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21 September 2013, 13:05 | Updated: 21 September 2013, 13:14
The 'Wild' singer says The Voice was the right show for her between the two talent shows.
Jessie J says she wouldn't "feel comfortable" being a judge on The X Factor UK if the opportunity ever came up.
The 'It's My Party' singer says although she is more than happy to sing live on the shows when they begin later this autumn, she doesn't feel like she would ever want to sit behind the judging panel of the ITV talent show.
"I'd definitely go on to perform on The X Factor," Jessie revealed to Digital Spy this week. "I love being an artist on those shows but I just don't feel comfortable being a judge.
"It's never me saying I hate those shows, it's just you have to do what represents you," Jessie explained, before adding: "I felt more comfortable as a coach [on The Voice UK] and what the role required."
The Voice UK will feature a new panel next year of returning coaches will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones and new additions Ricky Wilson and Kylie Minogue.
Jessie J returns with new album 'Alive' on 23rd September after the huge success of singles like 'Alive' and 'It's My Party'.