The 'Not Letting Go' hitmaker has revealed she would love to collaborate with the 'Night Changes' singer now it has been confirmed the chart-topping boy band will be taking a break next year.
She said: ''I love One Direction. I'd probably work with Niall. I had some jokes with Niall. He's such a funny guy. I've also met Liam [Payne]. He's lovely actually.
''Oh and I've met Zayn [Malik]. He's cool. He's really good-looking but he looks too much like my cousin!''
She gushed: ''I'd love to work with Snoop Dogg or Dr Dre. Dre's album is amazing. I'm obsessed with it at the moment.
''I also love Mark Ronson. He's such a talented guy. If I could, I would.''
However, Jess has admitted she finds fame ''overwhelming and so amazing'' but says she couldn't be ''more grateful'' for all her success.
Talking to KISS FM, she said: ''It's so overwhelming and so amazing. I couldn't be more grateful. When I got the phone call the other day, I burst into tears. I was just so shocked.
''And I know people must think 'how are you shocked?', but I think the past week has been the first week it's all hit me. Like genuinely, just slapped me in the face and I've gone, 'Oh my God, this is actually happening.'''
Jess Glynne will be performing at the KISS Haunted House Party on 29th October alongside Rita Ora. Head to www.kissfmuk.com for tickets
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