Welcome to Jessie J Online, the only resource & fansite for BRIT Award Winner, Jessie J. Jessie dominated the charts with her albums 'Who You Are', 'Alive' & 'Sweet Talker'. Her latest 4 part album 'R.O.S.E' is out now! Keep checking back for daily news, photos & updates!
jessiej September 18th, 2018

Jessie is near the end of her China tour photos from Hangzhou & Tianjin have been added below:


14th Sept | Hangzhou, China
16th Sept | Tianjin, China

jessiej September 18th, 2018

jessiej September 15th, 2018

Jessie performed in Shenzhen the other day and made an appearance at the Hard Rock Hotel! Photos below:


12th Sept | Shenzhen, China


12th Sept | Hard Rock Hotel Shenzhen M&G
12th Sept | Hard Rock Hotel Shenzhen M&G | Backstage

jessiej September 10th, 2018

Jessie continued her China tour in Chengdu, Beijing and Wuxi. Stunning photos from her show have been added below:


5th Sept | Chengdu, China


6th Sept | Beijing, China


9th Sept | Wuxi, China

jessiej September 3rd, 2018

Jessie continued her tour in Zhenghou, China on 1st Sept. She will be in Beijing tonight (3rd Sept). Photos below:


1st Sept | Zhengzhou, China

jessiej August 31st, 2018

Jessie is featured in the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar China, the charity stars edition. HQ photos from her shoot have been added below:


006: Harper’s Bazaar China

jessiej August 31st, 2018

Jessie started off her China arena tour in Wuhan yesterday evening. 100+ photos have been added, loving all her outfit changes & the rose decor! Check out the photos below:


30th August | Wuhan, China

jessiej August 31st, 2018

“I genuinely didn’t think I was going to win,” Jessie J says when she’s asked about her unprecedented victory on the Chinese talent show Singer earlier this year. “I don’t think it’s sunken in yet.”

The British pop star has just finished a whirlwind three-month stint in Changsha for the filming of Singer, a Hunan TV reality competition featuring established singers similar to the X Factor.

Jessie J was one of the first foreign contestants on the hit talent show, performing alongside some of the biggest artists in China, including Taiwan singers Sam Lee and Angela Chang, as well as Beijing rocker Wang Feng.

“It felt like being on a really cool version of the Hunger Games,” Jessie J tells That’s in an interview one week after the April finale. “Everything [in Changsha] felt really epic. It’s like nowhere else I’ve ever been.”

After turning heads back at home for competing on the show, the 30-year-old platinum pop star and former judge of The Voice ended up winning the contest with nearly half of the audience vote. Her heartfelt rendition of Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ earned her top marks in the finale, which hundreds of millions of viewers tuned in to watch. That night, she became the first foreign singer to take the crown.

“It was amazing for me to be on the other side, to not be the coach but to be the person that was competing,” Jessie J says of her appearance on the show. “It taught me a lot about how I’ve been with contestants on The Voice in the UK and Australia, and how I could improve as a coach and contestant. I genuinely feel like I got to know myself more in the process. I’ve definitely improved as a singer.”

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jessiej August 24th, 2018

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jessiej August 11th, 2018

Becoming a musician, particularly outside of the cultural epicenter of the United States, is an ill-advised undertaking. For foreign artists, breaking out of your home nation is a feat as difficult and perilous as the journey of Icarus —and those who do reach the American market often don’t have the staying power to prevent them from flying too close to the sun and combusting before their time.

Jessica Ellen Cornish is none such artist. After she was overlooked in her native U.K., the musical theater alum sought a recording contract in the U.S. and found it as Jessie J — a stage name she still can’t explain. Rising to prominence by writing for the likes of Chris Brown and Miley Cyrus (the irony is not lost on many that a recent import wrote Cyrus her first-ever hit, a song about feeling out of place in Los Angeles but partying the night away regardless) before releasing her first chart-topper as a solo act: “Do It Like A Dude,” a track she intended for Rihanna. Since, the now 30-year-old has become a household name, offering many more pop staples — from “Price Tag” to “Bang Bang” to the Pitch Perfect-adopted “Flashlight” — but it’s 2009 Jessie J, with her smoky eyeshadow, enormous silver hoop earrings, and now-famous jet-black bob, showcasing her inconceivable range in YouTube videos filmed in her bathroom that her fans revere most.

It seems that Jessie J — wide-eyed and wise beyond her years — has returned. For the first time in four years, Jessie has released a new full-length project, or an album that was “never meant to be an album.” R.O.S.E is a collection of four mini-EPs, each letter forming an acrostic poem to touch on the most fundamental elements of human nature and, according to Jessie, a “personal achievement.” The singer wails, whispers and vocally gyrates her way through Realizations, Obsessions, Sex and Empowerment, effortlessly elevated by each record’s soulful and unerringly slick production.

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Tour Dates & Shows

30th August | WuhanChina
1st Sept | ZhengzhouChina
3rd Sept | BeijingChina
5th Sept | ChengduChina
7th Sept | ChangshaChina
9th Sept | WuxiChina
12th Sept | ShenzhenChina
14th Sept | HangzhouChina
16th Sept | TianjinChina
18th Sept | ShanghaiChina
20th Sept | C3 Plaza, Taipei
22nd Sept | AsiaWorld-Expo Hall, Hong Kong
1st Oct | The Warfield, San Fransisco
3rd Oct | The Vogue, Vancouver
4th Oct | McMenamins Crystal Ballroom, Portland
6th Oct | Showbox SoDo, Seattle
8th Oct | The Depot, Salt Lake City
9th Oct | Gothic Theater, Englewood
11th Oct | State Theater, Minneapolis
12th Oct | The Riviera, Chicago
14th Oct | Royal Oak Music Hall, Detroit
16th Oct | Rebel, Toronto
17th Oct | MTELUS, Montreal
19th Oct | Hammerstein Ballroom, New York
20th Oct | Electric Factory, Philadelphia
22nd Oct | House Of Blues, Boston
23rd Oct | The Fillmore, Silver Spring
25th Oct | Buckhead Theatre, Atlanta
28th Oct | House of Blues, Houston
29th Oct | House of Blues, Dallas
31st Oct | The Van Buren, Phoenix
1st Nov | The Wiltern, Los Angeles
4th Nov | The Warfield, San Fransisco
8th Nov | De Montford Hall, Leicester
9th Nov | O2 Academy, Bournemouth
11th Nov | O2 Academy, Sheffield
13th Nov | Royal Albert Hall, London
14th Nov | O2 Academy, Bristol
16 Nov | Manchester Academy, Manchester
17 Nov | New Theatre, Oxford
19 Nov | Corn Exchange, Cambridge
20 Nov | O2 Academy, Birmingham
22 Nov | The Nick Rayns LCR (UEA), Norwich
23 Nov |  Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
25 Nov | Empire Theatre, Liverpool
26 Nov |  O2 Academy, Leeds
28 Nov | O2 Academy, Glasgow
29 Nov | O2 Academy, Newcastle
1st Dec | Dublin National Stadium, Dublin
3rd Dec | AFAS Live, Amsterdam
5th Dec | Cologne Palladium, Cologne

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