This article was published on September 5th, 2012
“I would perform in front of my mirror until the wee hours of the morning,” Jessica giggled. “It’s a dream come true.”
For most teenage girls, growing up to be a pop singer could only be a dream. But not for Jessica. The singer, actress and dancer hit it big when she was signed on to be a famed Pussy Cat Doll.
“I learned so much,” Jessica said as she described her seven year career with the Pussy Cat Dolls. “There was not on particular thing. I grew up. I became a really good performer.”
In 2010, Jessica made the decision to embark on a solo career. It was a decision she can be proud of, especially when her debut single, Show Me, hit the #1 spot on the Billboard charts.
“Breaking into a solo career is hard, but it’s worth it,” described Jessica. “It’s so fulfilling to do it on your own. I feel like I’m earning this, as opposed to having it handed to me.
Jessica has the support of her past band members and appreciates everything they have done for her and her career.
“Don’t give up,” is Jessica’s advice for upcoming artists. “It’s not easy. If it was, everyone would be doing it. Have a reason bigger than you to be on that stage. To create that music.”
Jessica is set to release her new album in September 2012.
Photos in this post were taken at Sugarbeach during Toronto Pride 2012 where Jessica Sutta performed her hit song, “Show Me”, in front over thousands of enthusiastic fans.