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Jessie J Offers Powerful Response To Being Asked About Getting Her Pre-Pregnancy Body 'Back'

The singer perfectly shut down speculation that she 'can't wait' to get her body back after giving birth to her son in May.

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British singer/songwriter Jessie J clapped back at social media users who made presumptuous comments about her body after recently giving birth to her first son.

In January, Jessie J announced she was pregnant with her first child after dating professional basketball player Chanan Colman since 2021.

They welcomed their son, Sky Safir Cornish Colman, in May.

While most of her fans congratulated her with lovely comments, some of her followers were not so pleasant.

She had mentioned specific commenters who gave their unsolicited observation that was pretty much body-shaming.

On Tuesday, the "It's My Party" singer wrote on Instagram story:

“Couple of people have said to me, ‘I bet you can’t wait to get your body back.'"
"My reply is...'I don't want to go back.'"
"'That body is gone. I want my body to go forward. I'm getting my body forward."
"That's the vibe ladies.

She ended by encouraging them to:

"Embrace that bowdddddy!"


Fans expressed their appreciation for her empowering PSA with one-word descriptors.

More praise followed.

Jessie J began her performing career at an early age. She appeared in the West End production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Whistle Down the Wind when she was eleven.

The singer came to prominence as an established artist and earned the distinction of becoming the first British female artist to have six top-ten singles from a sole studio album with her 2011 debut, Who You Are–which included the hit songs "Price Tag," "Nobody's Perfect," "Who You Are," "Domino," and "Laserlight," in addition to her breakout single, "Do It Like a Dude."

As of January 2018, she has sold over 20 million singles and 3 million albums worldwide.

As a philanthropist, The Voice UK coach has supported various charities and appeared on UK charity telethons, Children in Need, and Comic Relief.

She also performed at the Children in Need Rocks Manchester charity concert to raise money for Children in Need 2011.

The singer also is a supporter of the UK children's charity Believe in Magic–which grants wishes for terminally ill children.