Jessie J: I Quit Music, Deleted An Album, Then Changed My Mind | E139

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The Diary Of A CEO
The Diary Of A CEO 4 ай бұрын
This is probably the most heart-wrenchingly raw episode to date - especially the last half. But the lessons, growth & re-direction that come from such a vulnerable conversation are remarkable. These episodes are always very different, the guests are always so diverse, and in all honesty, I can imagine you never really know what to expect. Jessie had been going through a lot of pain when we sat down - so that’s where this conversation went - one of my principles when having these conversations is to not try and force them in my own direction, that tends to lead to a more honest raw path. Hit like and subscribe, we bring subscribers in each month to watch from behind the scenes! In LA we had 10 people come and watch from BTS!
Sammi Lee Smith
Sammi Lee Smith 2 күн бұрын
@Jana Benes if you dont find her I'll take your help lol.
charlie smith
charlie smith 10 күн бұрын
Thought l was alone with all of this.. Jessica's changed my mind. 🙏🌹
Allisa Sweet
Allisa Sweet Ай бұрын
May I ask please, Steven would you please introduce her to Mo? I think that they would have a really good connection and conversation about life. Thank you~! Blessings
Allisa Sweet
Allisa Sweet Ай бұрын
Thank you for all you do and I appreciate you. This interview is so important. I believe there is a release that happens for people when you interview them. You allow them to be free, to speak and to share the things they've been holding down. Thank you for helping to set them free from their old stories and allowing the space to explore new paths forward. Astonishing and commendable. *I watched Jessie from the beginning, from the subway to the big stage. She has a heart of gold and I'm so glad you were there to receive her story and emotions. Thank you.
Irina
Irina 2 ай бұрын
Lovely Jessie ❤️⚘️ Maybe would help you find your best team if you take a look at other artists. Not necessarily big artists, old artist, give a chance to not so known ones. For example, take a look to Iuliana's Beregoi life and team. Random little for now artist that could bring something new into your life and perhaps some definition to what you may like to surround yourself with. Not sure if you may get to read this. Either way, sending lots of love and appreciation for you as a human and artist. ❤️
Rebecca Hopkins
Rebecca Hopkins 4 ай бұрын
She needs a team to match her talent. One of the best singers there is and has a platform nowhere near big enough. Love her and love this interview.
ƒƒSpeakz
ƒƒSpeakz Ай бұрын
@Rick Andrew I've personally known several great singers myself, more gifted than Jessie J (which is not to say she's not talented) so I extrapolate that there must be loads of unknown great singers.
Rick Andrew
Rick Andrew Ай бұрын
Good singers aren’t rare, great singers are not frequent, call that not rare if you like, but they are not common ✌️
ƒƒSpeakz
ƒƒSpeakz Ай бұрын
She is a very good singer, but great singers aren't actually that rare.
115dancingqueen
115dancingqueen Ай бұрын
Jesse J is one of the best singers ever!!
simogenic
simogenic Ай бұрын
@leann She is in the same boat as the artist you mentioned, there was a big difference in Jessies music when she become more popular, in order to reach the masses and be a pop artist, you have to sell out to some extent because its about reaching a bigger audience
Prina Kumar
Prina Kumar 4 ай бұрын
'Life is too short to sit anywhere other than where you're supposed to be and if you're sitting at a table where you don't feel like you're being fed even if you're bringing a plate of food, you politely just leave.' Such an authentic, honest, humble, vulnerable yet extremely strong inspirational woman ❤
Jayline
Jayline 2 ай бұрын
Goosebumps
Mermaid DIYArtist
Mermaid DIYArtist 3 ай бұрын
Well said
Makeba Cunningham
Makeba Cunningham 3 ай бұрын
❤️💯
Accidental Warrior
Accidental Warrior 3 ай бұрын
@Regina Trie Life flies by. Don't stay and chat while your kettle is boiling at home.
Accidental Warrior
Accidental Warrior 3 ай бұрын
@Candace I just turned 31. I don't look my age nor act it. Yet I feel too old to make music as a woman. Everyone else is settling down. I have no one but my love for music. Your comment that I randomly found has given me hope. I do feel there is not enough...good music in the west. There is always a need.
