PIXIE LOTT proved to be a real winner at the bingo – by joining the players down on the dance floor during a special performance.
Pixie, 31, who always performs barefoot, was wearing a baby pink dress covered in pom-poms as she sang some of her biggest hits.
A source at the Mecca Bingo event said: “Pixie hit the jackpot with the bingo crowd they couldn’t get enough of her.
“And she looked like she was enjoying every minute of it.
“At one point she got off the stage and finished her song on the dance floor amongst all the players.
“It was totally unexpected. She was singing and dancing with them all. Everyone loved it.”
Pixie was the special guest at Mecca Bingo’s Love Bingo Ball in Luton on Saturday night.
The event saw the bingo giant crown the winner of their UK-wide talent search, Mecca Bingo's Got Talent following a six week competition.
Singer Mitchell Miller from Birmingham was crowned the winner.
He won £5,000 cash, tickets to the Britain’s Got Talent final, an introduction to a talent agent and a paid tour of Mecca Bingo venues to kickstart his professional career.
The night also included a performance from former X-Factor and Hollyoaks star Ray Quinn,33.
Ray finished in second place behind Leona Lewis on the third series of The X Factor in 2006.
Last year he revealed that he’d quit his life of fame to become a carpet fitter when the coronavirus pandemic hit.
In March he revealed that he was expecting his first child with fiancée Emily Ashleigh. He already has son Harry from his marriage to Emma Stephens.
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The source added: “Ray was on top form. It was great to see him back performing again.”
Other celebs at the bash included Strictly professional Robin Windsor, Corrie legend Sherrie Hewson and TOWIE stars Bobbi Norris and Dan Edgar.
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