Jessie J attends the annual ‘Capital Rocks‘ concert in aid of the ‘Help a Capital child‘ charity at The Roundhouse on November 28 in London. She looks great! Check out the photos in the Gallery!
One of the biggest talents to emerge from the British Pop scene, Jessie J became the first UK artist to have six top ten singles on one album. After becoming a coach on ‘The Voice’, the ‘Wild’ Star is more popular than ever.
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The Price Tag hitmaker is reportedly hoping to raise up to £12,000 for a pair of multi-coloured sparkly shoes from fashion store Topshop, which she wore during a show at the Cavern Club in Liverpool last year (12).
The shoes, which have been signed by the star, will be auctioned along with a signed photo at a charity gala in Hereford on Saturday (16Nov13) to support children with cancer.
The event is hosted by the Little Princess Trust, an organisation which provides wigs for young children who lose their hair while battling cancer.
Jessie took her “Alive” to Belfast, Odyssey Arena on September 15, 2013. Check out high quality photos from the show!
British singer Jessie J is appealing to shop owners to stop playing her music when she is on the premises, insisting it makes her feel uncomfortable.
The Price Tag hitmaker is often welcomed into restaurants, bars and shops with the sound of her own tracks, but the star is adamant she finds the tributes embarrassing.
She tells Britain’s The Sun newspaper, “I feel uncomfortable when people play my songs. I’ll go into a shop or restaurant, start eating my food, then they’ll play It’s My Party. I don’t know whether to dance, leave, sing and everyone looks at me.”
Jessie J has warned of the dangers of using online networking websites, branding them “mentally unsafe” for youngsters.
The Price Tag hitmaker insists the world of social media has become increasingly dangerous as it fuels bullying and means children can even be tormented while sitting in their own home.
She tells British newspaper The Observer, “Children used to get bullied at school. Now they go home and that’s where the problem starts, because they sit on their phones all night, thinking about who’s ‘liked’ a photo of them, who hates them, who loves them.
“They don’t know what’s real and what’s not, editing their lives constantly to fit other people’s views.”
Jessie J and Tinie Tempah are among the lineup for this year’s BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards. James Arthur, Icona Pop, Fall Out Boy and Rizzle Kicks will also perform at this year’s event, to be held on Sunday, November 3. The highlight of the awards ceremony will be the Teen Hero Awards, which will be handed out to three teenagers that were nominated by Radio 1 listeners.
Awards on the night will also include ‘Best British Song’, ‘Best British Solo Artist’, ‘Best British Group’, ‘Best British Sports Star’, ‘Best British Actor’, ‘Best British TV Show’ and ‘Best British Vlogger’.
Tickets will be available from Saturday, October 12 at 9am, costing £10 plus booking fee. The event is open to 14 to 17-year-olds. The BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards will be broadcast live on Radio 1 and the Radio 1 website.
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