“View people with the understanding of ‘what if that was me. How would I feel?’”
Always remember where you come from and never let where you want to go or are going in life destroy what made/makes you a good person. Be honest, be trustworthy, be passionate, show love, be humble, work hard and always be nice. Don’t let superficial, success and money become your only friends. They will make it a very lonely party. - Jessie J
STOP ONLINE BULLYING
‚Infact I’m fed up of the people who spend their days commenting on peoples pictures being rude and being completely irrelevant to what and who is in the picture. And it always being ignored. Imagine someone commenting on the way you look 24.7 (no one is perfect) or bringing up your past all the time of things you are trying to move on from. The bullying online needs to stop! It’s...
Jessie J: A lesson in life
“There comes a moment in life when lessons hit you. When you didn’t even realise you needed one but it just happens so fast… It shows itself.. Becareful that morals don’t become a blur and words become noise. Surround yourself with people who understand you and most importantly… Love you for the RIGHT reasons… Remember everything you do everything you say is a puzzle piece to the jigsaw that is...
Interviewer: What's your most annoying habit?
Jessie: Everywhere I go I feel like I have to rearrange things.
Interviewer: If you could be a superhero for a day, what would your special power be?
Jessie: To read people's minds.
Interviewer: Were you ever a crazy fan for someone?
Jessie: No, not really.
Interviewer: What's your favorite song to sing live?
Jessie: Depends on the crowd and on the show and what thing it is and on the mood I'm in. I love to sing Nobody's Perfect cuz the crowd gets so involved. And i love to sing Who's Laughing Now cuz it just feels good.
Interviewer: Can you use chopsticks?
Jessie: Yes i can.
“Its healthy to admit your not ok. “Its ok not to be ok” its brave. But don’t let it win. Be sad. Have your moment, your day or week.”
“My band got used to me talking about farts and poops. It annoys me when people are all girly about it. Everybody does it!”
“Nothing makes me feel more alive than music.”
“They’re not bullying you because of you; they’re bullying you because of how they are.”
“Put music out to say SOMETHING. Smh. If you have a chance to show the world something. Teach the children of our world something. Use it wisely. Chatting about how amazing you are isn’t inspirational.”
“Life isn’t about winning it’s about what you learn and how much you can grow.”
“Remember we are setting an example and a standard for our children. Children of others and children of our own now or one day. Pictures we post, the words we use, the habits we have. They will one day look at it all. Let’s set a great example.”
“The mind is a powerful thing. Our thoughts are so important. Whatever we think about plays a huge part on who we are and our actions.”
“Make a list once a week and keep it in ur bag, so u can remind urself of what u need to do. Be ur own personal assistant.”
“I am young, I will make mistakes, I will be sad, but you can always pull yourself out of a bad place”
“TRUST ME. Life is not worth living feeling sad and down and lonely. Always be true to who YOU are.”
“Being bullied means you’re special and that’s what I want all kids to know.”
“Stop listening to people who say you can’t. Never tell yourself your not capable.”
“Remember your morals, beliefs, and the people around you are more important than how much money you’ve got in your pocket.”
‘People want to take pictures with me, touch me, they scream and cry. Hopefully because they like me, not because they are scared.’
“Comparisons are lazy. Appreciate everyone for their own individual special qualities.”
“Different is good, change is normal, growth is important.”
“The other day Tom said to me, ‘What are you doing?’ And I said, ‘I’m tweeting’, and he was like, ‘What’s that?’ So I found myself explaining the world of Twitter to Sir Tom Jones. We’re two people who are on very different parts of our journey, yet have so much in common – it’s incredible.” @jessiej
“In 10 years time I will be… …making music which will, hopefully, be...
I don’t have a type. For me it’s about someone being comfortable in their own...
“I think as an artist it’s also really important to know what you don’t wanna and what you don’t wanna be.”
“Life isn’t about kissing people’s asses”
“There’s a lot of pressure on these little shoulders of mine. But you know what? I’m not gonna let it get to me. I’ll just always try and be the best I can. I’m never gonna be perfect. I’m not a robot.”
“I always wanted to do it the hard way. I believe that hustle and struggle are the most important things an artist learns on their journey.”
“What you see is what you get. There might be things about me that you don’t like. There might be things I say you don’t agree with. There might be things in my life people don’t wanna associate with. But you know what? All i’m gonna say is that I’m a human being”
“I try to not be fearful of anything. I just try it and see if it works. I don’t really like rehearsing.”
“If you upset me, I’m gonna write a song about it. Don’t forget that”
“I remember when I supported Chris Brown and the first night I went on stage and they booed and I was like ‘Boo louder come on scare me on stage’ and then they just started laughing and I was like ‘Yeah I’m not gonna be here for only 5 minutes so be respectful.”
Interviewer: How do you start your day?
Jessie: With an actimel
Interviewer: What's your favourite place to eat out?
Jessie: Toss up between Savannah Jerk and Hakkasan
Interviewer: What's your drink of choice?
Jessie: Passion fruit Rubicon
Interviewer: What's your current mode of transport?
Jessie: My little Ka
Interviewer: What's the best present someone's given to you?
Jessie: My Jessie necklace
Interviewer: If you could listen to anyone's conversation anywhere in the world, whose would it be?
Jessie: Obama's and his wife's
Interviewer: Who is your hero?
Jessie: My mum and my dad
Interviewer: What do you keep by the side of your bed?
Jessie: My laptop
Interviewer: How can someone make you feel good about yourself?
Jessie: Singing along to my songs at a gig
Interviewer: What are you afraid of?
Interviewer: Who do you call the most
Interviewer: What would your dream collaboration be?
Interviewer: How do you know when you're in love?
Jessie: When I wanna write songs about it
Interviewer: Where's your favorite place to be alone?
Jessie: In bed
Interviewer: Did you dream of getting in this position of your career?
Interviewer: Have you changed?
Jessie: I think everybody changes. But i think for the good.
Interviewer: What makes someone successful?
Interviewer: Greatest song or poem?
Jessie: Don't lose who you are in the blur of the stars
Interviewer: What's in your pocket and can I see it please?
Jessie: I got nothing in my pockets
Interviewer: Does the good guy win?
Jessie: Not always
Interviewer: What's the favourite part of a man's or woman's body?
Jessie: A back
Interviewer: Are you more of a giver or receiver?
Interviewer: Whats the last thought you have before you go on stage?
Jessie: I need the toilet
Interviewer: How do you approach a challenge?
Jessie: Just get on with it
Interviewer: What do you think of when you hear the word friends?
Jessie: Facebook which is terrible
Interviewer: What do you regret?
Jessie: Telling lies
Interviewer: What's been your defining moment so far?
Jessie: Party in the USA being a #1 song
Interviewer: When is the perfect time to say goodbye?
Jessie: When you gonna leave
Interviewer: How would you like to be remembered?
Jessie: As someone who was always true to herself
“My mum and dad brought me up to well for me to sing about ‘I’m in a car and I’m drinking this and smoking that, I got my chains and my cars’. Don’t expect to turn my album on and ever get to hear that kind of music.’
misscornish asked: What's that last quote from? :)