Jessie J feels more comfortable about discussing her religious beliefs in public as she realises that without God she would not be the successful musician she is today.
The 25-year-old singer dedicates her new track to the almighty one and hints at her Christianity in the video clip to accompany her fresh song.
It’s released from December 9 and Jessie J can’t help but gush about her faith.
“Thunder is a dedication to God. That’s why in the video I’m levitating – that feeling of being lifted to the light,” she told the Daily Mirror newspaper.
“I remember I prayed a lot when I worked on this album and it’s not something I’ve ever spoken about openly.
Jessie J has discussed her religion in her new single (WENN)
"But I’m just more confident and feel more comfortable to be open about my beliefs and feelings on the world now. I thank God every day for my blessings and my talent.”
Jessie J hasn’t had alcohol for more than a year, but she finds it tough attending church regularly because of her work all over the world.
It’s only on her second album Alive that she addresses her love of God and she shared at the Capital Rocks gala for Help a Capital Child charity on Thursday night, that she wishes she’d done it sooner.
“Whenever I can I do go to church and I feel that when you’re right with your religion, your church travels with you,” she continued.
"I’ve very much enjoyed bringing my beliefs onto the album. I think it’s important that whatever your beliefs are you use them in your day-to-day life.”
Jessie J is in charge of Christmas dinner for the first time this year.
She’s surprised that her festive season attitude has rapidly matured.
“I’m preparing to check my smoke alarms and make sure I’ve got enough pans and my oven’s big enough,” she added.
“I’m excited to cater for six of us and spend time with my family. Just a few days with nothing in my diary is rare.” “I’d love a food blender. You know you’ve hit 25 when your wishlist is like a fruit bowl and a kettle.”
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