Jessie J talks about the abortion she suffered in November: It was the saddest and loneliest time of life
In a recent interview Jessie J admitted that the loss of the unborn child was the 'saddest and loneliest time' of her life.
The 33-year-old singer revealed that she is now in 'the happiest place she has ever been' because all that experience 'completely' changed her outlook on life.
Jessie talked about her serious miscarriage that happened in November during a show at Lafayette in London, as she returned to the stage this week for the first time.
"So I was pregnant, and I'm no longer. I'm probably in the happiest place I've ever been, believe it or not. My outlook on life has changed completely.
The day the abortion took place a man approached me on the street. I was alone and crying. He told me, 'I do not know you and I do not know what is happening to you now, but maybe you should share it with someone else.' "
Jessie now wants to use the war she has gone through to help other people who have gone through the same painful experience, as according to her the topic is still taboo.
The media personality said that her parents raised her to 'find blessing in pain' and therefore she feels grateful for everything she has in life.