Got to take care of The Voice! Jessie J gets steamy ahead of performance in Sydney
21:45 GMT, 9 March 2012
She is set to mentor up and coming singers on new talent show The Voice later this month, but for now Jessie J only has to worry about her own.
The Price Tag hitmaker posted a picture of herself to her Twitter account today using a steam machine before a performance in Sydney.
Jessie tweeted: 'Steam it! Steam that voice!'
Steam it! Jessie J posted this picture on Twitter today as she prepared to perform in Sydney
In the picture, the 23-year-old closes her eyes and inhales the steam just before hitting the stage at the launch of radio station Nova's Red Room in Darling Harbour.
Jessie was the star attraction at the gig alongside Tinie Tempah and Professor Green.
For the performance, the singer wore grey cropped jeans and a mesh vest with her hair in a trademark tight top bun and gold hoop earrings.
Warming the vocals: The singer performed at the launch of radio station Nova's Red Room in the Australian city
Earlier in the week Jessie dazzled during her concert at the Hordern Pavillion in the Australian city.
She has also performed in Brisbane and Melbourne after touring Malaysia.
But it will be to home shores soon with her new talent show The Voice premiering on BBC on March 24.
Grey lady: Jessie wore shades of grey for the gig, held in Sydney's Darling Harbour
Jessie will star alongside will.i.am, tom Jones and Danny O'Donoghue as coaches on the programme, which has been a runaway success in the US.
But the series has already hit a stumbling block after it emerged that despite earlier denials but both networks, the show is scheduled to clash with ITV's Britain's Got Talent.
Britain’s Got Talent star Alesha Dixon confirmed the ITV show will
start on Saturday March 24 – the same day as the corporation’s new show
TV debut: The Price Tag singer's new show The Voice is set to air from March 24 on BBC
Now BBC insiders have conceded a clash between the two programmes is likely.
Schedules have yet to be finalised but BBC1 is aiming to broadcast the first episode between 7 and 7.30pm.
An ITV insider admitted it plans to schedule Britain’s Got Talent between 7.45 and 8pm on the same night.
As the opening episode of The Voice will be at least 75 minutes long – this means there will be an overlap between the two.