Jessica Sutta: the Making of ‘I Wanna Be Bad’

Talented, outgoing and beautiful, former Pussycat Doll Jessica Sutta has finally launched her first career solo music video, “Wanna Be Bad.” The song was written and produced by Jessica and Tearce Kizzo, directed by Frank E. Flowers, and the hit single was officially released on iTunes on October 19, 2010. Surrounded by loving friends and supportive crew, the making of the video was fun for everyone involved. During a brief interview Jessica kindly answered a few questions about the process.

Q: What inspired you to write “I Wanna Be Bad” and create the video?

A: The night I walked into the Henson Studios in Hollywood and met Tearce Kizzo, we hit it off right away. We stepped into this little 4×4 studio…ideas started brewing, and three hours later, “I Wanna Be Bad” came to life. We had a blast making it!

A: What inspired me to do the video…First of all, my fans, and I just wanted my vision to come to life and express who Jessica Sutta is. I’m growing up and deepening my sense of self. I felt it was time to follow my dreams no matter what. And that’s what I’m doing. I’m here to inspire and celebrate being a woman.

Q: What did you enjoy most about making the video?

A: Not only was I the artist, I produced it as well. I got to explore myself as an artist with nothing holding me back. The whole experience was life changing and so exciting. One day I will produce movies. I really like bringing a vision into fruition.

Q: What other projects are you currently working on?

A: There’s a lot of things in the works as of now. We are deciding what the second single is. Should be out very soon!
Q: What words of advice do you have for your fans?

A: Words of advice…Let me tell ya…Discipline. Don’t ever give up. Be resilient and don’t ever have anyone tell you you’re not good enough. And work hard every single day. As an artist you can grow and deepen yourself more and more everyday. And its an amazing journey. Enjoy the ride. It’s worth it.

Thanks, Jess and congrats! To see the video visit:



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3 responses to “Jessica Sutta: the Making of ‘I Wanna Be Bad’

  1. Judy

    Beautiful photos, Francesca. They are revealing, a few shots revealing multiple aspects of Jessica. I am impressed at your creativity in depicting the artist. Great work!

  2. Pingback: Pussycat Dolls Online • O #1 Fansite Portugues das Pussycat Dolls » No set de “I Wanna Be Bad”

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