Official video for “Boys and Girls” by English recording artist Pixie Lott, released as the second single from her debut album “Turn It Up”. Diane Martel directed the video. She told The Guardian: "It's got a crazy house-party vibe. There were loads of interesting extras, weird indie boys and rude-boy gangstas. It's got a dance routine. It's unusual for a British performer to do singing and dancing, but it's important if you're a pop star to do everything." Pixie Lott is described as "a cool B-Girl 2009 surrounded by a crazy house party in full swing". The video opens with her name flashing; she then opens a door and walks into a club. Only her legs and shoes are visible until the focus shifts to a large radio and various record players. She can then be seen in full, looking in a mirror with her face being showcased in numerous reflections. You can then see her preoccupied with a hip hop-styled dance, standing up against a wall and in one occasion kissing her partner. She then plays the lead role in a fast-pace dance with a group of female dancers on the dance-floor followed by her starting to lean up against a boy while they stand side-by-side up against a white lit-up wall. The video is intercut with short scenes of her seen wearing a pair of black sunglasses. The song appeared on the charts 3rd September 2009. In Ireland it debuted at No. 45 and in it’s second week it peaked at No. 4 becoming her highest-peaking single in Ireland so far. In the UK it debuted at No. 73 and moved up to No. 1 the following week. This was her second consecutive chart-topper in the UK and has spent four consecutive weeks in the Top 10.
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