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31 March 2013, 08:16 | Updated: 31 March 2013, 08:21
The 'LaserLight' singer apologised after a rude message was posted on her website by hackers.
Jessie J's website was hacked this weekend just hours before the 'Domino' singer returned to our screens for the new season of The Voice UK.
The 'Who You Are' singer's official website was taken offline on Saturday (30th March) after hackers left an offensive message about fellow singer Lady Gaga on the news page.
The group referred to themselves as the "Killuminati" and wrote a message that quickly led Twitter fans to alert the UK star to the hacking.
"Somebody has hacked my website too! How original! *Naaaat*," Jessie soon tweeted, after noticing the hack herself. "We are having it sorted ASAP and my apologies for the rude message the hackers have left! X."
This past week saw Jessie turn 25 and celebrate with a holiday away with friends, and she has been keeping fans up to date on her adventures through Instagram.
Check out a picture Jessie posted from her holiday this week below (Credit: Instagram):
While posting more snaps from her holiday away, Jessie also poked fun at her new hairstyle by joking that she now looks like a "tennis ball head".
View another shot from Jessie's official account of her enjoying a night out for her birthday this week below (Credit: Instagram):
Jessie J featured on the return of The Voice UK last night, which has returned for a second season, and is currently working on music for her second studio album.