Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

Jessie J: I'm just a normal person

Jessie J says she has to do housework like everyone else

Jessie J has revealed she tries to do her own chores when she has a day off.

The Price Tag songstress, who has stepped down from being a judge on The Voice, admitted she is just "normal" and does her own cleaning and laundry.

"I do my own washing, I've got to empty the dishwasher, I need to clean my fridge and I've got ironing to do. I'm normal, I go into my house and I want to tidy up, hang pictures on the wall and the boiler man's coming," she told Glamour.

"I've got to take my dog to the vet. That fills my day off and then I need a day under the duvet to watch films and actually rest my body," she added.

Jessie - whose real name is Jessica Ellen Cornish - said she isn't comfortable with being described as a role model.

"It overwhelms me, because it is a lot of pressure. I can't be everyone's saviour. I can't be everyone's therapist and I can't be everyone's mum so it is a fine line," she added.

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