Pixie Lott has released ‘Get Weak’ exclusively in the UK for Beatbullying. There are a limited number of free downloads available at beatbullying.org. The video has been made especially for the track and in support of Beatbullying’s Big March campaign – you can join the online March on Facebook or Twitter or go to the campaign website at http://www.beatbullying.org/bigmarch
Just Jared Jr: The 19-year-old British popstar just recently donated her new song, “Get Weak” to a bullying charity to raise awareness about the issue. The song will become the anthem for Beatbullying’s Big March, a global online protest campaign. Pixie shared, “As an ambassador of Beatbullying I know that anyone can be a victim of bullying – it’s not embarrassing! Tall or short, skinny or big, they always find something to pick at. Don’t let them win. If you’re determined to make it, you can and you will.” (Pixie Lott Donates ‘Get Weak’ To Anti-Bullying).
Victoria Louise “Pixie” Lott (born 12 January 1991) is an English singer-songwriter, dancer and actress. Her debut single “Mama Do” was released in June 2009 and went straight to number one in the UK Singles Chart. Her second single “Boys and Girls”, also topped the UK charts in September 2009. Her debut album Turn It Up was released in September 2009. It has so far reached number six on the UK Albums Chart, spawned five consecutive Top 20 singles, and has been certified double platinum after spending almost an entire year on the charts. Lott is often credited for her live performances and style. In July 2010, Lott appeared as a guest judge for the auditions for the sixth series of The X Factor in Cardiff, covering for Dannii Minogue, who was on maternity leave. Lott has released “Boys and Girls” as her debut US single on 24 August 2010. The release is set to coincide with the TV premiere of her first film, Fred: The Movie. In January 2010, Lott was named one of 2010’s “Faces to Watch” by US magazine, Billboard. Lott’s album, Turn It Up, will be released in the US early 2011. So far Lott has produced seven Top 20 Singles on the UK Singles Chart (Wikipedia).