Paola Bermudez
Paola Bermudez 4 ай бұрын
I love how you let her speak her feelings without interrupting, this such a good example of a host truly listening to what their guest is saying!
Jay See
Jay See Ай бұрын
Yes! This! So rare to have an interviewer who lets the other person speak! He’s amazing
CKGoldiing
CKGoldiing 4 ай бұрын
Correct.
Stephanie Coloma
Stephanie Coloma 4 ай бұрын
This interview was a shock. She is still seeking her truth and she has been successful and a great talent. Shes in her thirties a millionaire and she is still trying to find herself. No wonder Whitney Houston said there is a difference between wanting to sing and what the music industry wants you to sing. Fame is a dangerous thing.
TheCongenital
TheCongenital 2 ай бұрын
Thats what its all about. The label can constrict people so much and its sad she felt that she couldn't have what she really wanted. Then you see Adele, the label let her do what she wants so I wonder if how you approach the executives on what she feels is right for the album from her perspective.
Maria Eglesias
Maria Eglesias 3 ай бұрын
Stephanie Coloma, fame is a dangerous thing. It's what & how they used fame that is dangerous.
Henry Hoover World
Henry Hoover World 4 ай бұрын
She’s been through so much yet tries to stay so positive. Takes a special human being to be able to do that.
The Diary Of A CEO
The Diary Of A CEO 4 ай бұрын
🙌🏽
Sunchild1913
Sunchild1913 4 ай бұрын
Honestly; ppl get taken out by a lot less
Christina Aaliyah
Christina Aaliyah 4 ай бұрын
Jessie has been so brave to share her story so openly with us, this episode was truly a gift 🙏🏾
Ti Nicole Official
Ti Nicole Official 2 ай бұрын
I love her vulnerability. She’s taught me a lot by simply being open
Christine Arnell
Christine Arnell 2 ай бұрын
@Gafsa Zimri I have just seen this video now and I am still 😢 😭 crying again x
Ze-LuJ
Ze-LuJ 4 ай бұрын
People who do that are brave
Gafsa Zimri
Gafsa Zimri 4 ай бұрын
SO TRUE. I AM IN TEARS LISTENING TO HER
The Diary Of A CEO
The Diary Of A CEO 4 ай бұрын
Glad you enjoyed. Thank you 🙏🏽
JJ
JJ 4 ай бұрын
I watch all the these episodes and very rarely comment but this one is the most real,honest and genuine one,she speaks about her feelings like she's just talking to herself yet it resonates with almost all of us.. brilliant watch,I was gripped from her first word.
Deborah Hudson
Deborah Hudson 4 ай бұрын
Totally agree x
Nakedbydefault T
Nakedbydefault T 4 ай бұрын
I totally agree. Heavy gripping...
The Diary Of A CEO
The Diary Of A CEO 4 ай бұрын
❤️
Sunchild1913
Sunchild1913 4 ай бұрын
She is so emotionally intelligent ; child of a social worker truly
Ti Nicole Official
Ti Nicole Official 2 ай бұрын
Right!
Lucia Lucado
Lucia Lucado 3 ай бұрын
@Sunchild1913 Exactly what i thought 🙌
RG77
RG77 4 ай бұрын
Jessie is a beautiful soul. This was raw and transparent, but her vulnerability is so beautiful.
Collin Thompson
Collin Thompson 4 ай бұрын
She doesn’t need a manager. She needs a mentor.
Ti Nicole Official
Ti Nicole Official 2 ай бұрын
Bingo
Andrew Gilbert
Andrew Gilbert 4 ай бұрын
I’ve been a fan of Jessie’s since 2011, and to hear everything she’s been through and the resilience in her words is so inspiring. Thank you for this interview man.
The Diary Of A CEO
The Diary Of A CEO 4 ай бұрын
Thanks for listening 🙏🏽
sky Grey
sky Grey 4 ай бұрын
Honestly didn’t think I could love this woman anymore but my God she’s incredible. To have so much gratitude and empathy after what life has thrown at her is truly commendable. Defo best episode on this channel to date. I pray God eases her pain and gives her a child in the most painless way possible. She is one of a kind.
