Despite millions of fans being the hope of most singers, Jessie is finding out that there are some downsides to a huge public profile.
"Now Jessie's on The Voice and getting bigger and bigger, she knows it's time to review her safety and the risks to her," one source told Star magazine this week.
They added: "On the one hand, Jessie loves being such a hit with her fans and all the success she's having, but she says she's not coping well with the stress of it all."
Jessie's already been forced to defend herself to fans after she refused to stop for them at a recent gig.
She wrote on Twitter: "I just want to say to my fans that were outside tonight I haven't changed but my diary has and believe me when I say I always stop when I can and I appreciate and love your support."
The news follows claims that pals fear for Jessie's health, after she suffered a stroke at the age of just 18.
One supposed pal of the singer's told the Daily Star Sunday this weekend: "She works incredibly hard not only on The Voice but also promoting her album around the world.
“Add that to the gruelling touring, personal appearances and recording and it would be a lot for anyone to take.
“It’s not something Jessie really talks about but she still has health check-ups on her condition.”
But Jessie this week hit out at the rumours on Twitter.
She insisted: "My health is a very important part of my life. I have made huge sacrifices to making sure my body and mind can deal with my life & I am happy I am healthy & I am trying to make the UK proud."