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- Posted:Friday, October 1, 2010
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The popular Channel Four programme has set up the event to bring some of the best talent of the past 12 months together under one roof, so it will be an ideal location for music fans to book up a cheap London hostel and witness the action live.
Earls Court is able to pack as many as 18,000 people into its hall, so the atmosphere is expected to be loud, especially when two names already announced are those of two pop princesses Alexandra Burke and Pixie Lott.
Alexandra is best known for her win on the ITV talent show the X Factor back in 2008, but since then she has continued to scale the heights of both the showbiz and music worlds, becoming a household name in the progress.
Hits including Broken Heels can still be heard floating around the radiowaves, as well as on television sets and websites such as Last FM, where All Night Long has been played 2,572 times this week alone, though her debut hit Hallelujah still features promintely too.
Pixie Lott did not make her name on a talent show, although she has got links with the form of media – including appearing as a guest host on the current series of the X Factor to judge a host of wannabe pop stars.
Her rise to fame has been quite quick too, considering her first single Mama Do (Uh Oh Uh Oh) was only released in June of 2008, though people who snap up some cheap hostels in London will be able to see just why Pixie has became such a hit.
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