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13 November 2012, 09:27
The 'Shine Ya Light' singer admits she is a big fan of the US country-pop star.
Rita Ora has hinted at the possibility of a Taylor Swift collaboration sometime in the future after admitting she would like to work with the US singer-songwriter one day.
Both artists performed at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2012 (EMAs) over the weekend (11th November), and the 'R.I.P' singer says she is a big fan of the 'Begin Again' star.
"I would love to collaborate with Taylor Swift," Rita revealed to the Daily Star. "But you have to approach it in a certain way.
"You have to be really nice and it has to be natural," the singer added.
Rita opened the EMAs 2012 with a performance of her former Vodafone Big Top 40 number one 'R.I.P.', arriving on stage in a gold gilded birdcage, while Taylor was given the honour of closing out the awards ceremony with her recent hit 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together'.
"Last night was still one of the most fun nights of my life," Rita tweeted on Monday morning (12th November). "Thank you MTV for letting me open up the show."
Check out a picture of Rita Ora performing at the EMAs 2012 below (Credit: PA):
Fresh from her appearance at the EMAs 2012 in Frankfurt, Germany, Rita headed out to shoot the music video for her next solo single 'Radioactive'.
Rita Ora has been confirmed for the line-up of the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 and will perform on the event's second day (9th December) alongside acts including Pink, Girls Aloud, Calvin Harris, Example and Conor Maynard.