Lott too busy for romance

Lott too busy for romance

Pixie Lott does not have time for love, she has revealed.

The ‘Gravity’ singer – who in the past has confessed to never having had a proper boyfriend – knows it’s important to strike a “happy medium” between her career and personal life, but admits she would struggle to fit a man into her busy schedule.

She explained: "I think it's important to keep a happy medium - a good balance - because I love my friends so much and I think if I didn't get to see them, then I would go a bit crazy.

“Do I have time for romance? I don't know, maybe a little bit, I'm not sure. I'm not good at these questions."

The blonde beauty appeared as a guest judge on ‘The X-Factor’ earlier in the year but has been so busy recently she has not even had the chance to watch the series.

Speaking about her ‘X-Factor’ appearance on ITV1’s ‘Lorraine’ show, she said: “To be honest with you, I haven't actually watched any of the episodes apart from the one that I was judging at - I've been so busy."

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