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Jessie J (born 27 March 1988) is an English singer and songwriter.
Born and raised in London, she began her career on stage, aged 11, with a role in the West End musical Whistle Down the Wind.
I want to do that and set up a studio there so I can spend more time there." And as his star rises he assured us his head won't be turned by supermodels and designer clothes.
"James Blunts got a model girlfriend and if he likes her, fine, but its not what Im about," commented the singer.
Jessie comes from a musical family and was performing in front of audiences from a young age in musicals and bands.
After attending the BRIT Academy and graduating in the same class as both Leona Lewis and Adele, Jessie found success as a song-writer working for Sony Music. Her first album, Who You Are, was released in early 2011 and entered the UK chart at number two, while also making top 10 entries in many other charts worldwide.
Singer James Morrison says he's not bothered about the trappings of fame and would prefer to spend his earnings on his mum.
The sensitive crooner had a top 5 smash in August with 'You Give Me Something' and looks set to follow in his own foot steps with new tune 'Wonderful World' riding high in the midweek charts.
After signing with Universal Republic, Jessie J came to prominence following the release of her debut single "Do It Like a Dude".
Jessica Cornish, better known as Jessie J, is a highly successful singer.
She is the first female UK artist to have six top 10 UK chart singles from one album.
With a voice that draws comparisons to soul singers combined with a very modern, hip-hop fused rapping style, Jessie J is a unique talent.
She cites artists such as Pink, Fatboy Slim and Katy Perry as her musical influences.Lava Records noticed Jessie's wider talents and under their management she released her first single, Do It Like A Dude, which hit number two in the UK singles chart. The video became a huge hit online and her star was quickly on the rise.