At New World School of the Arts, she studied dance. Sutta sang co-lead along with Carmit Bachar and Ashley Roberts in the "Stickwitu" single B-side, "Santa Baby".After the departure of Bachar from the group, Sutta took the parts that Bachar used to sing, and co-leads with Melody.Sutta also recorded a solo song, "If I Was a Man", for the Deluxe Edition of the Dolls' second studio album Doll Domination.
During the hiatus of the Pussycat Dolls in 2007, Sutta was featured on two tracks, "Make It Last" and "White Lies".
Both managed to chart on the Hot Dance Club Play chart, reaching the top three while "White Lies" was successful in Europe.
It made Sutta the second artist to have two concurrent top 10 Club Play singles. 1 for four weeks on Billboard On January 29, 2010, Sutta revealed she had decided to leave the group. Online Sutta revealed that she broke a rib while on tour with the group and the group's management failed to provide her with any accommodation, so the "almost homeless" singer had to crash on a friend's couch as she recovered from a broken rib.
Born Jessica Lilian Sutta on 15th May, 1982 in Miami and educated at New World School of The Arts, she is famous for Member of The Pussycat Dolls in a career that spans 2002–present.
Jessica Lynn Sutta, also known as J Sutta, is an American singer, dancer, songwriter and actress.
She is best known as a member of the American pop girl group and dance ensemble, the Pussycat Dolls.
She left the group in January 2010 to embark on her solo career.
Sutta's debut single, "Show Me", reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Charts in the United States.
She is currently finishing her debut solo album I Say Yes which was set to be released in 2016. Her mother is of Irish descent and of Catholic faith and her father is Jewish (of Russian and Polish origin).