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21 September 2012, 10:54 | Updated: 21 September 2012, 11:08
The 'Domino' singer says her iTunes Festival show will be the last time she plays the record in full.
Jessie J has revealed tonight's performance at iTunes Festival 2012 will be the last time she performs a full set of songs from her debut album 'Who You Are', as she continues getting her second record ready for release.
The 'Domino' star will take to the stage at the Camden Roundhouse in London this evening (21st September), and has issue a special thank you message to fans for sticking with her through the first era of her music career
"Tonight is the last gig for this year where I will be performing a full set of songs from my album 'Who You Are'," Jessie announced on Twitter today (21st September). "I want to say THANK YOU to every single person who has come to watch me live in the last 2 years to see me sing songs from 'WHO YOU ARE'.
"Your support, generosity, love, banner making, loud cheering, camping outside, screaming, high jumping, singing along to every word, T-shirt wearing, fan book making, laughing to my bad jokes, has NEVER gone unnoticed," Jessie explained. "The love in my heart for my fans is unconditional."
The 'LaserLight' singer went on to promise fans can expect the same amount of live support for her second studio album, promising hundreds of gigs for the new record, and asking fans to help her make it "as special" as 'Who You Are' has been.
"Album two will be 100's of gigs. I know you all will make it as special as the first album," Jessie wrote. "We are on a journey :) Tonight is a big night.
"Thank you for sticking with me through it all. Music brings people together. Love the people you have in your life BUT play the music LOUD!" she added. "You really have made my dreams a reality… I am so grateful you all believe in me."
View a picture of Jessie J performing at the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony last month below (Credit: PA):
The 'Who You Are' singer has been working on her second solo record for several months, and tweeted a picture of herself back in the studio back in August.
Jessie J has yet to announce a release for her new record but will kick off a brand new UK arena tour in early 2013.