Jessie J unveils new video

Bisexual British singer releases video for new single LaserLight

Jessie J unveils new video
10 April 2012

Bisexual singer Jessie J has released the video for her new single LaserLight, which features French DJ David Guetta.

Jessie, 24, is having a busy year. Currently a judge on talent show the Voice UK, she recently turned down Simon Cowell’s offer to join the team on the British version of the X Factor. She was nominated three times at the 2012 Brit Awards and scored a transatlantic hit with her single Domino.

LaserLight is from Jessie J’s multiplatinum album Who You Are and will be released in the UK on 13 May.

Meanwhile, in a separate development, a 37-year-old man who was stabbed in the neck during a London party Jessie performed at last week passed away yesterday. Jessie wrote on Twitter that she is ‘lost for words’ and her ‘thoughts, love and respect are with the family and children of the man’. A man has been charged with the attack.

Watch her new video here:

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