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13 April 2012, 14:53 | Updated: 13 April 2012, 15:06
The 'LaserLight' singer says sexuality shouldn't define you and is just part of who you are.
Jessie J has opened up about her sexuality and says someone's gender shouldn't matter when it comes to love.
The 'Domino' singer, who has discussed her bisexuality in the past, says people should enjoy their life and not worry about other people's reactions.
"For me, I want it to be less about sexuality and more about being comfortable in who you fall in love with," Jessie revealed to Glamour magazine. "If I meet someone and I like them, I don't care if they're a boy or a girl.
"You should never, ever apologize for anything that makes you happy," the 'Who You Are' singer explained. "My mom and dad were always so cool about it, they were just like, 'You're not harming anyone. Enjoy your life'."
The 23 year-old singer, who recently unveiled the music video for her new single 'LaserLight', says she wouldn't ever use her sexuality to get media attention.
"I've never tried to make [sexuality] something that's going to put me in newspapers or magazines," she explained. "I'm never, ever going to let it be something that sells my music.
"Sexuality shouldn't define you," Jessie added. "It should be part of who you are."
Jessie J confirmed earlier today (13th April) that she has now started work on the follow-up to her 2011 debut album 'Who You Are'.