The Voice UK's Becky Hill has spoken to Digital Spy about Jessie J, her parents and her propensity for a strop.
The Team Jessie contestant, who wowed the coaches with 'Ordinary People' in the Blind Auditions, is singing 'Good Luck' by Basement Jaxx in tonight's (May 5) live show.
Speaking about the upcoming programme, she said: "I'm singing 'Good Luck' by Basement Jaxx and my performance is going to be all about neon colours. There will be a lot of glow-in-the-dark makeup and I think it's going to be really fantastic. Hopefully it will be memorable.
"I'm nervous and excited. 50/50. I'm buzzing for Saturday and I think this weekend's show is going to be fantastic."
Hill also talked about the importance of contestants being different, and how her coach has helped with that: "I think there's pressure on all of us to stand out and not be generic. We need to show how we work as artists. That's the biggest pressure on the live shows. Jessie has worked really hard on all of us to help us all achieve that in our own way.
"Jessie is really, really cool. She's so professional and it's such an honour to work with her. She knows what she's on about and knows ten times more than I do. I take everything she says on board and I use it in my performances."
On the topic of teenage tantrums, the singer insisted: "I'm cool man. I think I've been cool. No strops so far. This process has taught me a lot about myself. It's taught me about wardrobe, hair and makeup; working with those guys has been one of the biggest things. I've been thrust in this intense environment and you see how important respect for people is. I've done quite well."
She added that she has no complaints about her parents mentioning their difficulties with her, saying: "No, God no. I know full well what I was like for my parents. I struggled being a teenager. They have helped me through it so much and they put up with all the crying and the moaning. They were always there for me."
The Voice UK airs tonight (May 5) at 7.10pm on BBC One.