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3 December 2013, 09:29
The 'Shine Ya Light' star reveals she has been cast in the upcoming adaptation of E.L. James.
Rita Ora has announced that she has been cast in a supporting role in the upcoming film adaptation of Fifty Shades Of Grey.
The 'R.I.P.' singer happily confirmed the news on Twitter last night (2nd December), after attending the British Fashion Awards 2013, and revealed she will be portraying Mia, the sister of lead character Christian Grey.
"It's official! I've been cast in @FiftyShadesOfGrey as Christian's sister Mia. #FiftyShades," Rita tweeted out on Monday evening.
The 'Radioactive' singer has acted in the past with a lead role in the 2004 film Spivs, as well as a small role in The Fast & Furious 6 last year.
The Fifty Shades Of Grey movie adaptation sees actors Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson taking on the lead roles of Christian Grey and Anastacia Steele, respectively.
Rita Ora is currently hard at work on music for her second studio album, and recently revealed boyfriend Calvin Harris has been helping her.