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27 June 2013, 11:23
The 'Radioactive' singer spoke exclusively to Capital FM about her upcoming set at the music festival.
Rita Ora has admitted she is both "nervous and excited" about performing at Glastonbury Festival this coming weekend, and admits it is probably the biggest moment of her music career so far.
The 'R.I.P.' singer is set to perform this coming Friday (28th June) at the iconic UK music festival, on the event's legendary Pyramid Stage, where she is sharing a bill with the likes of Rolling Stones, Mumford & Sons and Arctic Monkeys.
"I am so looking forward to it but, wow, I am nervous!" Rita told exclusively told Capital FM's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes, while at the Isle Of MTV out in Malta this week. "I mean, Glastonbury is probably the biggest moment of my career so far.
It's so huge and so iconic, so it's on my mind a lot right now," the 'Radioactive' singer admitted. "I feel so honoured that they've asked me, as a pop act, to be part of the bill considering the line-up this year.
"But I'm definitely going to deliver a full-on set, we've ten planning it for a while now and rehearsing hard," she added. "I'm both seriously nervous and excited. But bring it on!"
Check out a picture of Rita Ora enjoying her time out in Malta for the Isle Of MTV event this week below (Credit: Instagram):
The 'Party & BS (How We Do)' singer opened up about recording on her second studio album recently, and promised to be "more honest" in the songs on her next record.
Rita Ora plays the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival on Friday 28th June.