Good Grief Bastille
18 February 2013, 11:52
The 'R.I.P.' singer talks the BRITs as well as teasing when fans will be able to hear her next record.
Rita Ora has named Mark Ronson's medley performance with Adele, Amy Winehouse and Daniel Merriweather as her favourite BRIT Awards memory, ahead of this year's awards show on Wednesday night (20th February).
The 'Hot Right Now' singer, who is up for three gongs at this week's ceremony, says she will always remember the 2008 medley performance of songs, which included 'God Put A Smile Upon Your Face' and 'Valerie'.
"My favourite BRITs memory is when Mark Ronson performed with Adele when she was new, and Amy Winehouse," Rita revealed to the Daily Star this week.
The UK star also said she can't wait for this week's BRIT Awards 2013 , where she is up for Best British Breakthrough as well as having both 'R.I.P.' and 'Hot Right Now' nominated for Best British Single With Capital FM.
"I've got three outfits and I love to change,' Rita teased. "Maybe I'll bring them all!"
Check out a picture of Rita Ora enjoying the festivities of London Fashion Week over the weekend below:
The 'Shine Ya Light' singer has also opened up about recording the follow-up to her 2012 debut release 'ORA', and promises fans she will be back with a second album sooner than they might think.
"Me and the band have been jamming on the tour bus. I want to get it out this year," Rita added.
Rita Ora brought her 'Radioactive' UK tour to a close last week in Leeds.