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26 December 2011, 09:00 | Updated: 26 December 2011, 09:51
The 'What Do You Take Me For?' singer names her 2010 tour as the biggest moment of her music career so far.
Pixie Lott has named headlining her own UK tour as her personal highlight of the past twelve months.
The 'All About Tonight' singer said progressing from being a support act to opening her own 'Crazy Cats' tour at the end of 2010 was a special moment for her as a recording artist.
"I love performing so, my tour, when I had my own headline tour," Pixie told Capital FM.
"I've been a support act a couple of times but I did my own tour this time last year actually and it was amazing," she explained. "Just so much fun to go around and meet all the cats and perform with my band. So much fun. That's the big one."
Pixie also named performing at the Jingle Bell Ball as another of her 2011 highlights and named the event as one of her "favourite shows to play".
Pixie Lott is due to release 'Kiss the Stars' as the next single from her second album 'Young Foolish Happy'.