Rita was seen filming a music video “Your Song” in Vancouver on June 10th. I’ve added +100 HQ pictures to gallery:
Rita is on cover of LEGEND Magazine for June 2017! I’ve added photos from photoshoot and cover to gallery:
Rita Ora is among Britain’s biggest celebrities, loved for her attitude and her range as an entertainer. She featured on tracks with Drake and Craig David, and vied to be Britain’s representative at the Eurovision Song Contest late in the 2000s, making her name as a singer. The big time beckoned and in the five years since 2012, she has seared her name across every centimetre of cyberspace as a singer, all-round performer, and star of the big and small screens.
She was everywhere, presenting on The X Factor, The Voice UK and America’s Next Top Model. As an actress, she’s held her own in the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy and has another movie on the way. As a fashion designer, she’s spent years working to devise product lines for Adidas and Tezenis. Ora’s background helps keep her grounded. Her parents were Albanian refugees who left Kosovo during the war there in the 1990s. Their sacrifices are always with her.
We met Ora at her suite in the W Hong Kong. She’s hungry for success ahead of a new album and, well, just hungry. She invited us in to share a veritable carbohydrate castle of pizza, burgers, quesadillas and French fries. In between bites we talked about music, sexuality and her quarter-life crisis.
Rita performed at Second Day of BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend on May 28th! I’ve added first photos and you can watch “Girls” feat. Raye & Charli XCX below:
Photos of Rita performing at the MOBO Awards last night have been added to the gallery! Check out the photos below and her performance above!
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MOBO Award winner and pop superstar, Rita Ora, sits down with MOBO TV to chat about her new single ‘Body on Me’ featuring Chris Brown, her experience filming the video and the rise of British culture in the music industry…especially grime.