- Sat Oct 14, 2017, 1:39 AM GMT
The 'Think About That' singer shows her vulnerable side as she carries the baggage of past romance into her new relationship.READ MORE
The Brit behind Miley Cyrus' "Party in the U.S.A", Jessie J, has stepped out into the light to claim her own fame. Born Jessica Ellen Cornish on March 27, 1988, Jessie knew that she had art running through her blood. After attending Colins Performing Arts, Jessie was cast at Andrew Lloyd Webber's West End play "Whistle Down the Wind" at the age of 11.
She went through High School and began channeling down her talent again when completing her study at the BRIT school and joining an-all girl group. Although she's in the entertainment business, she is far from the wild life full of drugs and alcohol. That is due to the health condition that she has. Irregular heartbeat and a minor stroke at the age of 18 forced her to hinder these things.
The 'Flashlight' singer fires off some blistering truths about someone while dancing around in dominatrix-style ensemble in the black-and-white visuals.READ MORE
The 'Bang Bang' hitmaker releases a hip-hop cover of Frankie Valli's 1967 classic as her first artistic collaboration with Make Up Forever.READ MORE
The song is the main theme of Makeup Forever's new campaign #iamanartist.READ MORE
In anticipation of the FOX live musical, which is premiering on Sunday, January 31, the show shares a video of Jessie J putting her own spin on the iconic track.READ MORE