Roz Ware
Roz Ware 4 ай бұрын
Jessie is such an incredible woman, her story is so heartbreaking but inspiring and I relate so much to how she feels. Such a fan of the woman she is xx
Cynthia Martinez
Cynthia Martinez 3 ай бұрын
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N 4 ай бұрын
I can’t stop crying. I relate so much to her being an empath and I feel the pain of her miscarriage so much, it breaks my heart. She’s so inspiring and I’ll be eagerly awaiting her happy ending - she deserves it
Theresa Sainsbury
Theresa Sainsbury 4 ай бұрын
I'm a GCSE and A level tutor, and I keep recommending this podcast to all my teenage pupils. It contains so many life lessons, which are all delivered with such a light touch by the fantastic mix of guests. Steven's talent as an interviewer also sparkled in this beautiful episode with Jessie.
Lindsay Davison
Lindsay Davison 4 ай бұрын
What a beautiful human. Way too emotionally intelligent and empathetic to the world to ask her to articulate herself with words. Such a good episode.
Tania Sprout
Tania Sprout 4 ай бұрын
What a wonderfully open an honest interview. I just wanted to give Jessie a giant hug. I had 2 miscarriages before I had my son and was amazed at how many people I knew that had experienced the same thing but never talked about it. Jessie's vulnerability and down to earth nature are truly amazing considering the industry she is in.
S L
S L 4 ай бұрын
For me it was abortion. Finding out how many people I knew had one, including my own best friend who had never shared with me prior to my own experience. I had a really hard time with the aftermath and felt so alone in my experience. I know abortion and miscarriage are completely different experiences, and really totally opposite ends of the motherhood journey, but I do wish more people (not celebrities, but people I know) would talk about abortion, miscarriage, IVF, etc to normalize the experience and make it feel less isolating.
Jack Quentin
Jack Quentin 4 ай бұрын
She has such an optimistic view about her health it's really fucking amazing. When I signed with a record deal, I started to gain traction and overworked myself to death. Got diagnosed with psychotic depression, persistent depressive disordee, and a colon problem. The doctors basically told me that if I don't respond to meds, I'll be hospitalized. So for her to see it as your body begging you to step on the brakes is something I never contemplated until now. Thank you Jessie J, thank you Steve
Sammy Ariel
Sammy Ariel Ай бұрын
You probably already know but bowl problem are known to cause emotional & mental health issues. My mum has Crohn's Disease & when she has a flare she gets depressed but as soon as it's back under control her depression resolves. So maybe when those symtoms are under control your mental health will be better. Whatever solution you find I hope you find medication which suits you quickly & you find the right dose soon, good luck!
Ronin Esce
Ronin Esce 3 ай бұрын
@Jack Quentin welcome to 🐀 race. Have you ever concerns doing breathing exercises/meditation/yoga and minimise sugar and junk food consumption
Emma Lemmon
Emma Lemmon 4 ай бұрын
This is the most open I’ve ever seen Jess, I’ve been a fan (heartbeat) for half of my life (13 years almost) and never ever have I seen this side of Jess so open honest, vulnerable and raw You really think you know majority of somebody until they really open up. I’m so proud of you Jessica, Lysm!
Lauren Childs
Lauren Childs 3 ай бұрын
Me too! She's such a beautiful soul and I'm so glad she got chance to be vulnerable and speak her truth❤
Sunchild1913
Sunchild1913 4 ай бұрын
Yes she has never gone into this much detail
Ti Nicole Official
Ti Nicole Official 2 ай бұрын
Jessica is such a huge inspiration❤️✨
Moro C
Moro C 2 ай бұрын
genuine people sharing genuine stories has got to be one of the greatest things the internet can bring us. It's like I needed to hear these things just as a human being this conversation is helping with my own life experience! Thanks for this!
