Pixie Lott's 'Cry Me Out' Music Video Arrives


Pixie Lott's 'Cry Me Out' Music Video Arrives
'Cry Me Out' music video captures Pixie Lott when she is lying on the dining table as if she is there as a meal to eat.


Pixie Lott's single "Cry Me Out" has got a black-and-white music video coming out for viewing pleasure. The video was filmed in Cuba and worked on by acclaimed director Jake Nava. It features the British singer performing ballet in an empty room. There is also a scene where she is lying on the dining table surrounded by men as if she is there as a meal to eat.

"I'm really excited to see the finished product," she recently told The Sun about the video shoot. "We had a great time shooting it. The locals gathered round each scene to have a look, which was funny."

"Cry Me Out" serves as the third single from Pixie Lott's debut album called "Turn It Up" which has been in stores since September. The song reportedly will be released for digital purchase at the end of November. If it tops U.K. singles chart, the track will become her third No.1 single in the country, following the success of its predecessors, "Mama Do" and "Boys & Girls".

Pixie Lott's "Cry Me Out" music video

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