Anne-Marie best friends with Jessie J
- Bang Showbiz
- 13 March 2017
Anne-Marie has admitted she and Jessie J have been close friends since they were 12 years old
Anne-Marie has been best friends with Jessie J since they were youngsters.
The 'Alarm' hitmaker starred alongside the brunette beauty in the West End play 'Whistle Down the Wind' when she was 12 years old and, although they lost contact for a while, they've now grown close to one another again over the past few years.
Speaking on The Sun newspaper's Bizarre Editor Dan Wootton's Facebook Page on Monday (13.03.17), she explained: "We were really close friends when we were kids. And then, obviously, she was doing her singing thing and I was just do karate so we kind of just went our own ways. And then when I started getting back into it, then we got back in contact so now we're like good friends again. She's just told me to be selfish sometimes. There was one time she told me to get the window seat on the plane. She said: 'Don't care, you just got to get the window seat so you can sleep.' So yeah, she's taught me stuff."
The 25-year-old singer is also close friends with Ed Sheeran and will be joining him on his tour later this year, which she is convinced will be full of "wild parties."
Asked what the most wild night out they had together was, she said: "The first night I spent with him, we literally spent watching 'Game of Thrones' and eating fajitas so that's wild. I think every night we spend are just wild. One EMAs night we all just spent in his hotel room and that got pretty wild. I got pretty drunk and I was knocking."
The blonde beauty is known for pouring her heart out in her songs and has admitted 'Alarm', 'Ciao Adios' and yet-to-be released 'Then' are about the same ex-boyfriend.
She explained: "Luckily in the songwriting sense and unlucky in the love life sense, I've had bad boyfriend. 'Alarm' and 'Ciao Adios' are about the same person, yeah. But the other ones are about other horrible ones.
"No [she doesn't have a boyfriend]! I'm too busy to be honest. Who needs a man? I don't. I don't think I'll even attract anyone with songs like that, I'll be single for a while."