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29 December 2011, 09:00 | Updated: 29 December 2011, 09:44
The 'Who's Laughing Now' singer has revealed she wants to try and help those less fortunate then herself.
Jessie J has revealed that she wants to be able to offer some form of help service which aims to "give some good into the world".
The 'Who You Are' singer admitted to Capital FM that she would have been working in some line of charitable industry had she not found success with music.
The singer did confess that this is still a passion of hers and hopes to find a place for this work in her life.
Discussing what she'd want to do, Jessie said: "Id be doing something to put some good into the world. I'd be a social worker or an inspirational speaker or I'd work with children or I'd work with people that hadn't been so privileged as myself growing up."
"I'd still want to do that in my life," she added.
Meanwhile, the singer has promised fans that she will embark on a UK tour sometime in 2012.