Jessie J assured fans she had the “best January ever” after hitting her midpoint on Saturday with a slew of Instagram snaps and videos.
The singer, 33, took to the photo-sharing platform to give followers a glimpse of her moves after flying back to the UK from Los Angeles, where she resides.
It comes after she explained the reasons why she publicly announced that she suffered a miscarriage just hours after losing her baby.
‘Best January I’ve EVER had’: Jessie J put her miscarriage grief behind her as she documented her month in her native UK after leaving Los Angeles in an Instagram post on Saturday
Wearing minimal makeup to showcase her natural beauty, singer Domino beamed for a sweet selfie, while sporting her chocolate locks in gorgeous curls.
After filming the view from her plane window over cloudy England, she shared a hilarious video of herself kneeling on the ground during an attempt at rollerblading.
Declaring herself a vampire with the corresponding emoji, the former judge of The Voice broke eight test tubes of her blood during a visit to the hospital.
During a visit to her parents’ home in Essex, she snuggled up to their dog Indie, before receiving a scolding from her father for leaving the dog on the sofa.
Have a blast! The singer, 33, took to the photo-sharing platform to give followers a glimpse of her moves after flying back to the UK from Los Angeles, where she resides.
Hilarious: After filming the view from her plane window over cloudy England, she shared a hilarious video of herself kneeling on the ground while attempting a roller skate
Driving past the River Thames in London on a particularly sunny day, the Brit Award winner made sure to record the idyllic view from her car seat.
She squealed with excitement while enjoying a spectacular ride Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland had to offer before talking to Am I Wrong about Anderson .Paak in a following video.
Another snap saw Jessie posing up a storm alongside singer Daley in a cozy white shearling jacket before singing Whitney Houston’s If I Have Nothing.
In his caption, the Price Tag hitmaker wrote: ‘So far high key this might be the best January I’ve ever had…
Spooktacular: Declaring herself a vampire with matching emoji, the former judge of The Voice broke eight test tubes of her blood during a hospital visit
Furry friend: During a visit to her parents’ home in Essex, she snuggled up to their dog Indie, before receiving a scolding from her father for leaving the dog on the sofa
wow! Driving past the River Thames in London on a particularly sunny day, the Brit Award winner made sure she recorded the idyllic view from her car seat
‘1. “Messy” natural hair 2. At home 3. Balance is not in the family 4. I am a [vampire emoji] 5. “Dad can you tell Jess that indies aren’t allowed on the couch” [rolling eyes emoji]
‘6. Hygge 7. [rollercoaster emoji] 8. [tongue emoji] 9. Elphaba and Glinda Reunite 10. I Have Nothing So… [Union Flag emoji].’
It comes after the songwriter broke down in tears in November while playing an intimate concert in Los Angeles, after being told the devastating news by doctors earlier.
Taking to Instagram recently, Jessie detailed the “pain, trauma and loneliness” she experienced as she struggled to come to terms with her grief.
Catchy: She spoke to Am I Wrong about Anderson .Paak in a following video.
Pals: Another snap saw Jessie posing up a storm alongside singer Daley in a comfy white sheepskin jacket before singing If I Have Nothing by Whitney Houston
Tragic: It comes after she opened up about why she publicly announced she had a miscarriage just hours after losing her baby
Happy: In his caption, the Price Tag hitmaker wrote: ‘So far high key this might be the best January I’ve ever had…’
She admitted: ‘The show must go on’ The mentality in her reacted before the human in her and immediately felt compelled to try to be inspiring when she really needed to cry.
Alongside a black-and-white throwback clip of herself singing Easy On Me at her intimate LA gig, Jessie penned a lengthy caption.
She began: ‘I posted about the loss of my baby just hours after I was told. I reacted in work mode. It’s safe to say that I sometimes spend more energy creating an unhealthy process of my own pain on camera than I recognize behind a live camera.
The “show must go on” mentality reacted before the human in me. I have to justify in front of the public for my show tomorrow, and explain to the world why I may be a little off, was my first thought. I have to turn this into a moment of inspiration, I know I’ll be fine, a highlight, because that’s who I am, isn’t it?
True talk: The singer admitted that the ‘show must go on’ mentality in her reacted before the human in her and immediately felt compelled to try to be inspiring after her loss
“The truth is, I just needed to cry, hug and sob. But at the time I was alone. I hadn’t processed anything. I hadn’t processed anything. no idea what I was going to go through, not only emotionally but physically, after this show.
Jessie went on to share how she understood the need to talk openly about the miscarriage and how her experience as a lost baby had “changed her forever”.
She wrote: “I really understand now why women talk so often about the need for miscarriage and the need to talk about it more openly.
“As I have learned now that what people know about miscarriage (including myself prior to the past 2 weeks) unless you have personally experienced it. What people think it is, is in fact not at all an accurate reflection of what it really is. How can people support when they don’t know?
Heartbreaking: Alongside a black and white throwback clip of herself singing Easy On Me at her intimate LA gig, Jessie wrote a lengthy caption
“I have never felt pain and trauma or felt lonely like this. It changed me forever. In the most heartbreaking, yet beautiful way. It puts life into perspective in a way that nothing else ever has.
Speaking directly to women who suffered miscarriages, Jessie shared her grief for them and insisted it was okay to be broken, weak and exhausted.
She wrote: ‘I’m so sorry if you’ve ever been through it alone or with a loving partner, or are going through it right now at any stage of your pregnancy. Losing your baby is one of the worst feelings in the world.
‘I feel bad for you. If I could I would bring you food, support you through physical pain, I know it takes more than a “stay strong” text right now. Guess I’m here to say to anyone who may not have been made aware of this, you have a right to be broken.
“You have the right to cry. Allowed to be weak. Allowed to be worn out with pain and bleeding and grief that barely has room to exist. You are allowed to do this, but YOU need it.
“Sometimes life just calls us to be human. We know it will be sunny, but we can’t avoid the rain.
Single: Jessie told her followers that she had ‘decided to have a baby on her own’, after revealing in October that she had split from boyfriend Max Pham after seven months of dating