Jessie J has revealed she is to take a break from music early next year so she can ''write and live''.
Jessie J is taking a break from music.
The 'Flashlight' hitmaker has revealed she is to have a few months away from the industry next year to ''write and live''.
Clarifying comments she made on stage at Somerset House, London, she wrote on Twitter: ''I said on stage last night I want/need a break I didn't mean today I am working until Jan/Feb next year Then I will be writing/living.
''It was just a open conversation with myself and the audience Last night wasn't my last show of the year lol (sic)''
Meanwhile, the 27-year-old beauty recently admitted she hates being famous.
She said: ''I don't like being famous, I'm not very good at it. I like simple things like cooking and bowling. I like helping people.''
And Jessie also referenced her recent health issues, which saw her admitted to hospital for a mystery operation.
She added: ''Every time I step on the stage I never presume or expect it to last forever. I take in each moment as though they are stars - I know that sounds strange, but it's true.
''If you see me sitting down, it's because it's one of my first gigs since having two operations. I'm still a bit shaky and I'm not my usual jumpy self.''
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