Doolittle penning new material
Eliza Doolittle has revealed she is experimenting with new songs - but isn't feeling any pressure to make a second album just yet.
The Pack Up singer, who has enjoyed chart success with her self-titled debut and is also developing a following in the US, said she hasn't decided what sound to go for on her follow-up.
"I've got lots of festivals coming up this summer and I'm doing a little bit of writing, but no pressure on a second record. I'm not putting pressure on myself yet, I'm just going to experiment and have fun with it," Eliza said at the Range Rover-sponsored WTA pre-Wimbledon Party.
Other stars rubbing shoulders with tennis aces at the event in London's Kensington Roof Gardens were Patsy Kensit, Lord Sugar and actress Naomie Harris, who confirmed earlier this week that she is in the running for the role of Bond girl in the next 007 movie.
Tennis fan Eliza - whose real name is Eliza Caird - said she was tipping British hopeful Andy Murray for success in this year's tournament.
"When I watch it I get really into it. My friends always have a little bash where they invite people over for the final, so maybe I will do that this year," she added.