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Pixie Lott 'quite nervous' as she takes on Breakfast At Tiffany's role

Published 21/02/2016

Pixie Lott is in rehearsals for the role of New York society girl Holly Golightly in a new production of Breakfast At Tiffany's
Pixie Lott is in rehearsals for the role of New York society girl Holly Golightly in a new production of Breakfast At Tiffany's

Pixie Lott said she is excited and "nervous" to be swapping the studio for the stage following her third album's disappointing performance.

She is in rehearsals for the role of New York society girl Holly Golightly in a new production of Breakfast At Tiffany's.

The 25-year-old's new stage role comes after her eponymous album Pixie Lott failed to chart in the Top 10 when it was released in 2014.

Lott, originally from Bromley, said she is excited about the upcoming show.

She added: "It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be now we're rehearsing.

"The cast are all really great and it's good fun."

She continued: "We have had a few weeks of rehearsals and we've got another week to go, I'm quite nervous."

Speaking after a performance at the WhatsOnStage awards at the Prince Of Wales theatre in central London, she said being on stage felt "amazing".

"I really, really enjoyed it. It's amazing to be on the stage," she added.

"It feels great to be amongst so many talented people and see the other performances and shows.

"It's so good to see the pubic supporting the theatre, it's a really positive thing."

Breakfast At Tiffany's will tour the country between March and June before embarking on a three-month run at Theatre Royal Haymarket in London's West End.

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