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Jessie J Thinks Sex Is On Its Way Out Of The Music Industry! Find Out Why HERE!

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Last month Annie Lennox wagged her finger at Miley Cyrus for, well, wagging her foam finger on stage while wearing not much else.

Now another pop star is speaking out about the super sexual nature of pop music — Jessie J!

The 25-year-old pop star addressed the hot topic at rehearsals for her Royal Variety Performance earlier this week.

Jessie, of course, knows a little something about looking seXXXay on stage, so we're definitely taking her word for it.

She admitted:

"I think that pop culture moves and changes. It has its moments of greatness and its moments of weirdness… shock value and beauty… I always know that as a female artist you can't do anything until you test it. Until you test it, you don't know if it's going to work or not. I've been there and done it and thought maybe I don't want to do that again… The music industry's constantly evolving and changing. There are many artists coming through who are about vocals. That's what I'm trying to stand for… It can't go that way, not for the younger generation coming up. There needs to be a levelling, a responsibility from everyone."

Shock value and beauty, eh? We wonder whether she was dissing a certain little Mileybird, LOLz!!

Do U think Jessie J's prediction is right? Can sex appeal and talent continue to co-exist in pop music?

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7 comments to “Jessie J Thinks Sex Is On Its Way Out Of The Music Industry! Find Out Why HERE!”

  1. 1

    Umm, I doubt it. It's been going on since Marilyn Monroe. Having a bunch of brain dead feminists call into question the over sexualization won't change much at all. Considering no one takes them seriously.

  2. HolidayScrooooooogeBah says – reply to this


    I dont mind the sex. Its you wiggers that need to take a walk. I'm so bored with the whole "white girl singing and dancing like a black urban person" formula thing. Give me 100000 naked sexy white females with a microphone over 1 wiggery wigger with a mic.
    Joan jet, lita ford and halestorm shouldnt be the only white females who know how to rock.

  3. 3

    I think she is right. Imagine heading back yet forward to a time where the music and talent is what matters. Rhianna is a good example. Watching her videos would make you think that her vocal chords are located below her waste inside her shorts. What's sad is that she can sing and doesn't need to present herself in the ways she does.

  4. fid says – reply to this


    Societies likes/dislikes move in cycles, just like fashion. You had girls wearing daisy dukes back in the day and they have started wearing short shorts today but I imagine there will be a movement back to being more concealed. Obviously sex isn't really "selling" as it used to, or else Miley Cyrus' album sales would be more successful. Considering her antics, over exposure in the media (and however much her team/record labour paid for this over exposure) her record sales have been in comparison, dismal. It may equate to more people google searching her name, but it doesn't equate to people wanting to pay money into her sexualized image.

  5. Powbatmanbiffrobin says – reply to this


    Re: fid – One can use the opposite argument too. Christian artists cant make the mainstream charts or get on MTV or get mainstream radio airplay because they don't shake their shiny booty enough. They don't act sexy enough. Sex sells. That lack of sales in the sexless christian music genre is proof. Madonna is one of the biggest selling artists in history. Her image has been highly sexualized since day one of her musical existence Sex sells, always sold and always will sell.
    90% of men who gripe about pop star's sexualized image… click porn links all day long making clickthru money for porno men. So 90% of males can shove it. They are phony. 90% of females who complain about sexy women in pop…. get wet looking at the sexy underage boys in pop. Another crop of phonies.

  6. 6

    No. Sex sells, and it has always been a part of the entertainment industry on whole. Period. There is nothing wrong with keeping it classy and singing songs that have deep meaning to them, because we all need and want that at some point, but we also all need and want the sexier stuff sometimes too. It's about appealing to the various sides of people and the various states of mind they may go through. Sex is a huge part of that, so it will always be a part of entertaining.

    Furthermore, I really wish people would stop acting like being sexy is suddenly some dirty horrible thing. There is nothing wrong with sex. It is a part of ALL of our lives. We ALL have sex at some point, and we ALL want to feel sexy at some point too. There is nothing wrong with that at all, and there is nothing wrong with there being artists out there conveying that. If you aren't into it, the beautiful thing is that you have the option to listen to something else.

  7. 7

    I like her music but have very mixed feelings about the music scene today. First I do not have children, so that is one thing I do not have to worry about. I guess I just feel lucky that I got to grow up in such a great time (60's) with fantastic music from the Beatles and Stones to the Beach Boys and the great rock bands like Jefferson Airplane. Doors. Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin (RIP and Jimi Hendrix (RIP). that I guess I just got spoiled on what good music is. Feel free to disagree, everyone thinks their music is the best I guess.