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10 July 2012, 18:16 | Updated: 10 July 2012, 18:42
The 'R.I.P.' star says she can't wait to record with the 'At Your Inconvenience' rapper.
Rita Ora has confirmed plans to collaborate with Professor Green in the future, and says she is a big fans of the 'Read All About It' rapper.
The two artists exchanged several messages on Twitter earlier this month hinted at a possible team-up, and the 'R.I.P.' star has now confirmed she will eventually be heading into the recording studio with Professor Green.
"Definitely [happening]. I'm a big Professor Green fan," Rita revealed to MTV News over the weekend (7th July). "I love the tone of his voice.
"I approached him at T4 On The Beach and he came up to me and said yes," the 21 year-old singer explained. "You never know when you are going to see them again and if you don't, you have to go through so many people.
"It's just fun to say, 'Look, I think you're amazing Professor Green - do you wanna do it?'" Rita added.
View a picture of Rita Ora posing in an upcoming fashion shoot this week below (Credit: Twitter):
Rita's comments come fresh from her live performances at several UK festivals over the weekend, which she celebrated with a night out in London wearing a striking cream latex dress.
Her next single 'Party And BS (How We Do)' is due to launch on 12th August, following which she will play to promotional shows across Manchester (29th August) and London (30th August).
Rita Ora announced this month that her debut solo album 'ORA' will officially be released on 27th August.