Crew get dressing down for drinking on set of Jessie J video

Crew get dressing down for drinking on set of Jessie J video

Jessie J banned alcohol from the set of her latest video.

The 'Price Tag' hitmaker prohibited her crew from drinking while shooting 'My Party' - in which model Jourdan Dunn has made a cameo - but some of her sneaky staff had to be given a dressing down after they managed to break the rules.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “Jessie said strictly no alcohol so she could get the job done.

“But a few extras snuck it in anyway and had to be told to calm down during filming.”

Jessie's second studio album - a follow up to 2011's 'Who You Are' - was rumoured to be titled 'Gold' after a press release accompanying her interview with Glamour magazine appeared to suggest the record shared the chemical element's moniker, but she has played down such reports on Twitter.

However, the 25-year-old star has previously hinted the record will have a one-word title.

She explained: "It's so obvious and I say it all the time. You'll get it soon, you'll get it very soon.

"The word is on the first album, there you go. It's one word! There's something I haven't said before!"

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