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Jess Glynne removed make-up on live performance

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Jess Glynne was branded an"inspiration" by BRITS viewers, as she powerfully removed her make-up mid-performance. As she took took to the stage to sing new track 'Thursday', the popstar began to take off all of her glam with a reusable face pad with a legion of other women doing exactly the same being projected onto the screens behind.
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"I won't wear make-up on Thursday, 'Cause who I am is enough," Jess sang in the hit single while wearing a strapless white gown paired with simple trainers.
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What do you think of Jess Glynne's performance? Did she make an inspirational statement?
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Hasn’t Alicia Keys been performing without make up for a few years? Fair play to her for having the confidence but I don’t think it’s particulary empowering to women - maybe some women LIKE wearing make up? I do! I really don’t see the big deal about it. It’s not brave or heroic, just personal choice.
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I couldn’t give a crap about her make up, I just want her to stop singing.
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My 10 year old daughter got the message she was trying to portray and she was much more positive about Jess Glynns performance than she was about Little Mix’s...
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I would have taken it more seriously if she wasn't wearing a Vivienne Westwood dress...
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She's just copying what Alessia Cara did at the grammys a couple years ago when she performed scars to your beautiful.
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People saying ‘she copied this performance off someone else’ blah blah blah...I wonder how many of you would stand on a stage and do what she has done? Or even go outside without a face full of make up. So what if it’s a copied performance, the reality is that it’s sending a message! A message to say ‘be confident in yourself’ does it really matter who did it 1st?
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Personally I think she is a great role model, especially for younger/teenage girls. There’s so much pressure to look a certain way and be a certain way, people have to be ‘perfect’ so I think it’s awesome that she does songs like this and other songs like ‘don’t be so hard on yourself’. I see it as she’s helping people to embrace themselves whether they’re perfect or not and it’s okay to do that. Go Jess!
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Had more inspiring shits....She's overrated anyway.
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Wah wah I have to wear make up wah. No-one is forcing you to wear make-up in the first place
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Wow all these negative comments. I believe a lot of people are missing the point. Please look in the magazines, the film's, the tv etc and try to count the amount of women you see without makeup, those with spots, those with blemishes, those who aren't typically good looking. Also look at the amount of adverts telling you there is something that needs to change about you; makeup, weight loss, tooth whitening, plastic surgery, sunkissed skin, moisturizer. People (predominantly women but also more recently men) are sold the idea that they need to be perfect, they need to be a certain way and if they fall out of the social norm it is something to be frowned upon. No, Jess' performance isn't going to change the world but do you not think it's letting girls know, it's ok to embrace your own natural beauty, it's ok to have a break if you want because you are"enough". There are so many women all wanting to look the same at the moment, and if that's what makes you happy, you do you. But if you are unhappy because you don't fit the mould, you don't have to change, the system does. Diversity should be embraced.
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I wasn’t wearing makeup this morning. So what
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