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8 March 2013, 11:39
The 'LaserLight' singer says she knows she pushes her contestants hard on the show.
Jessie J says she knows she is a tough judge on The Voice UK and admits she is almost too critical for her own good on the BBC talent show.
The 'Domino' singer serves as one of four vocal coaches on the panel series, which returns to screens this spring, and knows she is "very picky" with which contestants she chooses for her team.
"My mum taught me a lot of breathing and diction techniques, they're so important, "Jessie told Telly Mix, while discussing her critical coaching style. "I practice each day, that's why I have such a big mouth!"
Despite being hard on her contestants, Jessie says she wants to be more open about which acts she chooses on this year's second series.
"I've missed so many people I should've pressed the buzzer for," the 'Who You Are' star admitted.
This week saw Jessie return to the stage after some time off, as she performed at Wembley Arena for Russell Brand's Comic Relief charity event.
Check out a picture of Jessie J at her charity gig earlier this week below:
The 'LaserLight' singer is also set to shave off her hair next week as part of the charity event.
Jessie J recently confirmed she already has her second album track listing picked out, and will release it later this year before beginning her 'Nice To Meet You' UK tour in October.