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29 December 2011, 13:27
The 'Price Tag' singer hopes to work with the male artist again after the release of the pair's duet on 'Up'.
Jessie J has revealed that she wants to work with James Morrison on her second studio album.
The 'Who's Laughing Now' singer has already collaborated with James on his single 'Up' and is keen to get back into the studio with the star.
She told the Daily Star: "'Up' was the first song I'd ever recorded that I hadn't written and it was such a big deal to do that.
"When James sent me the demo, I just couldn't get the song out of my head. So when I went to the studio I wanted it to be perfect for him because I knew how personal 'Up's lyrics were to him."
James joined Jessie on stage at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball earlier this month to perform a rendition of the song at the O2 Arena in London.
The star also recently explained that her follow up album to 2011's 'Who You Are' will feature more "painful" lyrics as she hopes to explore her darker times.