Budding thespian Elle Exxe has shown just how dedicated she is to her music by divulgence that she cancelled her own marriage to perform at this weekend’s V Festival.
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The Scottish thespian – who has saved her own career but the subsidy of a record tag and depends 3 singles under her belt to date – was scheduled to perform at the prolonged using festival formed opposite Weston Park, Staffordshire and Hylands Park, in Essex.
But she wasn’t going to let anything get in the way of her performance, even her own wedding.
The tough operative thespian told The Sun: ‘I was meant to be getting married currently and we cancelled it to do V Fest. So this to me in somehow was going to be some-more exciting.
‘The venue was booked. Everything was booked. Everyone was really understanding. We’ve re-booked. The wedding’s still on.’
The thespian was combined to a check that enclosed the likes of P!nk and Jay-Z, who achieved a worldwide disdainful of element taken from new manuscript 4:44.
Luckily her fiance is understanding, revealing: ‘He’s so vehement to see me on that stage. He’s here, he’s happy for me and it’s really good.’
‘This in my eyes is substantially the biggest cocktail music festival in the country,’ she added.
The singer, who rose to celebrity by her self-released lane Lost In LA on her own LX imprint, compares herself to other self finished stars such as Dua Lipa as she continues to find a series one hit.
‘I wanna be on the series one spot. we wanna do what Dua Lipa’s done,’ she said.
Meanwhile, her favourite P!nk set tongues wagging with her superb opening at the festival on Saturday night.
It had been 10 years given the US pop-rocker last played V Festival, but for 2017, an older and wiser Pink was nowhere to be seen.
The maestro cocktail star redefined ‘extra’ with a rarely enterprising performance, kicking off with the star jumping from a derrick high above the theatre to perform the first of many hits, which was, unsurprisingly, Get This Party Started.