Pixie Lott says she has no intention of sexing up her image or style to fit in more with US artists like Rihanna and Britney Spears.
The 'What Do You Take Me For?' singer says although she has a lot of respect for what they do she would never use such explicit lyrics in her music.
"I just don't think I'd feel comfortable doing lyrics like that," Pixie told The Sun. "But if she's not writing every lyric and she's happy to do it. Fair enough.
"Different artists do different things and you have to feel and look comfortable doing it. It totally suits Rihanna."
"She's amazing but even if I wanted to do that I just couldn't," she explained. "I can't imagine playing that kind of stuff to my family."
Pixie said she admires how successful Rihanna and Britney have become but wants to "leave some things to the imagination".
The 'All About Tonight' singer launched her second studio album 'Young, Foolish, Happy' in 11th November and 'Kiss The Stars' is expected to be the third single released from it.
Pixie is due to perform on the first night of the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball on 3rd December and has said she is "really excited" about appearing at the event.
The singer joins the likes of Rihanna, Olly Murs, The Wanted, Jason Derulo, Calvin Harris and Labrinth on the day one Jingle Bell Ball line-up.