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11 September 2012, 14:04 | Updated: 11 September 2012, 14:26
The UK stars have posted tributes to those who died in the 2001 New York terrorist attacks.
Jessie J and The Wanted have both posted tribute messages to honour the anniversary of the World Trade Centre attacks today (11th September).
Both 'Domino' star Jessie and 'Glad You Came' five-piece The Wanted sent out special messages in honour of those who died in the New York City terrorist attacked on 9/11 back in 2001, and said their thoughts go out to the families involved.
"Today my thoughts will be with those who lost their lives on 911 and all the family and friends who lost loved ones," Jessie posted this morning. "Gone but never forgotten."
"Never ever forgotten #September11th our thoughts go out to all the families," UK band The Wanted also tweeted today. "We love the incredible American spirit we've come to know well x."
Memorials are being held across America today in honour of those who died, with President Obama set to attend a memorial ceremony at the Pentagon.
Jessie J is preparing to launch her brand new autobiography Nice To Meet You rate the end of this month (27th September), while The Wanted are preparing for the release of their newly unveiled single 'I Found You' (4th November).
Jessie J is also set to perform as part of the iTunes Festival later this month with a headline set at the Camden Roundhouse on 21st September.