Jessie J let them have it during a recent show, showing off her goods and her moves. Now if only something could be done about that face…#sorrynotsorry
She has been busy making a bid for stardom over in America after years of chart success in the UK.
And now that Jessie J is becoming increasingly well-known across the pond, the singer has treated her US fans to quite the show in Los Angeles on Tuesday evening.
During an album launch gig for her brand new record Sweet Talker, the hit maker paraded her enviable figure on the stage in all its glory.
The 26-year-old sang tracks from the new album as she twerked her way across the stage, giving the likes of Beyoncé and Miley Cyrus a run for their money.
Wearing a deep plunging leather-look bra top and hot pants covered in long black fringing, avid gym-goer Jessie’s slim waist was on full show.
She styled her ever-changing hair in a short and sharp dark bob, reminiscent of the Do It Like A Dude star’s early days in the music industry.
Completing her edgy 90s-inspired stage ensemble, she rocked patent heeled Chelsea boots and a gold choker around her neck.
The fringing detail on her short bottoms flowed around her body as she jumped and danced, which only accentuated her stunning long, lean legs and funky moves.
The star’s energetic set was clearly a hit with the crowd full of fans, as they reached up on stage to her as she belted out her tunes with her impressive voice.
Sweet Talker is Jessie’s third studio album, and she has been working hard in America on her promotional tour in recent weeks.
On Monday night, the former Voice UK coach had a prime time appearance on Dancing With The Stars, performing three of her songs and also acting as a guest judge.
She made quite the impression on the show, as she repeatedly gave the star acts low scores, causing the audience to shout boos at her.
The record’s debut single – Bang Bang, which also features bona fide US pop stars Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj – has already been a huge success in the notoriously hard-to-crack American music industry, peaking at number three on the Billboard Hot 100.