Jessie J thinks she scares The Voice girls
Jessie J is worried female singers on 'The Voice' are too "scared" to want the 'Price Tag' hitmaker as their celebrity mentor on the TV singing competition
Jessie J is worried girl singers are too scared to work with her on 'The Voice'.
If more than one judge wants an act on the TV singing competition, then the hopefuls can choose who they get mentored by - and the 'Price Tag' hitmaker has become frustrated as many female contestants have gone with rival judges will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue.
The 25-year-old star admitted: "I just want females to not be scared to work with me."
An insider on the show has said the 25-year-old singer is getting worked up about the situation.
They told the Daily Star newspaper: "For whatever reason a lot of girls just don't pick her.
"She's getting a bee in her bonnet about it because she's missing out on all great singers."
It has been suggested the root of the problem could be the rumours Jessie has a diva attitude, which she recently denied.
She said: "I don't think there has been any TV show where a woman hasn't had a diva stamp. I don't want anyone to think that's what I am because I'm not.
"I'm the total opposite. I have eight people in my team, not 50. You can't win. I realise that happens to women."