shannon isabella mcleod
shannon isabella mcleod 4 ай бұрын
She is So needing a team that reflects her energy by the sounds of it and have the same passion. Its the same when you’re a director you want your employees to work as hard and care as much as you. Xx
HMei 23
HMei 23 4 ай бұрын
This is the most touching, heartfelt podcast I've seen in a very long time .I felt so connected to Jessie's story and the amount of sadness and greif she's gone through. Such a genuine down to earth ,strong woman. ❤
Nina Anthonijsz
Nina Anthonijsz 3 ай бұрын
This is the best interview i have ever seen. It is so rare to see a person be so completely honest, true to themselves, and also trying to look to improve themselves and talk about that. I cried several times listening to her, she was able to get across so well how she feels. That's rare. And I love how respectful the interviewer was, not pushing, not nagging, not trying to be funny, not trying to steal the show. He really created a stage for her to shine, to be herself. Gently encouraging, respectful and kind.
Ti Nicole Official
Ti Nicole Official 2 ай бұрын
I love when interviews with artists aren’t just about their music, but how they are as a person❤️💯
I am the daughter of the king
I am the daughter of the king 3 ай бұрын
Yes, she felt comfortable
Kim Castro
Kim Castro 4 ай бұрын
Tearing up while watching this interview. Inspiratonal, heart breaking and so realistic. And yes Ms. Jessie J. There must be a purpose why miscarriage happened, Bec you are not suppose to do it alone. You got me on that. I wish the best in the worls and I hope you will get all that your heart desires. God Bless you, Darling Jessie J.
Who’s That Chick
Who’s That Chick 4 ай бұрын
I met Jessie J in Troy Bar in Shoreditch, she gave a free live performance and blew the roof off the place. Not a dry eye in the whole room! and she then took the time to take pics with everyone.. I can honestly say she is such a beautiful soul in person and has unmatched talent, This was such a beautiful and open interview, I loved this.
Mar S
Mar S 4 ай бұрын
she has high standards and a team needs to complement that
R E A Davis
R E A Davis 4 ай бұрын
I luuuuuv how open she is. it's soooo refreshing in a world where everything feels a bit shallow. love these talks
van man
van man 4 ай бұрын
Nice to hear integrity and genuineness, isn't it...
Camila Muñoz
Camila Muñoz 4 ай бұрын
How courageous of her just openly talking about all the grief and deep moments she went through. So many hard losses. I support her since 2011 so it was definetely nice listening to her again and getting to know a tiny bit of her story, outside the lyrics. Thank you Steven!
Sammi Lee Smith
Sammi Lee Smith 2 күн бұрын
Feeling lost, sad and alone I'm on a Diary of a CEO binge. I'm learning a LOT from them. Thanks a million.
Ted Frey
Ted Frey 3 ай бұрын
I am 70 and love this woman’s music and talent. Got to see her live at the Albert Hall in 2018, so glad I did.
Louise Hammond
Louise Hammond 4 ай бұрын
I’ve been waiting for this one! Jessie is so inspirational, a fantastic talk and so moving which really relates to my own life. Thank you Jessie and thank you For bringing her truth to us ❤️ Love to see you get Tyson Fury on 🙏
AmyClaire
AmyClaire 4 ай бұрын
I’ve been following Jessie since the beginning. Incredibly talented woman. I’m sure many can relate to different elements of her story. I admire her for being so honest and vulnerable. ❤️
beth john
beth john 2 ай бұрын
Totally x
Daniyal A
Daniyal A 3 ай бұрын
Jessie J is so honest and wears her heart on her sleeve. I love how she doesn’t sugar coat anything and expresses herself so well, even talks openly about her weaknesses. Even though this interview was very heavy, I’m glad I watched and listened to it because it teaches you a lot of how resilient a human being is🤍
Sound Visuals ™
Sound Visuals ™ 4 ай бұрын
I swear she’s so funny and pretty😩. I’m so glad Jessie decided to continue; her story is extremely inspiring. Thank you very much Steven for sharing this diary with us 🤍
Michelle Graham
Michelle Graham 4 ай бұрын
