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Jessie J admits doctors tell her to make live show less demanding

Jessie J has revealed that doctors have suggested she tone down her live show to avoid illness.

The singer was diagnosed with Wolff-Parkinson-White aged 11 and it means she can have an irregular heartbeat.

The Brit recently cancelled three Australian dates due to a "sudden illness" and Jessie J has now told The Sun that her condition can be hard to keep under wraps.

She said: "I don't know if I'm going to be in control to this as long as I want...[The condition affects me] more often than people think...You cover it up.

When asked if doctors advise her to change her live show, Jessie J responded:

"Yeah, course they do, and I just go 'Meh, this is what I do'...I have prided myself in having got this far without having to [lip-sync], but if my career carries on moving at the pace that it is, I will have to lip-sync to be able to stay well. My songs are so big."

Jessie J meanwhile released her last album 'Sweet Talker' in 2014.

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