Jessica Ellen Cornish is an English singer. She was born on March 27, 1988, and her stage name is Jessie J. She was born and raised in London. When she was 11, she got her first role on stage in the musical Whistle Down the Wind on the West End. She went to the BRIT School and then got a deal with Gut Records and Sony/ATV Music Publishing to write songs.
Jessie J: Career Details
Jessie J’s first deal was with Gut Records, which asked her to make an album for the label. But the company went out of business before they could put it out. Later, she got a job as a songwriter with Sony ATV.
She also joined a group called “Soul Deep.” But after two years, she decided to leave because the group wasn’t going anywhere.
The “Critics Choice Award” was given to her in 2011. In the same year, she was also on an episode of “Saturday Night Live,” an American late-night sketch comedy show that is very popular.
“Sweet Talker,” her third studio album, came out in 2014. Like her first two albums, this one did well, thanks to singles like “Ain’t Been Done,” “Sweet Talker,” and “Bang Bang.”
The next year, she was on “The Voice Australia,” an Australian talent show, for two seasons. In 2016, she was in the TV special “Grease: Live,” which aired on January 31 on Fox.
Jessie J: Net Worth
Jessie J’s net worth is estimated to be $30 million as of January 2023.
Favorite Quotes By Jessie J
“Look after yourself; remember that you only consist of your being, so make the best of what you have and look after it. Put good things into your body; eat well.”
“I’m so hard on myself that when I’m in the studio, I’ll write ten 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?’”
“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.”
“I want everybody to think I’m a hard worker as an aunt, a sister, a friend, a daughter, a niece, everything.”
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