Such a heartbreaking, beautiful, vulnerable interview. So much respect to Jessie for opening up this way. I can really see how her negative life experiences translate into empathy for other people, keep her grounded and are also the drive and strength to keep herself going. Jessie, thank you for giving us a piece of your heart, you are special. I am beyond inspired ✨🙏🏾
Kat T
Kat T 4 ай бұрын
1h 50 min with Jessie J? Thank you so much Steven! I teared up listening only just the preview, I have a feeling this episode will take me some time to get through. Xx
Jana Rebrović
Jana Rebrović 4 ай бұрын
Ooooh, man, I'm so glad you invited this incredible human being to talk about everything she went through over the years. I always appreciated her honesty. This interview is on another level. So heavy, cathartic, pure, comfortable.. you can see it meant a lot to her, to be able to speak her mind and feelings without being interrupted or judged. I grew up listening to her music and her interviews, and in countless moments it just helped me to get in touch with what I'm feeling and to push through, it's even impossible to put it in words. Thank you, Jess. I just want to give you the biggest hug ever and I love you as much as it's possible to love someone you've never met. 🌛
msmartz
msmartz 4 ай бұрын
Steven Bartlett - what a lovely, empathetic, compassionate and genuinely curious interviewer. No ego. No talking over. Kind, space-giving and a great listener, with intelligent and articulate questions - Way to make your guest feel comfortable, draw out the best in them and allow them to shine. Fabulous, authentic interview.
Susan Spence Clarke
Susan Spence Clarke 4 ай бұрын
This is one of the best interviews I have ever seen. So deep, so honest, so open. Tears and laughter. Will watch again and again. Thank you.
Edona Kastrati
Edona Kastrati 4 ай бұрын
I have genuinely adored Jessie for years now, just watching the tiny 2 min concersations she would have with her fans in between songs, and now I adore her even more. Thank you for being who you are ❤ your presence matters to a lot of people
Kristina Imshaite
Kristina Imshaite 4 ай бұрын
She's so introspective and well-spoken. I would love to have lunch with her and just sit for hours chatting. This was incredibly vulnerable interview and I think you did a great job giving her the space to be so open.
Jade
Jade 4 ай бұрын
What a truly inspirational woman. Extremely moving to listen to all her experiences. She seems such a authentic and genuine person.
JFS Cleaning Co.
JFS Cleaning Co. 2 ай бұрын
"I stare at my reflection in the mirror. Why am I doing this to myself? Losing my mind on a tiny error. I nearly left the real me, on the shelf! No, no, no, no no!" LOVE your music!!! I grew up listening to you.
Chloe Strudwick
Chloe Strudwick 8 күн бұрын
I don’t even have the words. Blown away by Jessie. Really wish her all the best for her future ❤
Success With Sam
Success With Sam 4 ай бұрын
Steven definitely has the craziest contact list… it’s never ending
Teefit
Teefit 4 ай бұрын
Bro
Jairo Alexander
Jairo Alexander 2 ай бұрын
Loved this podcast, first time seeing / hearing it. I can relate to her health, the way of thinking and it made feel not alone. Thank you
TuneBlizzard
TuneBlizzard 3 ай бұрын
I loved this podcast! She's so real, down to earth, humble. LOVE HER!
Josephine Icuka-asumo
Josephine Icuka-asumo 2 ай бұрын
I love Jessie J, she has an incredible voice and presence. It's heart breaking that she went through this alone but I'm proud that she spoke her truth and found healing. May you continue to shine in whatever ventures you go into J. Undeniably one of the best voices I've ever heard. ❤️
MegMe11
MegMe11 4 ай бұрын
She has such profound thoughts that she articulates so simply. I’ve been having a very rough long stretch of health issues that just don’t seem to end and have been feeling completely drained and hopeless how I’ve felt like I just can’t catch a break with my health. Hearing how she spoke about her health and the perspective she’s built on it - that her health has always got her back and kept her in check has just helped me so so much in this moment.
Thadeus Banda
Thadeus Banda 4 ай бұрын
What an incredible woman. Love Jessie J. You continue doing what’s right for you.
