Jess Glynne has banned herself from partying in order to protect her voice following emergency surgery on her vocal cords earlier this year.
Jess Glynne has been banned from partying.
The 'Rather Be' hitmaker, 25, has been forced to put her social life on a back-burner for the time being in order to protect her voice and save her career following emergency surgery on her vocal cords two months ago.
She explained: ''I have to be careful [following surgery]. I just need to make sure I rest my voice. I'm not allowed to go out and party because I'm still in the recovery period.''
The auburn-haired beauty has even decided to take a stand against her record label by turning down the work they are penning her in for because she doesn't want to ''f**k up'' her voice up permanently for the sake of extra projects.
She added to The Sun newspaper: ''The record label is working me pretty hard. They tend to put things in your diary without your consent. But now I'm like, 'No I can't do that.' My attitude is that if you want to f**k up my voice again, then cool, but I'm not prepared to do that.''
Jess underwent the procedure in June after suffering with her voice for a prolonged amount of time and is said to be impressed with the results so far.
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