Jesse J makes chart history

Bisexual singer Jesse J breaks chart records with debut album's top 10 hits

Jesse J makes chart history
23 April 2012

Bisexual singer Jessie J has broken chart records as the first UK female to have six top 10 hits from one album.

Her single Laserlight has given her membership of an elite club of artists that include Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson.

She has already secured two top one singles with Price Tag and Domino from her multi-platinum debut album Who You Are.

The album sold 2.5 million copies and hit the number one spot in 19 countries, selling over 11 million singles.

Last week Gay Star News reported that a book falsely claimed that the star of the The Voice talent show was not bisexual but 100% lesbian.

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