Pixie Lott seems rather preened after 12-hour flight as she lands in Japan

Passport, check. Boarding pass, check. Hair and make-up artist, check! Pixie Lott seems rather preened after 12-hour flight

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17:29 GMT, 31 March 2012

Sandwiched between strangers and breathing recycled oxygen, let's face it, no one is going to emerge from a flight ready for their Kodak moment.

That is, unless you're Pixie Lott.

The blonde pop princess looked typically picture perfect as she touched down in Japan after a long 12-hour flight from her home turf in London.

Always time for preening: Pixie Lott looked immaculate emerging from her flight as she landed in Japan

Always time for preening: Pixie Lott looked immaculate landing in Japan

The 21-year-old had fashioned her
locks into a style worthy of a Disney princess, with a large fish plait
crossing her forehead like a crown.

Her make-up had clearly just been
done, whether by an assistant or of her own doing cooped up in an
on-board toilet the size of a broom cupboard.

As Pixie smiled for the camera, a
fresh-coat of lip gloss glistened – only ever looking that perfect after
first application and before eating or talking.

Not quite a fully-fledged diva: Pixie is still grounded enough to push her own trolley

Not quite a fully-fledged diva: Pixie is still grounded enough to push her own trolley

Not quite a fully-fledged diva: Pixie is still grounded enough to push her own trolley

Reporting for duty: The singer is performing at Spring Groove 2012 music festival on Sunday

Reporting for duty: The singer is performing at Spring Groove 2012 music festival

The BRIT-nominee flew into Tokyo this
morning, ahead of her performance at the Spring Groove 2012 music
festival at Makuhari Messe on Sunday.

This is Lott's second trip to Japan
in a matter of months, and she is to be joined on the bill at tomorrow's
event by David Guetta and LMFAO.

The Mama Do singer was clearly
overwhelmed as she landed, greeted by loyal fans requesting her
autograph and hoping for a snapshot.

Swamped: Fans took photos as Pixie signed autographs

Swamped: Fans took photos as Pixie signed autographs

Just shy of one million Twitter
followers, Pixie wrote: 'Just landed in Tokyo what a welcome!.. Kawaiiii
thank you for your gifts.'

Pixie was referring to 'kawaii', which is a Japanese word meaning 'cute.'

And it seems the pretty chart-topper
is enjoying the local dialect, showing off her grasp of the vernacular
as All About Tonight topped the charts.

She later added: 'Konichiwaaa (meaning, good afternoon)! Thank you Tokyo FM midtown studio #allabouttonight this weeks no.1!'

One for the album: Pixie spent time with her admirers despite the 12 hour flight

One for the album: Pixie spent time with her admirers despite the 12-hour flight