Rita Ora

Damon Albarn, Rita Ora, Jarvis Cocker and Ed Sheeran among UK musicians to sign open letter against Brexit

Damon Albarn, Rita Ora, Jarvis Cocker and Ed Sheeran are among the UK music names to have signed an open letter to Prime Minister...

Rita Ora at Malta’s Summer Daze festival was a masterclass in pop performance

As a performer, Rita Ora doesn’t really get the credit she’s due. Whilst people rave about the snake-infused live show of Taylor Swift or...

Margot Robbie on how Rita Ora inspired her latest film role in ‘Terminal’

Margot Robbie revealed she was influenced by Rita Ora in her latest film, 'Terminal'. Watch our video interview with Robbie above. When she was coming...

Isle of Wight Festival 2018: all the best bits in photos

The Isle of Wight Festival came to a dazzling close last night with a headline performance by The Killers, proving that they can still...

Rita Ora reflects on ‘Girls’ controversy: ‘There’s not one way to come out’

Rita Ora has opened up about her recent track 'Girls' after it was criticised by the LGBTQ+ community. READ MORE: This is the fundamental problem...

Years & Years’ Olly Alexander defends Rita Ora over ‘Girls’ backlash

Years & Years frontman Olly Alexander has defended Rita Ora after she faced backlash for recent single 'Girls'. Upon release, the track was heavily criticised...

Rita Ora kisses Cardi B in the new video for controversial track ‘Girls’

Rita Ora has released a video for her controversial track 'Girls'. The song – which also features Cardi B, Charli XCX and Bebe Rexha –...

Rita Ora pays emotional tribute to Avicii at BBC’s Biggest Weekend

Rita Ora opened the main stage at BBC's Biggest Weekend today (May 27) with a touching tribute to the late DJ Avicii. The singer took...

Charli XCX finally speaks out about ‘Girls’: “I just really want to learn from this situation”

Charli XCX has responded to criticism over 'Girls', the Rita Ora track she features on with Cardi B and Bebe Rexha. The song was heavily criticised for...

Cara Delevingne defends Rita Ora over ‘Girls’ controversy: “She did nothing wrong”

Cara Delevingne has defended Rita Ora following the recent controversy over her new single 'Girls'. The track, which also features Cardi B, Charli XCX, and Bebe Rexha, was...
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