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Pixie invites fans to the park

Published 26/01/2010 | 10:18

Pixie Lott fans can 'hang out' with the singer in the park
Pixie Lott fans can 'hang out' with the singer in the park
Pixie Lott fans can 'hang out' with the singer in the park
Pixie Lott fans can 'hang out' with the singer in the park
Pixie Lott fans can 'hang out' with the singer in the park
Pixie Lott fans can 'hang out' with the singer in the park
Pixie Lott fans can 'hang out' with the singer in the park

Pixie Lott fans can appear to be hanging out in the park with her and her friends in a special video.

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Pixie and 50 Cent are among a string of chart topping acts to have filmed special videos for MySpace Music's brand new application www.myspace.com/fanvideo, which allows fans to insert their picture into the clip, and look like they're starring alongside their hero.

50 Cent fans can feature as the business mogul's favourite new piece of art he's showing off in his video clip, while Pixie Lott fans can appear to be hanging out with her on a picnic and sing-a-long.

Alicia Keys, Florence And The Machine, N-Dubz, Chipmunk, Lostprophets and David Guetta have all made special videos for fans to feature in, which can then be shared with their friends via MySpace, email, Twitter, or posted to the user's Facebook profile.

Alicia fans can appear in a picture she is serenading, or MySpace users can appear in a photoshoot with Florence Welch.

Chipmunk shows he keeps his fans' picture close to his heart, while the Lostprophets have a shrine devoted to their fans in the video clip.

Sophie Rouse, MySpace's head of campaigns, said: "MySpace allows fans to connect with their favourite artists in a genuinely immersive and personal way. To mark the launch of MySpace Music we wanted to bring to life this special relationship, giving fans the chance to 'star' in a film with their favourite acts and share it with their friends.

"All the artists involved thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to thank their fans in this way and the results are hugely entertaining."

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