Even before she became an international pop star thanks to hits like "Domino," Jessie J had a pretty interesting life. As a kid, she appeared onstage on London's West End in a musical written by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. She attended the same performing arts school as Adele and used to jam with her in the lunchroom. She suffered a stroke at the age of 18, and she wrote Miley Cyrus' massive hit "Party in the U.S.A." Now, she's putting all those experiences into an autobiography, due out this fall.
The British star announced on Twitter, "My OFFICIAL autobiography is OUT in September and is called 'Nice to meet you' :D AND ."
Jessie is currently working on her sophomore album, playing a number of festivals in Europe this summer and planning a 2013 UK arena tour.
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