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Internationally touring comedy phenom, Jessica Michelle Singleton headlines around the world and gained international acclaim with her debut comedy album “Please. Don’t. Leave. Me.” which reached #1 on iTunes ahead of veteran comedians such as Brian Regan and Jim Gaffigan. The album is currently being considered for a Grammy.

Jessica Michelle has been a featured guest on Ari Shaffir’s “Skeptic Tank” and has opened for the legendary George Wallace.

She can be heard regularly on Sirius XM’s Raw Dog Comedy and is the headliner for the three person Road Kill Comedy Tour Series, a self-produced national comedy tour being developed for television.

She is #JokeNation’s inaugural Ambassador for the U.S. & Canada which launched this past December at the Montreux Comedy Festival.

A finalist on Comcast’s “Trial By Laughter” series, Singleton was also a top performer in the Montreux, Cabo, Laughing Skull, Bridgetown, Women in Comedy, and SLO Comedy Festivals among several others.

Jessica Michelle Singleton has created a unique style of comedy that combines extremely random thoughts and observations with unparalleled vulnerability through personal stories from her real life and what some people refer to as a hyperactive, slightly deranged imagination.

She also would like to add that she sometimes refers to herself in third person to help give her a false sense of self-worth.

Thanks for coming out. Seriously, I love the gays.


16 thoughts on “home.”

  1. Hey Jessica! It’s Leslie! I started a blog and saw yours in the process! I will spread the word! If you have a moment, take a look at my blog unitewithlove.com. Talk to you soon oxoxo

  2. I wanted to email you with a big Kudos on your article published in the Anchorage Press, Slutoween time! Great job! You completely hit the nail on the head.
    I wanted to email you a photo of my costume I made this year. You’ll be proud of me(;

  3. dear jms, was a great pleasure to meet you on board-rome -geneve, pls keep in touch our conversation was super, write to my mail in case you come back to europe, william

  4. Saw you tonight at Harvey’s in Tahoe. I loved your stand up because it was funny but you also shared such personal information that was very refreshing to hear. People should feel open to talk about things that have happened to them, which is a step in the healing process. Sorry, got a little deep. You funny.

  5. Really enjoyed your interview on Ari Shaffir…

    I added your Comic Profile to (the very, very) beta version of a website I am building that indexes all Stand Up comedians and provides a single platform for all social media, pictures and video content.

    If you want control of your profile, just message me.

    PS Sorry to spam you with a link, but it really is germane.

    This is what your profile looks like:


  6. I just heard you for the first time on Sirius. I was struck by your comedy and then I saw that we had the same last name and it seemed like I should make contact.

    It’s pretty impressive to get success in the comedic world as a woman, or so I’ve been told by several people, including a couple of comedians in Los Angeles when I was out there to appear on the 2015 Jeopardy teachers tournament.

    I signed up for your subscription list and feel free to ignore this comment completely or to touch base and let me know if there’s anything that I should know about where you’re going or what you’re doing as I live in Western Virginia and am from Orlando and I have traveled all over the country.

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