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18 May 2012, 06:53
The 'Domino' singer admits she has to raise her game following the success of Will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones last week.
Jessie J has promised she will "raise the game' this weekend on The Voice UK with her artists.
The 'Domino' singer's four remaining acts Toni Warne, Cassius Henry, Becky Hill and Vince Kidd will take to the stage on the BBC One talent show this weekend, alongside fellow vocal coach Danny O'Donogue's acts, and the 'Price Tag' singer says she has been focusing hard on improving her acts vocals.
"I have worked my artists really hard this week on their vocals, because that's why the show's called The Voice," Jessie told Capitalfm.com. "I just wanted to make sure they feel like they're able to be recognised as improving and being workaholics, which is what they are.
"They're being really worked hard at the moment by everything," the 'LaserLight' singer explained. "Team Jessie's just going to bring great vocals and I'm looking at the production a little bit more and pushing that."
Jessie added: "Will kind of set the bar very high, and so did Tom, they both did a great job [so] me and Danny have definitely got to raise the game!"
Earlier this week Jessie discussed work on her upcoming second studio album and promised fans it will feature the same eclectic mix of songs as her 2011 debut record 'Who You Are'.
The Voice UK continues this Saturday 19th May at 6.30pm on BBC One.
Watch Jessie J talking about Team Jessie on The Voice UK with Capitalfm.com below: