Inspirational Quotes from Jessie J

By | February 14, 2016

I love cleaning, weird but true. It really relaxes me.

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I want young people to know that they can belong – whatever your culture, your religion, your sexuality – that you can live life how you want to live it and feel comfortable how you are.

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I want everybody to think I’m a hard worker as an aunt, a sister, a friend, a daughter, a niece, everything. I want to be great at every role, because every role in my life is as important as being Jessie J.

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It’s really important to me that my niece and nephews can come and see my show, as can my grandad and nan. I love spending time with my family, and music has always bonded us.

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I’m not really the party person. I don’t ‘become myself’ once I’m drunk. I don’t use alcohol to be happy.

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I think confidence is the sexiest thing to have.

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I might put a nicer pair of heels on and a cooler outfit, but I’m still that naughty girl who likes a slice of cheesecake on my day off.

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I have always been the first on the dance floor. Before fame, people thought it made me a good laugh; now, people point and call me an attention seeker! I’m very aware of the way people can view me, but I’m very aware that I have to just enjoy my life.

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I like stripper shoes. I like being tall because I’m claustrophobic.

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I always wanted to be an artist; being a songwriter for myself was always a must but being a songwriter for others has been a bonus.

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It’s weird because when you initially write a song, you write it with no understanding that the world is maybe going to hear it one day. So when you go into the studio, you don’t see the hundreds of people at a gig or the viewers on TV, you just write a song without any inhibitions or boundaries.

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The message I want to give my fans is, always have a way to pull yourself out of the dark place. Don’t sit and cry about it. Have your moment, and then get over it.

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I remember while I was at school some of my Muslim friends talked about a handful of people spoiling things in every culture. Hatred or hurt or pain isn’t specific to a religion. I think it’s a matter of acceptance. The one thing the world has to accept is everybody is different. What is normal to us is different and unusual to somebody else.

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Children used to get bullied at school. Now they go home, and that’s where the problem starts – because they sit on their phones all night, thinking about who’s ‘liked’ a photo of them, who hates them, who loves them. They don’t know what’s real and what’s not, editing their lives constantly to fit other people’s views.

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I think being nice and being safe is unfair to yourself when you have big dreams as a woman. I think you have to prepare yourself that not everyone in this world has the same personality… The one thing I’ve chosen to be great at in my life is singing – so why not be proud that I’m great at it?

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During my stage shows, I am so energetic. It’s constant! I just don’t stand still. I actually got given a mic stand from my team to say ‘Just calm down. Stand still for at least two songs.’ But now I just pick it up and walk around with it.

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I think the best way to have confidence is not to allow everyone else’s insecurities to be your own.

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Sometimes you have to be a diva. All the artists I admire from Madonna to Whitney to Mariah have all been called divas. If you are strong, if you have vision, if you are an artist, you have to do what you believe in. And if you get called a diva for it, then so what.

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Do what makes you feel good. Remind yourself of what you’re good at and make sure you do that.

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I’m not afraid to say I’m very comfortable with who I am and I love who I love.

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I’m not afraid to have no make-up on and no hair. I just want to be stripped back.

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The best gift a fan could give me is undeniable support.

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I wasn’t always someone who was talented. It was more that I was loud and loved a challenge.

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When I was 10 or 11 people started saying there was something special about my voice. But when I was 15 or 16 is when I really thought my hobby could become my career.

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I like my life to be pure and clean and organised, and I like to have had eight hours’ sleep a night. I honestly don’t think I’d be as successful if I was a party animal. Because I don’t think my personality would be as focused and open as it is.

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I’m so hard on myself that when I’m in the studio, I’ll write 10 songs and only use one. So those nine songs that are left over, I always think, ‘Where could these go? Who could they be for?’

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I have become a bit obsessed with eyebrows. I used to never have any, and then I realised big eyebrows are good, and now I’m an eyebrow fiend. Everyone comes to me to get their eyebrows done.

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I never stop working when I’m on stage, and that’s my fitness.

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I see my music as Emotional Therapeutic Pop music that bleeds into loads of different genres.

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I’m glad I was faced with different cultures when I was growing up because I wasn’t fazed by it. It has been a huge benefit to me; I feel comfortable wherever I go.

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I’m an artist, but I’m also a businesswoman, and sometimes you have to play hard.

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My style is ghetto chic. I love tacky jewelry, mega heels, high-waisted shorts, catsuits.

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But I love singing live. Nothing beats the feeling of going out on stage and going, ‘I can really sing.’

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I’m glad I’ve had to struggle. It’s made me the artist I am now.

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And that’s the kind of thing people think, you know, that if you sign up to be a singer-songwriter you know how to deal with people setting up hate websites, or people being obsessed with you and crying when you touch them, but you don’t, and you just have to deal with.

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I am a dork in disguise; I love doing stupid stuff.

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I was obsessed with the Spice Girls! I always wanted to be Sporty. Or Posh, but I wasn’t pretty enough.

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And I definitely do that very British thing of, take things with a pinch of salt, stiff upper lip, you know what I mean?

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I do my own make-up a lot of the time, and I’m very involved in what I wear.

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I’m someone who’d never base how happy I am on how much money I have, or how good a restaurant is because of how posh it is.

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I also surround myself with people who make me laugh. If I’m not laughing, it upsets my day.

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There are a lot of people holding on to the old Jessie J – whatever that means – but I think there’s a lot more people realizing what I’m about. I think people like it.

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I’m so happy people are seeing the eclectic side of me. I’m really honored to be able to push my voice into different sounds. Otherwise it all gets a bit samey same.

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The way I look at it, a footballer wouldn’t play in flip-flops or dip their feet in acid and then expect to get to David Beckham’s level. My voice is my living, so I’ll be looking after it.

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I’m the most un-diva-ish person you’ll meet. I’m never rude to people and I am always on time.

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You know, as a woman, it is tough to get to the top – like to get to that respected level in this industry – in any industry, I think.

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I’d love to have a fashion range; I’ve been dressed by the amazing Vivienne Westwood, and fashion is something I’m a huge fan of.

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I have calmed down my look. Is it really necessary to wear all that jewelry and makeup at 7 A.M.? When you’re tired, you start to over-compensate by wearing too much bling.

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I love getting dressed up, but I want to be remembered for my singing.

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I always imagine the world and myself above it and how minute one negative person’s voice is in comparison to the amount of people that are in the world.

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Sexuality shouldn’t define anyone. It doesn’t define me. Love should be at the core of what you do.

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My style is constantly evolving. Style has been something that I think has been the hardest thing for me to come to terms with.

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