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Jessie J: Royal letter made parents proud
Dec 31, 2012, 12:01 GMT
Jessie J made her parents proud with a letter from Britain's Queen Elizabeth.
The 'Price Tag' singer has had a 'crazy' year and says being asked to perform at the Diamond Jubilee concert in June was a particular highlight, as it meant so much to her mother and father.
She told Live magazine: 'Can you believe that this year I actually got a letter from the queen asking me to perform at the Jubilee? That was so cool. I showed it to my parents - it's on really lovely notepaper, sort of heavy and really smart.
'That, for me, meant so much because it was a huge deal for them and the most important thing for me is to make my parents proud of me.
'They were the ones who believed in me, supported me and were my biggest fans before anyone knew my name. This has been as crazy for them as it has been for me.'
Jessie, 24, has previously admitted she couldn't stop 'feeling' the letter she received asking her to perform at the concert.
She has said: 'When I got the letter asking me to perform, I felt really proud. It's a proper letter from the queen's secretary. I'm keeping it in a memory book. It's on really thick, quality notepaper, I keep feeling it.'
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