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13 September 2012, 08:59 | Updated: 13 September 2012, 11:26
The 'Party & BS' singer says she and Rihanna get on well and hang out whenever they can.
Rita Ora says she "doesn't care" about the seemingly endless comparisons between herself and fellow pop singer Rihanna and says they have very different styles of music.
The 'R.I.P.' singer has also said attempts by some publications to create a feud between herself and the 'We Found Love' singer will never work because they are good friends and both part of the Roc Nation "family".
To tell you the truth I don't really care," Rita told Rollacoaster magazine this month, when asked about the comparisons between the two. "My music's different, we sing differently, we're from different parts of the world.
"Plus we've seen each other lots of times and we hang out," Rita explained. "So if people are trying to create a feud, not going to work.
"Even if that was the case, Roc would be like, 'What are you guys doing? You're part of the same family!'"
View a side by side picture of Rita Ora and Rihanna below:
The 'Party & BS (How We Do)' singer recently scored a new number one with her second solo single, and filmed the music video for her third release 'Shine Ya Light' out in her birth country of Kosovo over the weekend.
Rihanna is currently out in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, fresh from announcing details of her upcoming 2013 'Diamonds' world tour, and showed off a new chest tattoo in honour of her late grandma earlier this week.
Rita Ora launched her debut solo album 'ORA' at the end of August.