Jessie J @ LG Arena, Birmingham 18/10/13

THE murmur amongst the crowd, the excitement started to grow, the lights dimmed, the music pounded, the lights flashed.

Jessie J had arrived.

Not only was her fabulous vocal range on top form tonight but also Jessie put on an unforgettable show.

From the amazing pyro techniques to the crazy confetti it reflected Jessie’s personality – “wild!”

After postponing her previous arena tour due to television commitments, Jessie did not disappoint and certainly put on a show.

She performed a range of her songs from her previous album, Who You Are, right through to her new songs from her latest EP, Alive.

The singer stunned with numerous outfit changes which all complemented her slender figure and pixie hair.

The Domino singer had an ongoing theme throughout the whole concert, which focused on love.

Jessie had a number of videos playing (mainly so that she could change her costume) which showed parts of her childhood and how she focused on her career to become a singer.

The singer played many videos of how she featured in singing contests and childhood holidays but there was one stand out video that emphasised her thoughts on being true to yourself and staying grounded to who you are.

This was another thing that Jessie kept telling the audience – which was a hit as there was a lot of love in the room between the singer and her many many fans.

Speaking of love, whilst Jessie was performing in the crowd two lovely ladies got engaged to one another!

It was a sweet moment that tied perfectly to the theme of love.

One thing that surprised me and let the concert down was that there was no official support act.

Which meant that for just under an hour the crowd had to keep themselves entertained.

However, some might argue that this helped to get the crowd even more energised for when the singer finally arrived.

Ending the concert with her most well known songs, Price Tag and Its My Party, Jessie wowed her fans with confetti cannons and silly string exploding into the air, which finally brought the concert to an end and left a lot of people very happy indeed.

Review by Sabrina Kumari