I Thought It Was ALL ORA; RITA'S FEARS OVER PROJECT WITH CALVIN

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I Thought It Was ALL ORA; RITA'S FEARS OVER PROJECT WITH CALVIN


RITA Ora feared working with Calvin Harris could spell the end of their romance.

The couple are top of the charts with the collaboration I Will Never Let You Down. But Rita admitted yesterday she had second thoughts about the project.

She said: "I thought it was a bad idea.

I said, 'I don't know what's gonna happen, babe'. All that political s***, I didn't even want to think about it. But when we started to write, it happened so naturally, it felt right. The message worked.

th have the same goal, which is we want great songs."

"We do have creative differences, because we're different people. But we both that Rita spend result of their the world. promoting second album, has been away in a and Calvin, from Dumfries, much of their time apart as a heir non-stop workload around d. While Rita has been busy ng the single, the first from her lbum, in the UK, Calvin n DJing 4000 miles Florida.

he insists they've heir love is strong o survive.

But she proved their enough to She said: fly each you just "Sometimes id: "You have to other out, have to. times or 20 s , mes fly e s you fly for h o u r sometimes you only for five hours. It's an effort but you make it work. I'm not a fan of long distance relationships. If you had a choice, you want that person with you.

"It makes me pretty sad. But you work with what you've got."

The 23-year-old Kosovo-born star, added: "If you really want something, you'll make it work. I'm so happy for all the success Calvin has. He's such a creative, amazing individual, the last thing I want to do is get in between that."

" The Scots DJ, 30, made chart history last summer when he became the first artist to have nine top 10 singles from one album, 18 Months. And according to Forbes, he was also the highest paidlast year, 27million. …

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