He opened the show and did it in style. Backed by dancers, the nation's first Pop Idol showed that he more than deserved the public's votes, performing four tracks from his latest million-selling album, including its title track 'Friday's Child'.
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She's less angry these days, but still knows how to please a crowd. She played very special acoustic versions of 'Ironic' and 'Head Over Feet', before playing 'Eight Easy Steps' and new single 'Out Is Through' from her latest album 'So Called Chaos'.
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Alex Band and co. got the crowd rocking at PitP. The LA-based band impressed the crowd, playing tracks from their new album 'Two', but didn't leave before their classic, sing-a-long anthem, 'Wherever You Will Go' and a crowd pleasing cover of The Clash's 'London Calling'.
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The teenage rock chick made her PitP debut this year, but looked more than ready for the huge crowd in front of her. Old faves like 'Sk8er Boi' went down a treat, but the highlight for many was her new single 'My Happy Ending'.
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The former Savage Garden frontman proved to be a popular choice for PitP. Not only did he perform the group's 'Affirmation' single, as well as his biggest solo hit to date 'Insatiable', he also performed new single 'Popular' for the first time to the London crowd.
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Performing the two biggest hits of her career so far 'Shoulda Woulda Coulda' and latest release, the more rock-influenced, 'Come As You Are', Ms. Knight proved to the crowd that she's definitely one to look out for in the future. Check out her performance here.
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Pleasing the PitP crowd must be in the genes, as Natasha followed in her brother, Daniel's footsteps by wowing the 100,000 people in Hyde Park. She got all the single people singing along to 'Single', before performing her new single 'These Words'.
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The boys in Blue always impress on stage, and their PitP appearance didn't disappoint. As well as performing a medley of their hit singles, Simon, Ant, Dunk and Lee also treated fans to a performance of their latest single, 'Bubblin' with female rapper L.A.D.É.
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Andrea, Jim, Sharon and Caroline have appeared at PitP on numerous occasions in the past and so it was a pleasure to welcome them back. The Irish siblings were on top form, performing tracks from new album 'Borrowed Heaven' as well as old faves 'What Can I Do' and 'Breathless'.
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Charlie, Matt and James showed that they could cut it live, getting the whole crowd on their feet and rocking to the smash hits 'What I Go To School For', 'Crashed The Wedding' as well as their latest release 'Thunderbirds Are Go'. Here's what happened on stage.
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This girl brought a colourful, international flavour to the PitP stage. Kicking off with her debut single 'I'm Like A Bird', the Canadian star brought her set to a close by getting the audience on stage for 'Powerless (Say What You Want)'. Check it out here.
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They're by far the biggest girl group in the UK right now, and these girls proved just why at this year's PitP. Backed by their band, the girls gave stunning live renditions of the incredibly catchy, 'Hole In The Head', but also slowed down the pace with their new single 'Caught In A Moment' and 'Too Lost In You' from the movie, 'Love Actually'.
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They've been dubbed 'Mini-Busted' in the past, but these four lads moved out of their shadow, making the girls in the crowd squeel with delight. Lots of jumping up and down, and microphone sharing, they performed their two No.1 singles as well as a cover of The Beatles' 'She Loves You'. Check out their on stage performance here.
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Hyde Park couldn't get enough of this man. He might have shot to fame by duetting with the likes of Beyoncé and Blu Cantrell, but he was very much the solo star on stage at PitP. The Jamaican star got the audience moving with tracks like 'Gimme The Light' and 'Get Busy'.
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This girl is no stranger to the PitP stage, and more than impressed the crowd. Kicking off with 'Welcome To My Truth' from her latest self-titled album, the American singer also treated us to her new single 'Sick And Tired' and the phenomenal 'Left Outside Alone'.
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The former Fame Academy student gave a top of the class performance for the Hyde Park crowd, performing his hit singles /50', 'Lullaby' and 'Dance (With U)', as well as a fantastic cover of The Darkness' 'I Believe In A Thing Called Love'.
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The Brummie superstar more than impressed the PitP crowd with performances of 'Thank You', 'Club Hoppin', new single 'See It In A Boy's Eyes' and of course 'Superstar', looking sensational in a beautiful yellow dress. Check out her performance here.
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The finale was well worth waiting for, and the perfect end to a fantastic show. Shapeshifters got things started with 'Lola's Theme', followed by Peter Andre and Matt Goss, before soul legend Lionel Richie closed the show, getting all the audience on their feet with 'All Night Long'.
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