Jessie J sounds like "Marge Simpson" after losing her voice.
The 'Price Tag' hitmaker - who has an irregular heartbeat and suffered a stroke aged 18 - likened herself to the croaky 'Simpsons' character after suffering from throat problems, but she refused to cancel an interview with Ray D'Arcy on Today FM.
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In a post on her Instagram page, she wrote: "My voice has decided to be friends with the air con today and dry out to Marge Simpson vibes!
"So I'm in bright trousers and will do all I can to be entertaining with hardly no voice! Let's do this! Today FM official I'm live now!! *whispering*. (sic)"
However she was later forced to pull out of a scheduled 2FM interview, where around 150 fans had gathered.
"Just want to say sorry to all the heartbeats at @RTE2fm for being unable to come and see you," she tweeted.
As we just said, @JessieJ has cancelled as her voice is gone. All our audience are getting tx to the gig tomorrow. These things happen.— Rick O'Shea (@rickoshea) July 9, 2013
Instead, 5 girls who had just turned up outside the door, sang to our audience and played Price Tag with a Uke. They were brilliant :-)— Rick O'Shea (@rickoshea) July 9, 2013
However the fans later posted a video to YouTube wishing their idol all the best.
But the 25-year-old star - who recently quit her judging position on talent show 'The Voice' - reassured her fans she knows exactly how to get her vocals back in tip top condition.
She said: "To any of my contestants listening - yes, I lose my voice too, guys. You have to rest your voice, it's so hard.
"I know every trick of the trade [to treat a bad throat] - I know exactly why my voice is like this, I know exactly what I need to do to get it back. I'm just human."
Jessie J played Live at the Marquee in Cork on Sunday night and plays Dublin's Phoenix Park as support for Justin Timberlake tonight.
Jessie has been forced to pull out of tonight's Phoenix Park gig and will be replaced by The Coronas, promoters MCD said.