Jessie J: 'I don't want to be famous'
Jessie J has admitted she has no interest in fame.
The star, who has scored a chart topping single and sold over 1 million singles in four months, insisted that she never became a singer for the celebrity lifestyle.
'I didn't come into this industry to be famous or to go to all the cool parties,' she told Recognise magazine.
'I want to use my music to help people who are bombarded with negativity through the media and in some cases day-to-day life I want to bring them hope.'
The singer also said she would love to collaborate with rapper Lil Wayne and he was a major inspiration on her debut 'Who You Are'.
'I was obsessed with Lil Wayne at one point," she told Rap-Up.
'The song 'Rainbow' is basically about how we're all colours of the rainbow and my delivery is very like yup, yup, still very Lil Wayne-y. It's one of my favourites.'
Jess performed at the O2 Academy in Shepherd's Bush last night (05.04).
Check out Capital.com's picture gallery from the show.