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30 September 2012, 08:12
The 'Price Tag' star reveals she's set to spend two months in the US completing her follow-up to 'Who You Are'.
Jessie J is set to spend the next two months in America to complete work on her new album.
The 'Domino' singer has already begun work on the follow-up to her 2011 album 'Who You Are', and told Capital this week that she wanted to collaborate with her friend Tinie Tempah on the record.
"2 months stateside. Album 2 let's have yaaaaa," Jessie wrote on Twitter last night (29th September).
She then added that she was looking forward to celebrating one particular festivity across the Atlantic while she's finishing her album – Halloween.
Speaking to Capital FM, Jessie said she was hopeful her new album would include a Tinie Tempah duet.
"If we can make it happen. He's a busy guy and I'm a busy girl. We're good friends."
The pair were also seen performing together alongside Taio Cruz at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games this summer.
Jessie released her new autobiography Nice To Meet You this week.
The star also gave fans a sneak taste of what to expect from her forthcoming Elle magazine feature when she revealed the cover for the magazine.