The 'Remedy' singer insisted that she doesn't need "sympathy" after Jackson claimed that she is "sorry" about how it has been received.
"All I heard was that she said she felt sorry for me and I was a bit like, 'I don't really need your sympathy, mate'. I didn't hear the rest of what she said," she told Time Out Dubai.
The 24-year-old, real name Victoria Hesketh, also admitted that some critics were surprised by the overall sound of Hands after hearing her early material.
"I think there's some truth in that because everyone was judging what it was going to sound like on the basis of two demos," she said.
"So there was some unfairness in how much people judged something before it was even finished. But I don't really worry about it."
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