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Tuesday 16 September 2014

Jessie J exits Thicke tour support

Jessie J has dropped out of supporting Robin Thicke's US tour

Jessie J has been forced to quit her role supporting Robin Thicke on his US tour because her management want her to concentrate on brushing up her album.

The Domino singer failed to top the charts in the UK with her latest album Alive, and now her record company are keen for her to go back into the studio to work on the upcoming US version, according to The Sun.

Former Voice coach Jessie had been due to open for Robin at his American shows during February and March, but will now apparently be busy revamping her album instead.

She said of going to America: "I'm looking forward to spending a lot more time over there working on my music."

Talking about catching up with old Voice colleague Sir Tom Jones in the US, she said: "He's like a grandfather to me. We get on so well."

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