One of the biggest songs from the past year, Jessie J's 'Domino,' is easily one of the catchiest songs around. But it looks like her hit single may have been borrowed from another singer's line of work -- a huge no-no in any type of industry. The singer is now being sued for copyright infringement.
Last night (May 29), singers Jessie J, Kylie Minogue, Kelly Rowland and Lily Allen, as well as 'Glee' starlet Lea Michele, gathered at the 2012 Glamour Women of the Year Awards. While not all of these ladies took home awards, they certainly dazzled on the red carpet with their fashion choices. Out of the five aforementioned songbirds, who gets your vote for best dressed at the event?
Jessie J recently stopped by Capital FM studios in the U.K., and while there, the bubbly songstress dished on her next career move. Since she's still enjoying the success of her debut album 'Who You Are,' the number one item on Jessie J's professional agenda as of right now is to perform with Beyonce.
Pop diva Jessie J may have admitted her bisexuality last year, but the singer wants to clarify one thing. She is not a lesbian. A new unauthorized biography of the raven-haired British starlet purports that she was advised to conceal her sexual orientation in order to keep her record deal and so she wouldn't alienate or lose fans. Uh, no way, says JJ!
British pop stars stick together, especially when on U.S. soil. The Wanted and Jessie J were far away from home on Monday (April 11) but the boy band and the pop diva showed some solidarity. Jessie J played an intimate gig at the Roxy, with the Wanted boys on hand to enjoy the show and allow themselves to be entertained by her. They brought a little bit of the U.K. to L.A., no doubt making Jessie feel like she was in the company of friends and compatriots.