Jessie J deals with stress by colour co-ordinating her wardrobe, which helps give her a sense of escapism.
Jessie J colour co-ordinates her wardrobe to de-stress.
The 'It's My Party' hitmaker - who was bullied as a youngster - admits her way of escaping the pressures of life is by organising her clothes and shoes by brand and colour to the verge of obsessive compulsive disorder.
Speaking to The Sun newspaper, she said: ''Clothes, I colour co-ordinate dark to light.
''It was the way I used to deal with stress - even when I was 12 I'd organise. That's how I de-stress.''
The 25-year-old singer was branded a diva after her stint as a coach on reality show 'The Voice' in the UK last year, but insists she's still the same person she was before she was thrown into the public eye in 2006.
She explained: ''I have always been the first on the dance floor. Before fame people thought it made me a good laugh, now people point and call me an attention seeker! I'm very aware of the way people can view me but I'm also aware I have to just enjoy my life.
''I'm the most un-divaish person you'll meet. I'm never rude to people and I am always on time.''
The blonde beauty - who won a BRIT Award in 2011 - also regularly turns to fellow pop star Ed Sheeran for support.
She said: ''I speak to Ed Sheeran about it a lot because we both had this ridiculously quick rise to fame.''
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