Jessie J revealed she doesn't like being famous as she doesn't think she's good at it.
Jessie J hates being famous.
The 'Do It Like A Dude' singer has said she prefers to do ''simple things'' in life and ''helping'' others and doesn't think she's very good at being a celebrity.
Speaking at Henley Festival, the star told the crowd: ''I don't like being famous, I'm not very good at it.
''I like simple things like cooking and bowling. I like helping people.''
However, the 27-year-old star - who returned to the stage at the New Look Wireless Festival last weekend after undergoing surgery for a mystery complaint - admits she treasures every moment she spends on stage.
She told the crowd: ''Every time I step on the stage I never presume or expect it to last forever. I take in each moment as though they are stars - I know that sounds strange, but it's true.''
And the 'Domino' hitmaker admitted she still hasn't returned to full health following her recent problems.
She added: ''If you see me sitting down, it's because it's one of my first gigs since having two operations.
''I'm still a bit shaky and I'm not my usual jumpy self.''
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