Emily coleman
Emily coleman 4 ай бұрын
I needed this on a personal level today… Jessie j your so brave and this is so beautiful… such a gift to this world🥺
dancing verona
dancing verona 2 ай бұрын
Lord this interview had me in tears. Jessie is an incredible human, brave, open, vulnerable emotional, beautiful, honest, resilient , and more
Lisa Marie
Lisa Marie 4 ай бұрын
My partner and love of my life passed away 4 weeks ago. Grief is the most indescribable pain especially when a death comes out of the blue, as a shock. Watching/heating this is useful to me as I feel lost and heartbroken. My partner was a Pisces very sensitive. I miss him and living like this is like waking up to a nightmare every morning. But I do appreciate this topic being spoken about so openly xxx take care xxx
Sammi Lee Smith
Sammi Lee Smith 2 күн бұрын
I'm a pisces and going through grief and depression at the moment along with alcohol etc. I hope your going ok.
JMK
JMK 4 ай бұрын
💕
Hannah Ostapjuk
Hannah Ostapjuk Ай бұрын
Omg I just love her. What a stunning, real and truly amazing person Jessica is. I hope she finds everything she truly deserves.
Shenkhos
Shenkhos 2 ай бұрын
Other than the fact that her vocal performances are absolutely outstanding and truly underrated, I'm just amazed by the level of transparency, honesty and resilience this woman has just given us... damn.
Komel
Komel 4 ай бұрын
She is spiritually so inclined within her self. There's so many things she's said that resonated with my spirit. She is special, very special. She's intuitive, empathetic and her out look on all the negative and still making it in to something so beautiful.
Casey Real
Casey Real 4 ай бұрын
I saw Jessie J when I was 13/14, it was my first concert just me and my friends. We started queuing at 6am, we got front row and I sang and danced so much she let me sing in her microphone. I have never forgot it! It’s one of my drunk “never guess who’s mic I sang in”. I have never forgotten that night! You are amazing Jessie! X
Eve Zazzle
Eve Zazzle 4 ай бұрын
Awww such a stunning memory ❤️🥳🥳
Victoria Quelch
Victoria Quelch 18 күн бұрын
She’s just everything. Her passion is infectious. You feel her soul in everything she says.
Jo K
Jo K 4 ай бұрын
I just love listening to these raw genuine conversations.... keep them coming x
The Diary Of A CEO
The Diary Of A CEO 4 ай бұрын
Thanks so much Jo 🙏🏽
Candice Colclough
Candice Colclough 4 ай бұрын
I never knew Jessie had Ménière’s disease, that’s what I have, that makes me feel so less alone, I can relate so much. Whenever I feel I make progress or feel at a good point in my life the Ménière’s kicks in and takes it all away. She’s amazing and a huge inspiration ❤️
Dave Forge
Dave Forge 2 ай бұрын
Super episode on active listening, letting the guest just travel through such tough memories. Amazing how well articulated Jessie is for what must be such a large amount of grief fog. Amazing person!
Voiveup
Voiveup 4 ай бұрын
A total talented, legendary and pure person. A normal person that we can all relate to. I am so proud of her literally!!! ❤️
Gertie Mullins
Gertie Mullins 3 ай бұрын
The honesty in her humanity is so powerful, so breathtaking.
Alánnáh B. Morin
Alánnáh B. Morin 4 ай бұрын
I just wanna give her a hug! 🙏🏾💞
Shuaib Afzal
Shuaib Afzal 4 ай бұрын
Each interview I listen to; I’m really blown away!! I’m not sure how Steven does it, but the way the guests pour their hearts out and how honest they are is amazing!!
Lucy
Lucy 4 ай бұрын
I never knew about all the health issues she's faced or even about the miscarriage, but it's interesting to see her talk about her insecurities around socialising, especially since she always seemed extraverted. I cried so hard when she was talking about Jamal, even though I didn't know who he was. I completely relate to her when she talks about living from feeling.
Karin Gibby
Karin Gibby 2 ай бұрын
I was so impressed with this candid and poignant interview. Thank you so much for your kindness towards her. I cried when she cried, having related to her losses and grief. Love you, Love Jessie, can't wait for the next interview.
