Charli XCX Height

My philosophy is to treat people how you want to be treated.

We all have a soft spot in our hearts for girls named Charlotte (the real name of Charli XCX), don't we? Perhaps because most girls named Charlotte are like Charli XCX -- cute as a button (whatever that means).

Buttons are cute and small things and so is Charli. She once mentioned her height on Twitter as 5 feet 3 inches, and we think the number suits her. She looks like a 5'3" woman, especially if you compare her height to some other people, like Iggy Azalea -- who is a big woman at nearly 5 feet 10 inches -- Charli looks more than half a foot shorter than her for sure.

The height of Charli XCX is

5'3" or 160 cm

Charli XCX standing with Iggy Azalea and Kim Kardashian
Charli XCX height comparison with Iggy Azalea (nearly 5'10"), and Kim Kardashian (5'2")

Charli XCX has a lot of interesting things to say, here are some of them:

Charli XCX on what is sexy.

I think what women think is sexy is what is sexy. Girls eating pizza are massively sexy.

Charli XCX on respect.

My one thing is respect. I don't care about anything else. You should respect everyone around you - the people who work for you, peers. Be classy.

Charli XCX on standing for her ideas.

When I got signed, I had just turned 16. I felt like I had to continuously have these confrontations with older men who were doubting my ideas because I was a woman because I was 16.

Charli XCX on her essence.

I think I'm a girl's girl in the sense that I support women a lot, and I'm definitely all for girl power, but I think I'm quite a tomboy at heart - even though I love my fashion and dressing up, I think my essence is very boyish.

Charli XCX on being nice.

Being nice is awesome. You have more fun; you meet more people.

Charli XCX on women standing for each other.

Females should stand by each other, especially in an industry that seems to try so hard to pin us up against each other and make us fight. It's not about that for me. I refuse to be sucked into a twisted world of insecurity and lose who I am.

Charli XCX on going big.

I don't want to sell my soul or anything, but to go on a huge tour would be next level.

Charli XCX on her workout.

To be honest, for me, my main workout is when I'm on stage. Even though I make pop music, I don't think I perform in the classic 'pop star' sort of way. I'm very active on stage; I always end up dripping in sweat afterward. It's always like a full-on, wild performance, so that's pretty much like my exercise, I would say.

Charli XCX on getting rewarded for hard work.

I believe I deserve everything that could maybe happen. And I don't think that's a cocky thing to say because I've worked really hard, and I've never bitten the hand that fed me, and I've always been really respectful.

Charli XCX on her parents.

I'm lucky I have really cool parents.

Charli XCX on the power of humor.

Just be funny. Funny always go over well, so try to think of something funny to break the ice rather than being weird or using pickup lines.

Charli XCX on big brows.

I think big brows are pretty cool.

Charli XCX on how to understand women.

There are some signs that can indicate she might be interested. Women might do subconscious things like play with their hair or orient their bodies toward your direction.

Charli XCX on fashion.

Fashion is instant. It makes you feel something the second you see it on a body... whether you love it or hate it, or it offends you, or it makes you laugh or cry.

Charli XCX on personal creative ideas.

I actually think it doesn't even matter what age you are or what sex - though that does play into it sometimes - you always have to fight in any kind of creative world because nobody knows your own brain and your own creative ideas better than you do.

Charli XCX on nice people.

I get on with people. I don't hang out with people who aren't nice. It's like, be real or go home.

Charli XCX on femininity.

Some people think of femininity as just being pretty and quiet and sweet, but I also think being feminine is being angry and also being sexy and aggressive and passionate.

Charli XCX on the meaning of her name.

The XCX really stands for 'kiss Charli kiss,' which is unbelievably crap.

Charli XCX on Eminem.

I've always said that if I couldn't be myself, first I'd want to be Eminem and then a Disney kid.

Charli XCX on finding herself.

I spent a lot of my teenage years experimenting with who I was as a person and not really getting it right. And then, I think, I realized that I just had to chill out in life.

Charli XCX on how she writes.

I am very spontaneous when I write; it kind of just comes out. I never think about what I'm going to write about first... it just sort of comes out like word vomit.

Charli XCX on her dad.

My dad always used to encourage me to dress weirdly.

Charli XCX on changing women.

I really just want to change the way women think about themselves.

Charli XCX on not being a cool kid in school.

I was never the cool kid in school, and loads of people told me that I was weird, that I dressed uncoolly and did uncool things, and that I was too nice and too happy.

Charli XCX on artistic freedom.

One thing I don't understand is how people want you to replicate your past successes. Being an artist should be about freedom and not just becoming one thing, because I think that's terrible and boring.

Charli XCX on following her heart in music.

I make pop music, but I do it on my own terms. I'll never play the game, so to speak, just for success. I'll always follow my heart and make the music I want to make.

Charli XCX on opinions.

If there's an intelligence behind an opinion, then I'm all for expressing it, but I would never just start a fight with someone for the sake of it - that's just not me.

Charli XCX on working fast.

I like working really fast. The best ideas are the first ones that come into your head - so why bother thinking of any more?