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22 June 2012, 07:57
The 'Who You Are' singer has warned her Twitter followers that nothing will be given to them without hard work.
Jessie J has urged her fans to work hard before expecting success, and promises that nothing is ever handed out on a "golden plate".
The 'Domino' star shared the words of wisdom with her 'Heartbeats' on Twitter last night (21st June), and said it was important for people to start at the bottom and work up in their careers.
"You gotta learn how to work hard before success," Jessie tweeted. "Not just be handed it on a golden plate.
"You learn your craft from the bottom up. Remember that," she also posted, after earlier in the day writing: "Actions speak louder than words…"
Check out a recent shot of Jessie J on stage at Wembley Stadium for the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2012 below (Credit: PA):
Earlier this week Jessie gave fans a quick update on progress for her second studio album, promising that the record will be full of "honest music".
Jessie is currently penning new material ready to record the follow-up to her 2011 debut record 'Who You Are'.
Jessie J recently wrapped work as a vocal coach on The Voice UK, and is set to launch a brand new arena tour across the UK in February 2013.