Jetting off to America today to promote her new album and collaborate with American superstars Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande, it's hard to imagine Jessie J was in Carlisle last night.
Thousands of people turned out at Carlisle Racecourse to see popstar Jessie J perform a string of hits in the sunshine.
Fans stampeded to get to the front once the barriers had opened - with two teenagers having travelled all the way from Oslo for the gig.
The former Voice judge performed a near 80-minute set at the racecourse, bringing a day of race action to a close. The singer mixed new material from her upcoming album with older classics like 'Do It Like A Dude' and 'Wild.'
See Jessie performing 'Sexy Girls' in the video below.
With a 5,000 strong crowd of families and teenagers alike, Jessie J addressed her fans throughout the evening - dedicating songs to an eight-year-old boy called Josh and a couple celebrating their two-year wedding anniversary.
The singer, dressed in a matching purple crop top and shorts, thrilled fans by finishing her set with anthem 'Price Tag' - sung from the barrier inches in front of them, and stopping to take photos with them along the way.
Catching up with the singer before the show got underway, Jessie J spoke to ITV Border about what it was like to be back in the city for the first time since her appearance at Radio 1's Big Weekend in 2011.
We also asked her, what's next for Jessie J?