Rita Ora is single

Rita Ora is single

Rita Ora has split from her boyfriend.
The ‘I Will Never Let You Down’ singer had been dating Andrew Watt for the last year but has confirmed they have gone their separate ways and she’s looking for love again.
Talk show host Jonathan Ross revealed the news as he interviewed Rita alongside ‘First Dates’ star Fred Sirieix.
He said: "You’re single at the moment. Fred from First Dates here is known for fixing people up on dates. Fred you must have a nice young guy we can set Rita up with?"
But Rita insisted she didn’t need any help.
She said: "I think I’m fine… ish. I’m blushing!"
The 27-year-old singer then described her perfect man, admitting she looks for the "whole package".
She said: "Well, I’m very big about personalities. I’m also a bit about attire and the looks and the whole package."
Rita admitted she can be a "fiery" girlfriend and though she doesn’t have any "trust issues", she hates missing out on doing things with a partner.
Speaking about her new single, she said: "’Let You Love Me’ is basically a song that I really wanted to involve my experience in love so far in my life and I thought that I always make it very difficult for myself and so ‘Let You Love Me’ is a song of frustration and growth within myself, being like ‘I just I could just let you love me for once.’
"I question everything, doubt everything and accuse everything! I’m Albanian so I’m really fiery so everything I do has to have a reason. I don’t have any trust issues, I’m more like ‘What did you do last night? Why didn’t you invite me?’ I suffer severe FOMO.
"I want to experience everything with that person. I love really hard."
Later in the interview, the 27-year-old singer also referenced her year-long romance with Calvin Harris – who she dated until January 2014 – and admitted she had the "best time ever" with the DJ.
She said: "I have also dated a Scot before and I had the best time ever with him."
The full interview with Rita airs on ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’ on ITV at 9.50pm on Saturday (06.10.18).