Pixie Lott has launched her own talent night in London and dreams of running her own record label.
Pixie Lott wants to start her own record label.
The 'Nasty' singer, who has launched her own talent night in London, is looking to follow in the footsteps of 'X Factor' boss Simon Cowell as she coaches undiscovered artists and helps to link them up with professionals in the music industry.
She told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Mainly it's about new artists getting out there, 'cause it's hard when you don't really know anyone. I get really excited hearing new people, especially if it's amazing.''
Pixie went on: ''I kind of know a bit about the way this industry works after being in it for a few years. I think in the future it would be amazing to have my own label.
''I look for amazing singers. I wouldn't be bothered to have to market, like, a band that can't sing or something, I get motivated by good singers.''
The blonde beauty, who has returned to music after a break, is also back to being a regular on the celebrity party scene but admits it's not always glamorous.
She explained: ''I was at a party and Roll Deep were on the table next to me.
''Next thing I knew one of the boys from the band stood up and was sick all over me, it was terrible.
''I had to go to the toilet, take my long socks off and throw them in the bin.''
But the 23-year-old star laughed it off and insists she can't wait to attend more parties after the release of her self-titled third album in May, the follow-up to 2011's 'Young Foolish Happy'.
Pixie likes singing about heartbreak and showing passion and emotion through her songs, despite being in a long-term relationship with model Oliver Cheshire, 25.
She said: ''Even though I'm really happy, I think that as I've experience being in a relationship I can relate to being passionate and being sad, or how it would feel if it broke off,'' adding, ''So I can relate to that more than I would have done before.''
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