Jessie J has revealed she's leaving the UK in favour of a new life stateside.
The Price Tag singer told Event magazine that she has decided to up sticks and move to LA, where she feels her music is more appreciated.
"In America they see me as a singer whereas here I feel that people don't appreciate my voice," she said. "I've dedicated my life to singing and I want it to be taken seriously.
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Jessie J: 'I want to be taken seriously'
"Here it seems that all people want to know is what I've had for breakfast and who I'm in a relationship with."
The former The Voice UK judge added that she feels she's revealed too much about her personal life and her sexuality to the press.
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"Sometimes I don't know when to stop," she said. "Sometimes I should just say nothing, but I can't help myself and make some big statement when saying nothing would be much more appropriate."
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In the interview the 26-year-old also admitted she thinks people have the wrong impression of her character.
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"People expect me to be really aggressive," she said. "And they're surprised that I can be vulnerable or feel fragile. I'm probably the least aggressive person you could meet. I'm direct yes, honest yes, but I'm not going to punch you. I am actually... a really sweet girl."