Rita Ora is set to collaborate with Jess Glynne.
The Voice judge is teaming up with the Clean Bandit collaborator after Glynne sent over a series of demos with the idea of the pair recording one of them as a duet.
Glynne told The Daily Star: “I’ve spoken to Rita a few times and she’s asked me to collaborate. So I’ve done some stuff for her, she’s had my songs sent to her to work on and yeah, I’m up for it.”
The singer also admitted she is anxious of performing in front of Ora this weekend when she sings her new single ‘Hold My Hand’ on The Voice.
She added: “I’m so nervous of these TV shows. You have all the judges in front of you, that’s my worst nightmare doing an audition. I’ve never met Tom [Jones] or Ricky [Wilson] – I could never be a contestant, I’m too scared.”
BBC’s The One Show recently had to apologise for offending viewers after they received 400 complaints about Ora’s cleavage.
She made an appearance on the TV show to promote her role as a judge on The Voice but the programme received hundreds of complaints from disgruntled viewers.
Complaints were also made via the BBC’s Points Of View message board, with one user stating: “Isn’t it about time the BBC had a dress code? I do not want to see her boobs hanging out on a family programme. I find it quite disgraceful.”