Jessie J is the latest celeb to take to the iTunes Festival stage and the star definitely showed why she's a coach on The Voice last night (September 21) as she put on a thrilling set for hundreds of fans, with a rather emotional message.
The brunette took to the stage after the Lonsdale Boys Club put on a great warm-up act at the Roundhouse in Camden, performing a set packed with her greatest hits including the likes of 'Do It Like A Dude' and 'Domino'.
And before the gig, the The Voice coach made everything even more emotional by saying that it'd be the last time she would be performing some of the tracks. Sob!
“Tonight is the last gig for this year where I will be performing a full set of songs from my album ‘Who You Are’,” Jess told her Twitter followers yesterday evening.
“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’."
Continuing, “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. The love in my heart for my fans is unconditional.”
Stop, Jessie! We're welling up over here.
The 'LaserLight' singer went on to promise fans that they 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."
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