Is Jessie J's New Album Going To Reveal Details About Her Split From Channing Tatum?

Jessie J famously dated "Step Up" actor Channing Tatum from 2018 to 2020 (via Insider). The two were first spotted together in October 2018 while enjoying an outing with friends in Seattle. One month later, Tatum brought his daughter Everly to one of Jessie's shows, and the singer attended Tatum's "Magic Mike Live" opening night. After two years of dating on and off, Jessie officially confirmed their split in October 2020 when she captioned an Instagram video of her dancing, "Single life in a pandemic is [crystal ball emoji]."

At the time, Jessie also shared many quotes on her Instagram story that appeared to relate to her breakup. She posted the message, "Unhealthy love is when two people expect each other to solve the others' problems. Healthy love is when two people acknowledge and address their own problems with each other's support." 

Since then, the "Domino" singer has remained relatively quiet about her split from Tatum. However, with new music on the horizon, she may be ready to dive into the relationship.

Jessie J is ready to talk about her breakup with Channing Tatum

In an interview with the UK's Capital FM, Jessie J revealed that her upcoming LP will feature a breakup song (via the Daily Mail). "The first song is about being in a relationship and someone just dismissing it," she said. "You know, when you go through a breakup and someone is like, 'OK, bye.'" 

The singer revealed that the album won't hold anything back. "One of my favorite songs is about just going for it and jumping in at the deep end," she said. Though Jessie didn't name whom the break-up song is about, it's very likely that she is referring to her most recent ex, Channing Tatum.

Aside from stirring up excitement for her untitled LP, Jessie reflected on her time in the music industry. The "Price Tag" singer explained that she feels immense pressure to match the success of her debut album, 2011's "Who You Are." She said, "I feel like all you try to do is beat your best moment. I am still trying to beat my first album and I am trying to roll with the years and the times."