Brit pop singer Pixie Lott will be taking to the stage at the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Tunnel of Love event on November 11th at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum to help raise funds for its Mending Broken Hearts Appeal.
The evening will begin with a champagne and cocktail reception, sponsored by Boujis, followed by dinner, games and Pixie’s performance before rounding off with DJs.
Pixie ‘ who is best known for her singles Mamma Do and All About Tonight – catapulted to fame in 2009 with her debut album Turn It Up. She has since gone on to have three UK number ones, selling over 4 million singles and 1.6million albums worldwide.
The soulful R&B influenced pop princess will be taking centre stage at the BHF’s fashion and art party to help fund new research to find a cure heart failure. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.bhf.org.uk/tunneloflove
Singer Pixie Lott said: ‘I’m delighted to be performing at Tunnel of Love this year and supporting the BHF’s life saving work. Heart failure is a devastating and incurable condition affecting around half a million people in the UK.
‘The money raised from Tunnel of Love will help fund vital research that will bring new hope to people living with this debilitating condition’.
Supporting Pixie will be MTV presenter and model Lilah Parsons, and Billy Clark, who will both DJ on the night.
All proceeds from Tunnel of Love will go towards the BHF’s Mending Broken Hearts Appeal, which aims to bring new hope of a cure to over half a million heart failure patients living in the UK.
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