Rhian
Rhian 4 ай бұрын
She is so REAL and honest! Jessie really is an elite, special women! I remember the first time I saw her boombox series video, I had goosebumps and felt every word she sang. It was the first time I truly felt shit I wish I could sing like that. 😂 I really hope you and your team path the journey you deserve. Jessie deserves to be invited to every event she wants, to break through every ceiling in every room with her talent.
Zabeth Chang
Zabeth Chang 4 ай бұрын
I think listening to Jessie share her feelings I sense that she's going through a big season where she feels discontent with where her career is. I think that Jessie needs to find her inner purpose and not compare herself to others. When you're so focused on others you can easily feel like you aren't doing enough. And I hope she finds the team that she needs so she can mobilize her career. But like she said...maybe there is inner work that needs to be done. I think when she finds her voice and her place in the industry she will be content in wherever she is at. Success is personal and if her feeling like she needs to be relevant 100% of the time or more confident it goes back to her inner work. I really like that she is open to sharing this because we all go through this. We all lack confidence in life and when we are in this funk it feels like eternity.
Green Black
Green Black Ай бұрын
100 percent genuine! Being an artist, writing music ect is very different from the world of plastic fame , Jess your a truly fantastic artist and music writer but above all your a great person ! That's worth more than anything! And people can relate to you ! That's what separates you from that other world ! And that makes you one of us !
bweikie
bweikie 2 ай бұрын
Throughout this interview I forgot ALL that I knew about her talent…and just listened. What a gorgeous human.
Xero Noturhero
Xero Noturhero 7 сағат бұрын
“People always slow down for the car crash, but very rarely stop to help” that’s the Tea. Lots of love to Jess ✨🖤🇨🇦🖖🏻
RaulSupreme
RaulSupreme 4 ай бұрын
I had to comment twice. It’s astounding and incredibly brave of Jessie to be so honest and true. I relate massively to her examples of anxiety and it’s just so humanising to hear the candidness, the vulnerability. Life is tough, for us all, irrespective of ethnicity, social standing etc. Many people including myself will have been effected by this episode, i truly wish peace upon Jessie.
Chevonne Clay
Chevonne Clay 4 ай бұрын
This was beautifully touching. I feel like I’ve seen Jessie j in a totally different way like we’ve never seen before. Thank you for giving her this platform to speak. She’s beautiful xx
Elsa Kiyé Martins
Elsa Kiyé Martins 4 ай бұрын
Ive loved Jessie from the get go and never really understood what happened to her career. It’s sad to hear how famous people endure hell and mostly alone. Wishing her all the powers and love to live her best life. She’ll find the right people and the world still has much to receive from her. Love you Jessie. Tks for sharing. Great episode.💖
Gülçin Kahraman
Gülçin Kahraman 17 күн бұрын
I have followed you and your career since 2011 and I'm grateful that this world has a talented, kind, vocal person like you. I hope you fınally find managers that match your energy and can guide you to the right path. trust your instinct. Trust your heart.
Ollie Ewin
Ollie Ewin 4 ай бұрын
Can relate to this so much, thank you both of you for the interview. Helped me understand myself a lot more, comforting to know I’m not alone and in how I think and feel about things in regards to creating
Hannah
Hannah 4 ай бұрын
Listened to the pod since 2018 when you had Deliciously Ella as a guest and it’s so inspiring to see how far it’s gone. You’re a fantastic interviewer Steven, keep it up 😁
Marjorie Quirke
Marjorie Quirke 3 ай бұрын
This is the episode that I needed to hear today, thank you Jessie for being such a beacon of light and hope. I'm praying you find your team and if I'm ever lucky enough to be in the same room I'll certainly hope to bring you into the centre so you can shine. Thank you for everything that you do, I appreciate and am so very grateful to experience part of your light, much love from Dublin xx
mmanda515
mmanda515 4 ай бұрын
I, honestly, don't think I've ever related to someone's core personality more. Was glued to this entire interview. Thanks for sharing.
