Pixie Lott exclusively revealed the 'fun and games' of Strictly Come Dancing
The stunning blonde, 23, spoke exclusively to the Daily Express online about the dancing competition and her Strictly family.
She said: "Strictly is all fun and games. It's one big family and that's what makes it so fun because we go back on a Friday and Saturday and everyone's back together again - the gang.
"The sad thing is when you lose someone from the gang. I miss Steve [Backshall] but he's here tonight so I can go and see him after this."
It's one big family and that's what makes it so fun
When asked who she was backing to win, momentarily taking herself out of the competition, Pixie couldn't support just one person.
The star said: "It's so open and I love all the people that are left. I think Caroline, Frankie, Jake and Simon.
"They're all equally really good so it's a tough one."
She discussed with the Daily Express Online what happens behind the scenes at Strictly
The star performed at a secret concert last night
Last night Pixie played a secret show, in association with messaging app Viber, to a selected crew of lucky fans.
Singing less than a foot away from her baying audience, the star showed off both her incredible vocal talent and never-ending legs.
Pixie revealed the gig’s secret location within her Viber Public Chat, and a limited number of exclusive tickets were released to her followers on a first-come, first-served basis.
The most special performance of the evening was the star's version of Caravan of Love.
The star has danced her way through the competition with great confidence
The pretty singer said she was loving her time on the BBC show
Recorded as part of the Matalan Alder Hey Alphabet Scarves campaign, the proceeds from each single goes directly to the Alder Hey Children’s Charity.
Speaking about the single, Pixie said: "I'm such a Christmas person I can't even tell you, I'm so excited to have a Christmas song."
[The new album is] a collection of songs that people wrote in and said were their favourite songs in time for Christmas. A couple of new Christmas tunes too, and Caravan of Love is the single for charity.
"I love doing shows where I get to see the fans and make them happy - and I'm happy! It's just all positive vibes. I know faces that I've seen before - they tweet me. It's really cool, they're the ones that support me and keep me doing what I'm doing so I'm grateful."