09/03/2012 17:59 | By James Hurley, editor, MSN Music

Alexandra Burke performs her new single live

Former X Factor winner Alexandra Burke performs a special acoustic version of her new single, Elephant, and talks about her love of her own backside!


MSN Music has had a soft spot for Alexandra Burke since we interviewed her the day after she won X Factor 2008. Our paths have crossed several times since, most recently on the red carpet at this year's BRITs, but we've only just managed to get her to record a live session for us.

Filmed at our favourite venue for such things, the Gibson Guitar Studio in central London, Alexandra laid down a very special acoustic version of her new single, Elephant, which is out on March 12.

She also gave us a typically fun interview, in which she discussed music, body image and her much talked about love life. Check out both in the video player below.

Alexandra Burke (© MSN)

Which version of Elephant do you prefer?

We're not just saying this because she recorded it for us but we reckon the acoustic version of Elephant is better than the club-ready single. What do you reckon?

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Which version of Elephant do you prefer?

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  1.  
    29 %
    I like this acoustic one best.
    245 votes
  2.  
    17 %
    I prefer the single version.
    142 votes
  3.  
    27 %
    They're both great in different ways - I can't decide!
    226 votes
  4.  
    27 %
    I don't much care for either of them.
    227 votes

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