Jessie J tells parents about sex life

JESSIE J tells her parents about her sex life.   

The 'Bang Bang' singer admits she's enjoying romancing different people at the moment but has told her mother Rose and father Stephen that her plans to have children will follow shortly.   

Speaking in Britain's Cosmopolitan magazine, she said: "I'm 26 and I want to have kids in the next four to eight years - obviously not right now. But I'm not 16; I'm a woman and I live a 26-year-old woman's life: I have relationships and I have sex... and that's OK. My mum and dad know and it's cool. I'm growing up and I don't want to obscure any parts of me or take them away."  

The brunette beauty recently relocated from London to Los Angeles to better her career and she hopes the US may be the place she finds her one true love.   

She explained: "I'm still finding my feet in love. Maybe America is the place I'll meet the man of my dreams? My mum and dad have been together 36 years and they've shown me what real love is like. When you have that to look up to, you know you have to get it right. I like a guy who can make me laugh."  

However, Jessie believes social media is to blame for the lack of romance nowadays and thinks there will be an incline in marriages if technology was taken away.   

She said: "I think with Instagram and Twitter, romance has lost its way. It's all, 'Oh I've got this girl but I could have this one and I can contact her directly right this minute.' I think if we lost technology for a year there would be a lot more people getting married."



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