Jessie J Debuts New Look At GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2012: "It's Time For a Change"

5 September 2012, 09:21

The 'LaserLight' singer tells fans she wanted a change after five years of her black bob hairstyle.

Jessie J debuted a completely new look at the GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2012 last night in London as she watched pop pal Tinie Tempah pick up the gong for Best Solo Artist.

The 'Domino' star wowed fans and photographers alike with her different look as she arrived for the star-studded event at the Royal Opera House yesterday (4th September), later declaring on Twitter that it had been "time for a change".

Jessie showed off a longer hairstyle than usual, with her trademark dark brown bob cut into a longer style without a fringe and coloured light brown with a hint of red.

The 'LaserLight' singer wore an eye-catching tuxedo style dress, split up to the thigh, which she paired with a pair of strappy gold heels.

Check out Jessie J's new look at the Men Of The Year Awards below (Credit: PA):

After the event Jessie took to Twitter to congratulate Tinie on his award, as well as to reassure fans about her change of style.

"Wooo @TinieTempah won Best Solo Artist #GQAwards looking HOT! Cheers and congratulations T! Leg's have a glass x," Jessie tweeted last night, before also commenting on her new look: "It's time to move on from the black bob people. Its ok. Its gonna be ok lol. I had it for 5 years. #itsjusthair #timeforachange."

Other big winners at last night's GQ Men of the Year Awards include Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Sir Tom Jones, Lana Del Rey and the stars of Team GB.

View Jessie's new look hairstyle close-up below (Credit: PA):

Over the weekend Jessie got to watch Usher perform live at the iTunes Festival, describing his performance as "incredible", ahead of her own headlining show for the event later this month (21st September).

Jessie J is currently working on her second studio album, the follow-up to last year's 'Who You Are', and will release her official autobiography Nice To Meet You on 27th September.