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13 November 2012, 13:14
The 'Teenage Dream' star is a big fan of the 'Wildest Moments' singer.
Katy Perry has urged her fans to check out UK singer-songwriter Jessie Ware after becoming a fan of the rising music star.
The 'Part Of Me' singer tweeted here followers this week to predict "massive" success for the 28 year-old singer, whose debut album 'Devotion was shortlisted for the Mercury Music Prize earlier this year.
"I think this lil' lady is going to be massive," Katy posted last night (13th November), alongside a link to Jessie's huge hit single 'Wildest Moments', originally released back in June.
"So if you haven't discovered her yet, jump on board," the 'Wide Awake' singer added.
View a picture of Mercury Prize nominated artist Jessie Ware at the MOBOs 2012 nominations party earlier this year below (Credit: PA):
Over the past several weeks Katy has been performing and supporting US President Barack Obama in his campaign for re-election in the US elections, which Barack later won, and the 'Teenage Dream' star also introduced her 91 year-old grandma to the democratic candidate.
Katy Perry has taken some time off from releasing new music over the past few months while she begins writing material for her next studio album, which will be the follow-up to her 2010 second album 'Teenage Dream'.