The pop princess hit Liverpool Echo arena with force during her sell out ‘Take Me Home’ tour of her debut album, ‘I Cry When I Laugh’, this November.
She was accompanied by two outstanding support acts which got the audience raring for the headliner, newcomer singer, Raye and rapper, Wretch 32.
The singer was raised from below the stage, and surprised the audience with confetti cannons as she warmed everyone up with her UK number one, ‘Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself’.
Jess Glynne has not only a powerful voice but also a powerful influence over her listeners as all her songs have a message.
As she introduced her song ‘My Love’, she said: “I feel like a lot has happened this year, and we need to fill the world with some love.”
After a quick wardrobe change and an instrumental interlude from her band she carried on the second half of her set with ‘Right Here’, her debut solo single, to restart the crowd’s energy.
When Jess performed ‘Take Me Home’ she asked the crowd to put their ‘lights on’, turning the arena turning into a disco ball as everyone joined in and felt mellow.
Cheers and stomps eventually brought the singer back onto stage as she finished her set with ‘Hold My Hand’, she showered the audience one last time with confetti and then it was over.
She is not only an inspiration to the young but also the old and one thing that this tour has told the UK is that she is a role model and has a lot more to come in the near future.By Darcey Higgins