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Talking of being asked to compete on the Chinese talent show Singer, Jessie, 30, explained: “I feel so grateful that I was given the opportunity to spark some kind of gap between the two cultures.I feel like China, to me, is another home now.” And after her victory at the weekend, she declared: “This show has changed my life and made me a better person and a better performer.” It has certainly made her a more relevant performer again, albeit more than 5,000 miles away from the country that first embraced her — and where the rising star once had a 2010 Bizarre session.Zuri has three older siblings, Emma, Luke, and Ravi Ross. She is also very lovable and has a special bond with all three of her siblings, as well as Jessie, Bertram and her parents.It also hinted throughout the series that Zuri won't be the same forever.“She was the ultimate diva, which irked producers because Tom and Will were by far the more seasoned performers. “But lots of people also thought she was very conflicted.
Meanwhile, there was continued speculation about her sexuality — which she often fuelled. I wanna be up there with the Celine Dions, the Whitneys, the Beyonces and Arethas.
Her ego got so out of control she stopped one of her solo performances mid-set and insisted her band start again. Insiders believe her growing sense of entitlement was enhanced by the team in place around her, who “constantly blew smoke up her a***”.
A TV source said: “The diva in Jessie wasn’t helped by her inner circle.
But it wasn’t enough for the British public, who were now falling out of love with her music, too.
After the monumental success of the singles Price Tag and Domino from her debut album, her second album, Alive, flopped. In 2014 she hit No1 with Bang Bang — a collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande — but in the same year Burnin’ Up, from third album Sweet Talker, scraped to No73.
But tapping into the Chinese market could be a canny move and a financially rewarding one.