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2 April 2012, 08:28 | Updated: 2 April 2012, 08:49
The 'Domino' singer says her performance for the charity reminded her of the blessings in her life.
Jessie J has declared that "life is so precious" after getting to headline last night's Teenage Cancer Trust concert.
The 'Who You Are' singer took to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall yesterday (1st April), and admitted she had felt "overwhelmed" after the performance.
"Excited to meet some #heartbeats I have never met before tonight :D #inspired," Jessie tweeted before her show. "We all moan and complain and feel sad sometimes…But meeting a teenager or someone with cancer puts everything into perspective.
"Life is so precious and I am so happy I can perform tonight to raise money for TCT." She posted. "I'm gonna sing my heart out tonight .#TCT."
After her performance Jessie tweeted a special thanks to everyone for supporting her and said she felt blessed with her life.
She added: "I am so overwhelmed with happiness and blessings in my life #TCT #RAH I thank you from the bottom of my heart."
The 'Domino' singer was joined on stage for her Teenage Cancer Trust performance by Professor Green, who also supported Jessie on tour in Australia and Asia last month.