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14 August 2012, 17:27
The 'Price Tag' singer is laying down new music ready for her second studio album.
Jessie J has revealed she is back in the recording studio working on new music fresh from playing the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony over the weekend.
The 'Domino' star posted a picture of herself seemingly in the studio this afternoon (14th August), suggesting she is in the midst of laying down tracks for her highly anticipated second studio album.
"I'm back," Jessie simply posted alongside the picture of a recording studio mixing desk.
Earlier this year during her time as a vocal coach on the first series of The Voice UK Jessie confirmed she was already writing new music, ready to begin work on the follow-up to her 2011 release 'Who You Are'.
Jessie previously revealed she is hoping to convince the likes of UK acts Ed Sheeran and Tinie Tempah, as well as admiting she would love to collaborate with the likes of Rihanna and Beyonce.
On Sunday (12th August) Jessie joined Tinie and Taio Cruz for a joint performance of all three of their singles, as well as a cover of Bee Gees, for the end of the Olympic Games.
Check out the picture Jessie J tweeted of herself back in the recording studio below (Credit: Twitter):
"Watching The Closing Ceremony back with happy tears streaming down my face :)," Jessie wrote yesterday. "So honoured to be a part of such a huge part of British History and to perform with Tinie, Taio and the incredible legendary Queen. #wewillrockyou #london2012."
Jessie J has yet to announce a release window for her second studio album but will launch a brand new headline tour across the UK in earlier 2013.