Jessie J looks smokin’ hot in the just released cover for her upcoming third studio album, Sweet Talker!
The 26-year-old British singer’s new LP will arrive on October 13 in the UK followed by a worldwide release on October 14 via Island and Lava Records.
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“It was the quickest album I ever made,” Jessie told Radio.com. “I’m really proud of it though. I really feel like it represents where I’m at right now as a singer, as a woman, as a person, emotionally, everything.”
Jessie will be performing her new hit song “Bang Bang” with Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday (August 24) – We can’t wait!
By now you’ve most likely heard most of this summer’s hottest new music, but there are probably some facts you don’t know about them. For example, did you know that Charli XCX wasn’t the first artist offered the song “Boom Clap”?
Another cool fact is that Demi Lovato didn’t actually record her vocals for “Somebody To You” alongside The Vamps in the studio. Her part was added later!
And did you know that the band 5 Seconds of Summer was discovered by one of the five hotties from One Direction? Get their song “Amnesia” now on iTunes and watch the video below to find out which member discovered the group.
Thanks to McDonald’s, whose new Jalapeno Burger is heating up across the country right now, you can watch the video below to learn more about the summer’s hottest songs!
These Are Cool Facts About the Hottest Songs of the Summer!
Jon Hamm shows off his pearly whites with a big smile at a screening of Million Dollar Arm on Thursday evening (August 21) at the May Fair Hotel in London, England.
The 43-year-old actor plays a sports agent that attempts to recruit talented Indian cricket players to Major League Baseball teams.
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Million Dollar Arm was released earlier this year and also stars Bill Paxton, Lake Bell and Alan Arkin.
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