Jessie J: "I Felt Really Proud To Be Asked To Play The Diamond Jubilee Concert"
29 May 2012, 11:56 | Updated: 29 May 2012, 12:09
The 'Price Tag' singer says she can't stop touching her special invitation to the celebratory show.
Jessie J is set to perform at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert next week and has confessed how "proud" she felt when she received her invitation to take to the stage at the celebratory gig.
The 'Domino' star told Grazia magazine in their new Jubilee special that her letter came directly from the Queen's secretary and she can't stop touching it.
"When I got the letter asking me to perform, I felt really proud," she confessed. "It's a proper letter from the Queen's secretary. I'm keeping it in a memory book. It's written on this lovely thick notepaper. I keep feeling it."
The singer will perform alongside the likes of JLS, Ed Sheeran, Paul McCartney and Elton John on 4th June.
The show will take place outside Buckingham Palace on a specially designed stage and has been organized by Take That star Gary Barlow.
You can view a picture of Jessie on the front cover of the Jubilee special of Grazia magazine below: (Picture: Lorenzo Agius/Grazia magazine)
Meanwhile, Jessie is currently starring on The Voice UK and will head into this weekend's final with her one remaining act Vince Kidd to go up against the other three acts.
The singer has also recently announced details of a brand new 2013 UK arena tour which will see her play a series of dates around the country in February and March.
The star's comments appear in this week's Grazia magazine, which is on sale now.