British singer Rita Ora says female pop artists have to back each other

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British singer and actress Rita Ora talks about her second album, her love for music and acting, and how she has grown as a singer-songwriter.
British singer Rita Ora performing at Apple Orchard Road on March 18, 2019, for Apple’s Made by Women series in celebration of International Women’s Day. PHOTO: APPLE
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SINGAPORE - Enough of the cat fights. Female pop artists need to do more to support each other, says British singer-songwriter and actress Rita Ora.

"When you see support from one girl to another publicly, it makes other people think "wow, you know what, it's not always a cat fight, it's not always against each other, it actually works"," she tells The Straits Times in an interview at the Andaz Singapore hotel on March 19.

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