Rita Ora's Christmas wish is to go to a flower-arranging class.
Rita Ora wants a dog for Christmas.
The 23-year-old star has a life many can only dream of, with hits such as Black Widow and I Will Never Let You Down dominating the charts and a small role in the hotly-anticipated movie adaption of Fifty Shades of Grey.
While some might think there’s nothing she could ask for this Christmas, Rita insists that’s not true.
“Well, I don’t have everything,” she assured the British edition of OK! magazine. “I really want a dog, so let’s see who listens to that. And I would really like to know how to set flowers, like go to a flower-arranging class…”
The star won’t be making a festive meal, but that she is good at pretending she cooked.
And before she thinks of the holidays, there’s the small matter of turning 24.
“Well, my birthday is November 26, so I’m thinking about my birthday first and then Christmas,” she admitted.
“But I’ve already thought about my Christmas presents because they’re pretty important. I can finally buy my parents something that they’ve always wanted. I can’t wait to go home – I’ve missed them so much and I’m never home.”
Fifty Shades of Grey is due for release in February next year and Rita is also working on her second album, with follows 2012’s Ora. For now, she’s focusing on her tracks rather than thinking about her next big-screen outing, although she does admit she has the “acting bug”.
“People have been calling a lot [about film roles],” she revealed. “But my focus is the album – it comes out in January – and the single, which features somebody really exciting.”
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Sunday, 23. November 2014