Rita Ora roots for peace

The singer is all for shutting down the feuding among female pop stars

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 giving a performance at Apple Orchard Road on Monday, for Apple's Made By Women series.
British singer Rita Ora giving a performance at Apple Orchard Road on Monday, for Apple's Made By Women series.PHOTO: APPLE

Enough of the cat fights. Female pop artists need to do more to support one another, 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 one another. It actually works,'" she tells The Straits Times in an interview at the Andaz Singapore hotel on Tuesday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 21, 2019, with the headline 'Rita Ora roots for peace'. Subscribe