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5 December 2011, 07:42 | Updated: 5 December 2011, 10:19
The 'Price Tag' singer headlined the final night of Capital's annual Jingle Bell Ball and says she will never forget performing on the O2 stage.
Jessie J has described her headline set at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball last night (4th December) as "epic".
The 'Who You Are' singer performed a crowd-pleasing set to end the weekend's huge radio event at the O2 Arena, and said it feels great to be so accepted by people in such a short space of time.
"Jingle Bell Ball was epic, amazing," Jessie told Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes after coming off stage at the Ball.
"I've seen so many, not just kids, but families singing along to every word of every song. And people accepting me in such a short amount of time.
"You know I knew that Rihanna headlined yesterday and she's been someone that's built a career over many albums and many years and to be in a position where I'm headlining the next day after her has been insane and a moment I won't forget."
The singer's headline set also featured several surprises for the sold-out O2 audience as singer-songwriter James Morrison and rapper Wretch 32 each joined Jessie J on stage for performances of 'Up' and 'Price Tag', respectively.
This weekend's Jingle Bell Ball featured performances from some of the biggest names in pop music including JLS, One Direction, Pixie Lott, Olly Murs, The Wanted and Rihanna.