Jessie J vows to be mom one day somehow, somehow.
After opening the past about how doctors told her she would not be able to have children, the 30-year-old singer – dating actress Channing Tatum – wrote a series of emotional notes in which she explained that she would "be the mother" the future.
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"After explaining the meaning of my song" Four Word Letters "on stage during this tour, my love and support is overwhelming, thank you," it was shared in Instagram's story on Saturday for the song contains lyrics for the desire to become a mother.
"I was told four years ago that I would not be able to have children. I was also told that I would need immediate hysterectomy and I would have to take medication," Jessie continues. "I have rejected hysterectomy and I have been deactivated by all medicines through natural medicine and dietary changes." I did not give up hope, doing what I can to make it the best way my body will allow.
Noting that she is not alone, the British singer said "millions of women are going through a difficult and emotional journey to motherhood," and that is "something we need to talk openly."
The star added: "It took me a long time to be open, it's my truth, and when I put it in my music it's out there, my trip is only a million, I'm standing with you ladies, strong in our emotional pain To turn it into joy. "
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About: Jessie J reveals during the concert in London that her doctors said she "can never have children"
Putting a promising note, the singer shared that she knew she would be a loving parent in a child.
"I will be a mother, as you will do it, I believe in the miracles, but if it does not, of course, it was not the journey, but a mother is in us all, it is inspired everyday, we are strong, he continued.
"It's scary to be so vulnerable But it's real I wrote the song for myself in a moment of sadness that helped turn this sadness into strength and for everyone else who has experience something close to this issue of fertility.It is a personal, unique journey.The prayers and thoughts of my love are with everyone and with everyone who is related to their own way, "she wrote, ending in her emoji heart message.
Jessie J first opened her stage races during a concert in London where she shared the touching message in the heart of "Four Words".
"I wanted to write this song for myself in moments of pain and sorrow, but also to be happy to give others something that they can hear when it gets tough," said U.K. Subway.
Friend Tatum was in the crowd that night and continued to run for his bravery at Instagram.
"This woman just dropped her heart out on the stage at the Royal Albert Hall, whoever was there, had to witness something special. Small legs actor, 38.
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Channing's news and Jessie's romance first appeared in the social media on October 6 when the actors were spotted on a date on the mini-golf course, with PEOPLE confirming days later that the couple saw each other.
His father shares 5-year-old daughter Everly with former Jenna Dewan.
A source told People that Dewan and Tatum continue to cordially merge with their only child. "Everything is fine, Everly is their number one priority, they are slowly introducing their new partners," said the source with his friend Jessie and Dewan, Steve Kazee.
Jessie J's emotional post came just one day after she hit those who kept comparing her appearance with Dewan.
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While she noted that she "rarely" comments on the stories she sees for herself online, she also pointed out that "there's a story I've seen over and over again in recent weeks talking about myself with another beautiful woman about our appearance and the people who choose who they think is most beautiful. "
"I'm so disappointed and embarrassed that my name is really involved, it's not something I represent at all, I do not get stories like this lightly, because I know the kind of impact it has on younger girls who read it," he said. supports ALL women. I am a woman who ALL loves women and will not stand quiet when the media teaches young girls to constantly compare each other. Or choose who they think is more beautiful, "he said.
The position quickly received a stamp of approval from the former Tatum.
"Amen Jessie Yes Yes Women for women all the way There is no need for negativity Let's live in a world where we support each other and we go up one another As I said before the positive vibrations throughout Nothing more than respect, "said Dewan Twitter and the story of Instagram.
The mother of a previously responded to comments about a similarity, she observed in a fan, "Positive is coming alive all the way."