Rita Ora was born in Pristina, Yugoslavia (now known as Kosovo) and her cultural background is Albanian-Kosovar, but she moved the same year she was born to England and grew up in West London. Rita says she attributes a lot of her personal style to Gwen Stefani, and greatly admires Beyonce. A natural performer from a young age, Rita attended the Sylvia Young Theater school and although she was always a talented singer, she landed her first role on screen in 2004 in the British filmto be a part of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009, however feeling like she wasn’t ready yet she dropped out after just a few episodes. She’s also good friends with Harry Styles of One Direction and was rumored to be dating Rob Kardashian, but has denied anything more than friendship with both. Yesterday, Rita proudly uploaded a snap of Calvin, 29, clutching his Ivor Novello on her Instagram page. They probably saw Iron Man 3, or Star Trek Into Darkness, or The Great Gatsby.
There's nothing concrete we can share at this stage but we can say that anything is possible! This is when an artist or band who are not on the line up turn up and play a short, 'secret set' at a gig or festival.
She added: "I wouldn't go into acting, I prefer being behind the camera." Charli's 'Boys' video saw her get a load of famous hunks into one space including Joe Jonas, Diplo, Carl Barat of The Libertines, Tinie Tempah, Charlie Puth, Bring Me The Horizon rocker Oli Sykes and Panic! However, there is one of her boy pals that really stole her heart in the video, Josh Ostrovsky aka The Fat Jew.
She previously told BANG Showbiz: Everyone's been asking me who my dream guy is from my video and I think The Fat Jew (Josh Ostrovsky) is my favourite.
This is when an artist on the bill brings someone on stage to perform with them for a song or two. READ MORE: Here's how you can go to V Festival for free this year 2016 was the daddy of special appearances: Little Mix bought out Lethal Bizzle for a performance of Fester Skank Sigala was joined by Craig David Zara Larsson was joined by MNEK for a performance of Never Forget You David Guetta brought out Bebe Rexha (who was also on the bill) to sing Hey Mama Olly Murs did a surprise performance of Demi Lovato's Up when he introduced Ella Eyre in 2015 Back in 2009, Amy Winehouse joined The Specials on stage Essex Live takes a look at the likely candidates: Beyonce It might sound far-fetched at first but let's think about it.
Charli XCX The pop babes previewed a live version of a track called 'Girls' at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend in Hull earlier this year, and though it's not been officially released yet, the 25-year-old star has said she wants to team up with her 'Your Song' singer pal on a project after enjoying being in charge of the visuals for her song 'Boys', and the duet would be the perfect choice.