Rita was at Teen Choice Awards 2017 at Galen Center on August 13, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Check photos in gallery and videos below:
Singer Rita Ora joins “GMA” to discuss her role as the host of the new music competition and reality show “Boyband,” as well as her latest music.
Rita Ora has returned with her first single in nearly two years, “Your Song.” The uplifting track, all about being in love, was written by fellow Brit Ed Sheeran and produced by Steve Mac. “Your Song” is the first taste of what’s to come from Rita this year, who last released an album five years ago in 2012 (her debut LP Ora).
During an Instagram live last month, Rita confirmed that her sophomore album is on the way, and that fans can expect its release later this year in the fall. She said, “The album is going to come out in November and it’s going to be major. I’ve been working on it for ages. There’s some amazing people on it and amazing surprises.”
Aside from putting an album together, Rita has been very busy with other projects in TV and film, including her role as Mia Grey in the Fifty Shades of Grey series, her hosting gig on the new music competition show Boy Band, as well as the rebooted America’s Next Top Model, and she was a judge on BBC’s The Voice and The X Factor UK.
Now, Rita is focusing on her music career, and has kicked off this chapter of her career with “Your Song,” which she performed live during a recent visit to iHeartRadio’s studios in New York City. But while at iHeartRadio HQ, the 26-year-old also opened up about her 28 tattoos during an exclusive interview. These are Rita Ora’s Tattoo Stories. Read on below.
Rita Ora gave Calvin Harris’ hit single “Slide” an acoustic twist on Monday (July 17), covering the hit track for the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show.
With an acoustic guitar accompaniment, the British singer handled both Frank Ocean and Quavo’s parts on the Funk Wav Bounces Vol.1 song, really belting out the chorus at the end.
It’s a particularly notable song choice for Ora, as she and Harris dated from 2013-2014.
Speaking with Marie Claire in 2015, Ora said that time after their collaboration “I Will Never Let You Down” came out “everything started to go a bit weird. I don’t know if it was because business was mixed with personal or what.”
Watch Ora’s “Slide” performance here:
Jimmy teams up with Jada Pinkett Smith against Dane DeHaan and Rita Ora for a game of Catchphrase.
Music guest Rita Ora performs “Your Song” for the Tonight Show audience.
Rita Ora chats with Charlie and Naga about Your Song on BBC Breakfast – June 29th. Photos in gallery: