"Eu queria ser famosa como Celine, Whitney, Beyoncé…" – Chora Jessie J sobre seu "anonimato"

Jessie J é a capa da Women’s Health da semana no Reino Unido, mas teve muito mais a mostrar que apenas o corpo bonito.

Women's Health's March issue (on-sale 9th February) has an exclusive interview with Jessie J. The press release is pasted below and the hi-res images, plus cover, are in this WeTransfer folder: http://we.tl/6jmEYETNZG It is embargoed until 00:01 5th February, 2016. As usual, I'd just have to kindly ask you to adhere to the following terms of usage: -Run a maximum of two images plus the front cover -Run the front cover with the images at all times -State that 'The full interview appears in the March 2016 issue of Women's Health, on sale 9th Februay -Credit the photographer as 'Women's Health / Zoe McConnell' -Ensure that the Pictures are not altered or cropped -Warrant there will be no derogatory, defamatory or negative reference made to either Cosmopolitan or anyone featured in the Pictures Thanks, Ben **EMBARGOED UNTIL 00:01 FRIDAY 05 FEBRUARY 2016** "All the things my personality had that made me become the person who felt confident enough to be Jessie J, fame just takes away" Jessie J reveals all to Women's Health In an exclusive interview with Women's Health the London born singer and judge of The Voice Australia, opens up about how fame has made her less open, her phenomenal success in the US compared to the UK and discusses her plans for the future. On becoming less open about her private life in recent years: "I wish I could be more open about certain things, but as the years have gone by, I've definitely become less so. All the things my personality had that made me become the person who felt confident enough to be Jessie J, fame just takes away. Like spontaneity, honesty, openness. Just being completely transparent." On her success in America, in comparison to the UK (Jessie has previously only received two British Female Solo Artist Brit Award nominations and has never been asked to perform at the ceremony): "It makes me sad. I've done the Grammys, the VMAs¿ my profile in America is that I'm kind of celebrated as one of the greatest singers and I love it." On her ambitions for the future: "I wanna be up there with the Celine Dions, the Whitneys, the Beyoncés and Arethas. I go hard because I hope and pray that one day, people look back and go, 'She could really f**king sing, you know.' Which is why I keep going." On her desire to become a mother: "I talk about my children every day even though they don't exist. It sounds really weird, but I do. I put into the universe that I love them¿ who knows when it's going to happen?" On her clean living (Jessie only drinks the occasional glass of wine, hasn't touched caffeine for 15 years, avoids wheat, sugar and salt, limits red meat and drinks as much water as possible): "I'm healthy because I have to look after myself." "I like to feel everything I feel based on purity. So, if I'm sick, I won't just take antibiotics, I will try to get through it myself." Read the full interview in the March Issue of Women's Health - on sale 09 February - ends - For more information and images, please contact: Ben Bolton PR Manager Hearst Magazines UK 020 7439 5218 07793 795 919 ben.bolton@hearst.co.uk

Na verdade, ela abriu o coração e disparou que, nos Estados Unidos, é até mais valorizada que em sua própria terra-natal, onde parece ter sido esquecida assim que finalizou os trabalhos da era Who You Are, sua mais bem-sucedida até então, lá em 2012. Desde aquele ano, a popularidade da moça vem se mostrando cada vez mais abalada na Europa, e ela não está lidando nada bem com isso:

“Isso me deixa triste. E eu já cantei no Grammy, nos VMAs… Eu sou muito mais bem tratada lá na América, onde me veem como uma das cantoras mais talentosas, e eu amo isso”, confidenciou na entrevista, “Eu quero estar no nível de Celine, Whitney, Beyoncé, Aretha, e é por isso que eu me esforço tanto: eu espero e rezo que, um dia, as pessoas vão olhar para trás e falar: ‘nossa, ela realmente tinha um vozeirão, né?’ É por isso que eu persisto.”

Os dois últimos lançamentos da britânica, Alive (2013) e Sweet Talker (2014) não foram positivamente recebidos no mercado, apesar de smash-hits como It’s My Party e Bang Bang (com Ariana Grande e Nicki Minaj).

Jessie tentará reverter este quadro (novamente) em 2016: ela atualmente trabalha em seu quarto álbum de estúdio e não duvidamos que muita coisa boa ainda vem por aí.

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