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Following a bitter critique saying that appointing Ora as the new judge on U.K.'s 'The X Factor' is 'completely baffling madness,' the 'Poison' songtress slams the writer on Twitter.
Rita revealed that her relationship with Calvin went downhill after releasing 'I Will Never Let You Down', adding, 'I don't know if it was because business was mixed with personal or what.'
The singer is caught in a love triangle with his male friend and a man who makes her a model in the music video directed by Cameron Dutty.
'I'm not saying she's a terrible person, I'm just saying that when I was in a relationship and I did things with her that I wasn't supposed to do, she had a big mouth,' the rapper explains.
The rapper's sophomore effort, which arrives a week earlier than scheduled, features 18 songs including 'Better Things' on which he says the British singer 'got a big mouth.'
The British singer admits to being a big fan of the country-turned-pop superstar, who happens to be her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris' new lover.
The British singer's brand new song, which is about her 'bad luck with love,' is planned for her second album that's due out later this year.
The 'I Will Never Let You Down' songtress covered her attractive figure with nothing but her arm to hide her breasts and crossed-legs to conceal her bikini area.
The 'Black Widow' hitmaker ditched her bra, flashing her nipples under a sheer black turtleneck top following her surprise performance at Charli's London concert on Wednesday night, March 25.
The compilation that's accompanying the upcoming Broadway musical 'Finding Neverland' will also feature contributions from the musical's stars including Matthew Morrison and Kelsey Grammer.
Taylor donned a floor-length black gown with red dragon embroidery, Rita wore a plunging sequined jumpsuit with flowing train, while Charli flashed extreme side boob in a backless monochrome gown.
The country superstar fills in for Glen Campbell to perform 'I'm Not Gonna Miss You' from the documentary 'I'll Be Me' while the British songbird sings 'Grateful' from 'Beyond the Lights'.
The former 'American Idol' winner and the 'R.I.P.' singer will appear on the FOX hit drama series before the first season ends.
The two British singers rob a store, get chased by cops and enjoy a party in the 'Thelma and Louise'-themed music video.
The new version, which will serve as the next U.K. single off Charli's album 'Sucker', features Ora singing the second verse.