Pixie Lott is, in many ways, the perfect popstar. She carries off the sexy-yet-innocent look with ease (heck, she's able to endorse milk and a fashion line simultaneously), always keeps her knees together when climbing out of a taxi and, most importantly, proved her chart credentials with six top 20 singles - including two number ones - from her debut set. Like a well-oiled machine she's back to do it all over again, but will it be as easy second time out?
Naturally, she's decided to change tack; vamping up her sound to match her cheekier girl-next-door look for the LP's trailer single 'All About Tonight'. "We'll be dancing and singing and climbing up on the tables," she announces over a light 'n' bouncy disco-pop beat, before asking us to "grab someone if you're single, grab someone if you're not". It mightn't get the nod from most marriage counsellors, but thankfully Pix's gentle tones sound more Made in Chelsea than Geordie Shore.