Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 23 August 2014

Jessie J: I don't need romance

Jessie J says she's happy to put her love life on hold.

The singer and Voice coach is currently working on her new album Gold.

The Daily Mail said that Jessie told Glamour magazine: "I'm addicted to my job right now. I want to be a good daughter, I want to be a great sister, I want to be a great aunt, I want to be a great friend.

"I know I've got the right friends because they understand when they haven't seen me for three months and then when I do see them, it's exactly as it was before.

"And if I did meet somebody, I would only ever make room for someone that loved me how I deserved to be loved. Until then... I've got my shoes, I've got my album, my dog."

Jessie also revealed that she isn't in a rush to grow back her locks, after shaving her head for Comic Relief.

"There's a big difference between shaving your head and then growing it back in five minutes," she told the magazine.

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