Tulisa Contostavlos has thanked her fans and her lawyers following the "terrible ordeal" of her drugs trial.
She also said she was now looking forward to working again.
Speaking outside Southwark Crown Court after the trial collapsed, the former X Factor judge said: "I have not been able to work for a year and I'm now looking forward to resuming my career.
"I will use these experiences to make me stronger. I'd like to thank all the people who have supported me through this terrible ordeal, including my fans and, of course, my legal team."
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