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Singer Jess Glynne opens up about relationships with women

“It was the first girl I’d ever fallen in love with. I’ve never said that to anyone…. I don’t know what I want now — to be with a guy, with a girl, be with anyone.”

Jess Glynne -- photo via Instagram

Jess Glynne — photo via Instagram

— Pop singer Jess Glynne, in a revealing interview with London Evening Standard.

The UK singer has enjoyed a number of hit songs over the past couple of years: as the vocalist for Clean Bandit’s “Rather Be” and “Real Love,” as the voice behind Route 94’s “My Love,” and as a solo artist with “Right Here” and her current single “Hold My Hand.”

This week, Glynne also revealed on Facebook that her debut album was on pre-order, saying, “I’ve never been so excited in all my life! This is my story!” And, she linked to two new video releases — an acoustic version of “My Love,” and a collaboration with rapper Tinie Tempah, “Not Letting Go.” 

Glynne has also been scheduled to headline Pride at Birmingham Gay Village on May 23-24, 2015.  


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