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Pop star Jessie J goes for grown up glamour for radio gigChart topping singer Jessie J is known for flamboyant stage outfits, but went for sophisticated glamour for Capital Radio gig in Salford16:12, 25 SEP 2014Updated17:41, 25 SEP 2014
Jessie J at Capital Radio in Salford
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She’s known for her rather flamboyant outfits when performing on stage, but pop star Jessie J chose a rather more grown up look as she headed for an exclusive gig in Salford on Thursday.
Chart topping star Jessie headed to the Capital Radio studios at Salford Quays in a business like ensemble of white overcoat teamed with skinny jeans and red stiletto heels and an oversized YSL tote bag in tow.
26, was all smiles as she headed into the studios, where she performed an exclusive acoustic gig for the station.
She was given a warm welcome as she arrived with an army of her young fans waiting to catch a glimpse of their idol.
Jessie was then whisked off to Manchester radio station Key 103 for more promotion for her new single Burnin’ Up, taken from her new album Sweet Talker due out next month.
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