13:48 EST, 26 September 2012
14:47 EST, 26 September 2012
Her explosive new autobiography documents her teenage drug-taking and losing her virginity at the tender age of 14.
But Tulisa Contostavlos looked positively angelic as she attended a book signing for Honest: My Story So Far in Kent on Wednesday afternoon.
With her cute smile and girlie white dress, the 24-year-old singer screamed sweet and innocent as she met fans at the Bluewater Shopping Centre.
Angelic: Tulisa Contostavlos went for a sweet and innocent look as she promoted her new book, Honest, at Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent on Wednesday
A far cry from the Young hitmaker’s usual sexy street style, Tulisa opted for a feminine and flirty white dress for her big event.
And with her blonde curls bouncing around her shoulders, the famously loud-mouthed star looked as if butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth.
But the X Factor judge made sure to vamp up her cute outfit with a pair of fierce silver platform heels, which were much more in keeping with her usual self-styled The Female Boss look.
Butter wouldn’t melt: The X Factor judge’s girlie white dress was a far cry from her usual sexy street style
Earlier on Wednesday, the former N-Dubz star looked equally girlie as she made an appearance on ITV1’s this morning, opting for a pretty cobalt blue skater-style dress.
Chatting to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, the blonde bombshell revealed she believes that half of the British public love her, and the other half despise her.
When asked by by Holly, ‘What do you think is the public’s perception of you?’ Tulisa replied: ‘It’s a good question. 50/50. Despised and loved.’
Meet and greet: Tulisa met with fans and signed copies of her new autobiography
Doting: Despite being met by a sizeable group of fans, Tulisa admitted she believes half of the UK population ‘despise’ her
Is that you, Tulisa? The usually outspoken star looked the epitome of angelic as she attended her book signing on Wednesday
She added: ‘I think that when I first started X Factor I was very, I don’t know. I didn’t choose to sugarcoat myself, I’m always myself, but I was just kind of finding my feet.
‘I was quite wary coming into this new place in the public eye, and then it just kind of got to the point where I was like I just have to 100 per cent be myself.
‘And then as soon as I started being 100 per cent being myself, it went back to 50/50. But I’m cool with that, as long as I’m being me.’
A new style: Tulisa looked equally girlie in a flirty and feminine cobalt blue skater-style dress as she visited the ITV studios in central London earlier in the day