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21 February 2012, 19:10
The 'Who You Are' singer says she isn't at the BRITs 2012 to win but to celebrate with her pop music peers.
Jessie J says tonight's BRIT Awards ceremony is not about winning but is about recognizing the high standard of British music at the moment.
The 'Domino' singer says she thinks the BRITs tonight (21st February) at London's O2 Arena is more about celebrating everyone's achievements over the past year.
"At the moment I reckon UK music is at the highest standard it's been in a long, long time," Jessie told Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes while arriving on the BRITs 2012 red carpet today. "I’m proud of everyone that's been nominated. I'm not here to win I'm here to be an honoured person to be British and be part of the night.
"That's all I've ever dreamed of so winning would be a bonus. And if it's me I'l probably make a really weird speech," Jessie added.
The 'Who You Are' singer described the feeling of attending the BRITs 2012 today alongside friends like Adele and Ed Sheeran as "like the end of the school year". Jessie is up for three awards at tonight's ceremony including Best British Breakthrough.
Capital will be coming live from the BRIT Awards in London all day on Tuesday (21st February).
Check out our BRIT Awards area for all the latest news, pictures, videos and interviews from this year's ceremony at the O2 Arena. You can also follow all the action as it happens by following us on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #BRITsOnCapital.
Watch Jessie J talking about the BRITs 2012 while arriving at the O2 Arena today below: