The singer said it was a mistake to claim being turned away from London restaurant Sexy Fish earlier in the week was 'discrimination'.
The 'I'll Be There' singer claims she was a victim of “discrimination” after being turned away from Sexy Fish wearing tracksuit bottoms, a hoodie, trainers and a baseball cap.
The 'Castle On The Hill' singer earned more than 'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe and Harry Style combined.
Singer Jess Glynne has received a lifetime ban from performing at the Isle of Wight festival, after she pulled out of her performance just minutes before she was due to go on stage.
Jess Glynne pulled out of her performance at Isle of Wight festival just minutes before she was due to go on. The pop singer, who had been supporting the Spice Girls during their UK stadium reunion tour, was reportedly suffering from “exhaustion” and unable to perform. Festival organiser John Giddings appeared on stage to deliver the news to fans.Click through our gallery to see the best UK music festivalsA statement from her representative was also posted via the official Isle of Wight Twitter, which said: “Jess had every intention of performing today at Isle of Wight."However, as the show got closer it became apparent that she was physically exhausted after a very intense last few weeks of touring."> From Jess Glynne @JessGlynne pic.twitter.com/PQi6wcS998> > — Isle of Wight Fest (@IsleOfWightFest) > > June 16, 2019“As a result we took the decision to cancel the show. Jess is extremely frustrated and apologises to all her fans but ultimately her health must come first.”Many angry fans posted on Twitter with reports of their children crying from disappointment at not seeing their favourite singer. > Hey babe @JessGlynne are u actually going to preform at IOW ? After 45 mins of waiting. Your the reason we come here. If not we are going to get a steak so let us know xxxxxxx> > — Lily (@lilyhopkins) > > June 16, 2019> Jess Glynne cancelled at IoW fest 10 minutes after she was supposed to come on. Kids are crying. Jodie is crying. Absolute scenes> > — marielle 🌻 (@marielle1606) > > June 16, 2019> Disgusted to hear that jessglynne has pulled out of iow2019 Isle of Wight festival just hours before going on stage! Maybe she has issues but surely she could have given more notice?> > — Margins36 (@margins36) > > June 16, 2019> Strange way of announcing @jessglynne is bailing on IsleOfWightFestival2019. No reason given and lots of crying girls> > — Louise-Jane Paul (@Pesh555) > > June 16, 2019This is the second time Glynne has pulled out of Isle of Wight festival – the first time was in 2015 when she was forced to drop out after undergoing vocal surgery. In May this year, she pulled out of her BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend performance hours before she was due on stage.
The band and their fans were left soaking wet after their latest show at Bristol's Ashton Gate Stadium.
One Direction may currently be on a break but they have been named as the Best Live Act at the O2 Silver Clef Awards for the second time. The boyband – comprised of Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson – scored more than 60% of the votes to claim the prestigious prize, which is the only award at the ceremony to be voted for by the public.
The red-head, 26, says she surrounds herself with solid supporters so she won’t go off the rails like Amy, who died in July 2011. Amy’s death saw her join the ‘27 Club’: the grim roll-call of singers who have died at the age, including Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain. Jess, above, said: “Amy didn’t have the right people around her.
The two months it took her to recover from vocal surgery were among the worst of her life, Jess Glynne has revealed. The 26-year-old singer underwent am operation on her damaged vocal cords last year, forcing her to miss out on a Glastonbury performance. Jess has now admitted the lengthy recovery process almost drove her round the bend.
The spectre of Amy Winehouse’s fall from grace still hangs heavy for the generation of female singers she inspired. Brit nomine Jess Glynne is no different, and has admitted she is “terrified” of drugs after Amy joined the grim ’27 Club’ in 2011 following years of class-A substance abuse. Jess, 26, up against Amy for British Female Solo Artist at next week’s music awards, also blasted hangers-on who allowed the tragic singer to suffer.
Singer Jess Glynne may see Madonna as a her, but there’s one infamous Queen of Pop moment that Jess is keen to avoid at next month’s Brit Awards. Nominated for three Brits, Jess is set to perform at the prestigious ceremony in February, but has issued a self-imposed cape ban in a bid to avoid Madonna’s unfortunate ‘capegate’ from last year’s ceremony. For anyone who needs reminding, Madonna got the heel of her shoe caught in her huge Armani bullfighter-style cape during a performance of Living For Love at the 2015 Brits and fell backwards down some stairs.
This year’s BRIT Awards lineup just got even bigger with news that Black Magic hitmakers Little Mix and Canadian crooner The Weeknd will perform at the bash.
This year’s X Factor has been about one act and one act only: Reggie ‘N’ Bollie, with the fun-loving duo being Cheryl’s last remaining act in the competition. Speaking exclusively to Yahoo Celebrity UK at last night’s Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women Awards, the flame-haired singer explained: “I’m so glad Cheryl kept Reggie and Bollie because she was like ‘Oh no, I don’t think so’.
Cancel all plans for Sunday night (pfft, like we had any anyway, apart from eating our body weight in cheese), because ONE DIRECTION and JESS GLYNNE are performing on Sunday night’s results show.
Capital FM’s brilliant Jingle Bell Ball is BACK, and the line-up is bigger and better than ever.This year’s ball takes place at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th December (tickets on sale at 8am on Friday 6th November), and with everyone from Jason Derulo to Ariana Grande to Little Mix performing, we’re guessing you don’t want to miss out.Let’s see who’s on the line-up, shall we?
The BBC Music Awards are BACK for a second year and the line-up is bigger and better than before, with One Direction, Little Mix and Ellie Goulding just three of the huge names signed up to perform on the night. Mumford and Sons, Hozier, Jess Glynne and OMI complete this year’s incredible line-up, who will be taking to the stage in Birmingham in December, joined by the BBC Concert Orchestra. Nick Grimshaw and Chris Evans made the announcement this morning, making us scream so loud in excitement, dogs started barking and car alarms started ringing.
X Factor girl group extraordinaires 4th Impact [née 4th Power] have revealed the extra-important reason behind their decision to enter this year’s competition. Unfortunately, the surgery costs £10,000, so the girls - Almira, Irene, Mylene and Celena - are hoping being on (and potentially winning) the show will help raise the funds needed. Speaking to The Mirror, Almira explained: “Our dad can’t work now as he has a brain mass and when it gets bigger he is going to be blind.
With X Factor’s Judges’ House airing this weekend, photos have been released giving us a first look at One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, Jess Glynne, Meghan Trainor, and Mark Ronson joining the judges in their exotic locations. Having quite frankly lost all chill when Louis popped up on a teaser clip for Judges’ Houses at the end of the last Six Chair Challenge, we were chomping at the bit to get a look at him replacing Sinitta in the South of France. Simon and Louis had more important issues to address than comparing hairstyles though, as they had to try and pick just three acts to progress to the live shows.
The changes come ahead of this weekend’s Judges’ Houses, where Cheryl Fernandez-Versini will be joined by Jess Glynne as she tries to whittle her six Groups down to just three, with her decision being announced live when they return from Rome. Last month, a source spoke to The Sun about 4th Power having to change their name, saying: “It came as a bit of a shock. Another source told OK! Online: “4th Power were in the 6 chair challenge but at this stage in the competition it came up there is an issue with their name similar to that suffered by Little Mix.
Earlier this year, Sam Smith underwent throat surgery after suffering a haemorrhage on his vocal cords. The 23-year-old spoke to Radio 2′s Ken Bruce from the BBC Radio Theatre in London ahead of his performance there, and admitted that his singing feels ‘stronger’ now. “I went to the throat doctor who looked after Adele and saved Julie Andrews voice and I was in really good hands.