Jessie J and her boyfriend Max Pham have split after seven months together.
The singer, 33, insisted ‘nothing dramatic’ happened between the pair as she spoke out during an Instagram Q&A on Sunday.
In a heartfelt post, the Bang Bang hitmaker said dancer Max was an ‘amazing man’, adding they have ‘just been friends for a while’.
Single life: Jessie J, 33, revealed she and boyfriend Max Pham had split after seven months together during an Instagram Q&A on Sunday
Speaking out: The singer insisted ‘nothing dramatic’ happened between the pair and said that dancer Max was an ‘amazing man’, adding they have ‘just been friends for a while’
When asked what her relationship status was, Jessie explained: ‘Open, happy and loving myself.
‘Max and I have been just friends for a while now. Nothing dramatic happened. So please don’t over react.
‘He is an amazing man. We both have so much respect and love for each other. It just wasn’t right romantically. So we decided just friends it is.
Ready to mingle? When asked what her relationship status was, Jessie explained: ‘Open, happy and loving myself’
‘The only reason I even talk about it is because it becomes weird and a little difficult when people live in your past.
‘I hate how much of a big deal other people can make your personal breakups.
‘We are both happy, living and loving our lives.’
Moving on: Jessie started dating choreographer Max earlier this year, four months after her split from actor Channing Tatum
MailOnline has contacted a representative for Jessie for further comment.
Jessie started dating choreographer Max earlier this year, four months after her split from actor Channing Tatum.
The songstress recently took to Instagram to speak out about her mystery health issues that she has now been suffering from for six months.
Bold display: Jessie previously dated actor Channing Tatum (pictured) but the pair went their separate ways last year
The tearful pop star admitted: ‘I still cannot get through a full day without pain!’, as she explained her condition has not yet been diagnosed.
She has also been feeling frustrated because her problems are having an impact on her voice, even though her vocal chords are not the issue.
The Domino singer admitted: ‘I tried to sing a song I can usually sing with with ease, and I couldn’t. The issue I’m having isn’t my voice but is effecting my voice. And well…I sobbed. For hours.
‘I let myself feel the broken part of me that sometimes I know I ignore when I shouldn’t. Like fell the floor TV show type s***.
‘6 months in and I still cannot get through a full day without pain in my mid neck / throat. Some days are so much better than others.’
Shock! It comes after Jessie revealed she has been struggling to sing due a mystery health condition (pictured in 2020)
‘Worst part is that it’s not my vocal chords. They are healthy and in there with their hands up like. Not us J, we got you. It’s something around them. Spine, thyroid, allergy. Who knows. The tests continue.’
The star usually tries to stay positive but admitted there are moments when she can’t help but feel ‘lost and alone’.
She added: ‘95% of the time I am good. Positive and strong. Which is what I portray on here mostly. But that 5% will grow if not acknowledged. So yes, sometimes like yesterday. I break. All hope disappears. I feel so lost and so alone in what’s going on.’
And Jessie thinks it is important to be honest about how she feels and sent love to those who are also struggling.
Worrying: The tearful popstar admitted: ‘I still cannot get through a full day without pain!’ as she explained that her condition has not yet been diagnosed
She continued: ‘I guess I’m sharing this because people are always saying to me ‘how do you stay so positive all the time’ and truth is I don’t. I definitely don’t unpack and live in how I felt yesterday.
‘But I don’t take pride in always pretending I’m ok. It’s not healthy. That old line ‘it’s ok not to be ok,’ I wrote it because it’s true and I still believe this platform is to inspire through truth.
‘To anyone else going through a testing time. I feel you. I see you. We will get through this. Love you all [heart emoji].’
Jessie added: ‘To anyone else going through a testing time. I feel you. I see you. We will get through this. Love you all [heart emoji].’