Mark Johnno Johnson
Mark Johnno Johnson 4 ай бұрын
Heartbreaking listening to this Steve😢 My wife and I went through a Miscarriage exactly the same way it was horrible but we had each other and now 3 beautiful kids Jessie was on her own can’t imagine how hard that would have been❤️ Your amazing Jessie❤️ another amazing podcast as always! You make Mondays!
Lizzie Kristina
Lizzie Kristina 4 ай бұрын
This was a really, really fucking good episode. Well done to the SB team and thankyou Jessie 👏
Sanchelous
Sanchelous 5 сағат бұрын
This is so refreshing, a host who knows how to listen and not interrupt.
Kamilah
Kamilah 2 ай бұрын
Amazing interview!! The part where she said “I haven’t had to let people level up for me to deliver” made me stop and think because….chile, I can relate!
Anna W
Anna W 4 ай бұрын
Blown away by her emotional maturity. In support groups they talk about 'surrendering yourself to the higher power' and I used to roll my eyes at that. Now I understand what it means and how helpful in healing and living it is! She seems to be a perfect example of that! Everything happens for a reason (even if we don't see it at first!). BIG Well Done to her parents for raising such an amazing human being. What a wonderful interview, I had tears in my eyes throughout. Thank you x
Brynn Vest
Brynn Vest 2 ай бұрын
I had no idea THIS was the woman behind one of my favorite voices. I love her talent so much more.
Burcu
Burcu 3 ай бұрын
Don’t lose who you are Jessie! No matter what. We love you and always here for you ❤️ Thank you so much for this amazing vulnerable powerful truthful interview. Sharing is healing ❤️‍🔥
Francis Candia
Francis Candia 4 ай бұрын
I love jessie J! that's all!
Juan Cruz
Juan Cruz 2 ай бұрын
Loved this with all my heart ❤️ Thank you thank you thank you to both of you! What a great investment of my time was to listening to this conversation 🥹
J
J 3 ай бұрын
She needs new PR, marketing team and visual designer know how to present her talent. She is absolutely brilliant in her singing!!!
Lyndsey Stannard
Lyndsey Stannard 4 ай бұрын
We went to see Jessie J at The Eden Project it was my girl’s first ever concert they were 5 and 7. They sang and danced all the way through and still talk about it now. She was amazing and a memory we will never forget and yes JJ you ARE one of the best singers in this world ❤️
Liv Boden
Liv Boden 4 ай бұрын
This is absolutely incredible. This woman is clearly such a rare a special soul. Since the age of 10 i have related to her in ways that i can't put into words. Her kindness and understanding of the world has helped me become the woman i am today at 23. She truly see the meaning of why we are all here and the importance in emotions and connections. Her strength and courage to be real and authentic inspires me to live life with love as the main purpose. Thank you for allowing her to share her story
Freya Hopcroft
Freya Hopcroft 4 ай бұрын
Massive love and respect for Jessie, as a fellow singer, woman, human. You give me so much inspiration. Xxx
Nick
Nick 2 ай бұрын
This whole conversation was utterly beautiful and full of love. it makes me so happy that we have this honest raw version opening up, that people feel safe enough to talk
My Mystical Wisdom
My Mystical Wisdom 4 ай бұрын
Her story is sooo relatable in so many ways! The multiple challenging yet often weird & random things going wrong in life plus being the one to help others by having experienced them are the hallmarks of a born healer. I hope things improve & that she gets reapite & good fortune! 🙏🏽❤️
Jasmine Adjei
Jasmine Adjei 4 ай бұрын
I love this woman. Her gift, her person. I never have watched an interview with her, all that media wahala doesn’t help. She seems so raw and honest. To me, this is how God manifests in people, her inner beautiful exudes. She seems lovely!
ines gaaloul
ines gaaloul 3 ай бұрын
first time commenting on a video but damn her story is so inspiring. i love how positivly she views her experiences.. loved this episode!!
Anjola Xo
Anjola Xo 4 ай бұрын
She embodies her Aries Sun and Pisces Mercury so well! Sure with her identity but still spiritually tuned! It makes sense her Father is a Pisces! Jessie is an amazing person let alone artist and this interview was a blessing!
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