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Jessie J and Robin Thicke Pictured Filming a Music Video for Their Collaboration

September 28, 2013 04:12:34 GMT

The former judge of 'The Voice' and the 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker are photographed performing with a full band on an all-pink set.


Jessie J and Robin Thicke Pictured Filming a Music Video for Their Collaboration
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Jessie J and Robin Thicke have teamed up to shoot a music video, and a picture of the two singers on the filming set has surfaced online. Arriving via Twitter, the picture sees Jessie and Robin performing on an all-pink set while being backed by a full band which stands in front of several palm trees.

Jessie and Robin were reportedly filming a music video for their collaboration with DJ Cassidy, "Calling All Hearts". Earlier this month, Jessie described the song that will go to the DJ's upcoming project as "an amazing" and "a proper Earth, Wind & Fire throwback track."

The collaboration track and its music video won't be the only projects that involve Jessie, Robin and DJ Cassidy. It has recently been announced that Jessie will serve as the special guest on the North American leg of Robin's upcoming Blurred Lines tour. The 15-date tour is set to kick off on February 21 in Atlanta and wrap up on March 29 in San Fransisco.

Jessie has also recently revealed that she will live in the U.S. next year as she plans to crack the market of the country. "I'm probably going to live there next year. At the moment U.S. labels aren't putting out any music but by January I'm hoping to have a single in the U.S. market because I'm on tour with Robin Thicke," the London-born star said.

"America is such a big country to break. It's such a different market, you have to be there. I don't like doing anything half-heartedly, so I'd rather wait till I'm in the U.S.," she added. "I'd rather live in New York, because it's more like London, but it's easier to break in L.A. as everything is over there."

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