Tulisa Contostavlos On Female Competition: "There's Room For Everyone" – Audio

7 May 2012, 08:01

The 'Young' singer admits she doesn't compare herself to any other artist in the industry.

Tulisa Contostavlos has revealed that she does not like to compare herself to any other female solo artist in the music industry because she feels there is enough room for everyone to be successful.

The N-Dubz star told Capitalfm.com that it is important to put yourself in your own category and not worry about how everyone else is doing.

"I can't stand it when people sit there going 'this is my competition' or 'this is who I need to knock off'. You know, you do you innit. Put yourself in your own category," she explained. "Don't worry about what other people are doing. There's enough room in this industry for all of us to be successful."

The X-Factor judge, who recently confirmed she will be returning to the music reality show for a second series this year, is currently the Vodafone Big Top 40 number two with her debut single 'Young'.

The star was also crowned FHM's sexiest woman in the world in their new top 100 poll beating the likes of Cheryl Cole and Rihanna.

You can listen to Tulisa speaking to Capitalfm.com about female competition below:

Tulisa speaks about female competition

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