Rita Ora has referred to as out a sexist double commonplace within the media on the subject of her previous relationships.
As a part of her upcoming look on Louis Theroux Interviews…, the chart-topping singer says she feels she is commonly unfairly mentioned in relation to folks she’s dated in a manner that her male friends will not be.
“I’ve all the time been very adamant on specializing in me and my work,” she informed the documentarian.
“Look, we’re ladies. Males don’t get requested, ‘Oh, you’ve had 100 boyfriends or girlfriends’. Generally they do, however the majority of the time they don’t.
“It comes with the territory, it’s a part of the world that you simply’re in.”
As regards to romance, Rita informed the host: “I like love, I like being in love, it’s wonderful and so enjoyable. Who doesn’t?
“I stay life to the fullest. I’m a particularly passionate individual on the subject of love, however I don’t base my life on relationships. I don’t base my moments on, ‘Oh, I’ll keep in mind this due to that relationship’, that’s simply an addition to my life.”
Earlier this 12 months, Rita married actor and filmmaker Taika Waititi, with whom she not too long ago hosted the MTV Europe Music Awards.
She is presently gearing up for the discharge of her third studio album, having signed a brand new document deal earlier this 12 months.
In addition to her music profession, Rita has additionally served as a decide on reveals like The X Issue, The Voice and America’s Subsequent Prime Mannequin, and is presently a part of the panel on the UK model of The Masked Singer.
Louis Theroux Interviews Rita Ora airs on Tuesday evening at 9.30pm on BBC Two.