Jessie J is opening up about experiencing a miscarriage.
The “Price Tag” singer posted a photograph of herself holding a constructive being pregnant take a look at, in addition to a second picture, with a quote by Seyda Noir, studying, “Sometimes love won’t be enough to make it work, and that’s OK. It doesn’t mean that you’ve failed.” In the caption, the singer shared that she suffered a miscarriage simply hours earlier than she was scheduled to look onstage.
“Yesterday morning I was laughing with a friend saying ‘seriously though how am I going to get through my gig in LA tomorrow night without telling the whole audience I am pregnant.’ By yesterday afternoon I was dreading the thought of getting through the gig without breaking down,” she started her publish
Jessie wrote that she went for her third scan on the physician’s, solely to be advised that there was no fetal heartbeat. She wrote that she selected to proceed together with her efficiency — not as a result of she was “avoiding the grief,” however as a result of singing was therapeutic for her.
Jessie, who break up from her on-again, off-again boyfriend Channing Tatum final 12 months, defined that she was pregnant after deciding to have a child on her personal, as a result of it’s all she ever needed and “life is short.”
“To get pregnant was a miracle in itself and an experience I will never forget and I know I will have again,” she continued. “I’m still in shock, the sadness is overwhelming. But I know I am strong, and I know I will be OK. I also know millions of women all over the world have felt this pain and way worse. I feel connected to those of you I know and those of you I don’t. It’s the loneliest feeling in the world.”
She concluded the emotional message with, “So I will see you tonight LA. I may crack less jokes but my heart will be in the room.”
Jessie has spoken earlier than about desirous to be a mom, even writing the monitor “Four Letter Word” about her parenthood aspirations. In 2018, she spoke onstage at her live performance at Royal Albert Hall in London about being advised she wouldn’t be capable to carry a organic youngster, which impressed the tune about motherhood.
“So four years ago, I was told that I couldn’t have children, and it’s OK, I’m going to have children, trust me. When the doctor told me, my reaction was, ‘Oh hell nooooooo,'” she shared at the time. “I wanted to write this song for myself in my moment of pain and of sadness. But, also to give myself joy and give other people something that they can listen to in that moment when it gets really hard.”
In May 2020, she shared a since-deleted photo of herself as a baby to Instagram, captioning the post, “This is me when I was a baby. One day. I will be a mother.”