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During her 40-minute set at the Saturday festival in Los Angeles, the Australian raptress also performed some of her songs including 'Work' and 'Fancy'.
Rita Ora wanted to kiss Iggy Azalea live on stage at the prize-giving event, but the Australian femcee turned her down.
The DJ, who ended his relationship with the British beauty a few weeks ago, also says he won't talk to media about 'every aspect of his personal life.'
The two ladies transform into sword-wielding samurais who team up to seek revenge on Ora's annoying boyfriend.
The 'I Will Never Let You Down' singer says she was supposed to sing the song that her former boyfriend wrote but he didn't approve it.
The British singer/songwriter was spotted holding hands with the son of Tommy Hilfiger after they had a date on Saturday.
The collaboration has been confirmed as the next single lifted from Azalea's debut album 'The New Classic'.
A source says that the British songbird wasn't aware her beau would announce that they'd officially broken up.
The musician announces the news in a Twitter post, saying that he and Ora decided to go separate ways 'some time ago' and added, 'I wish her all the best.'
The collaboration, which goes to the Australian star's 'The New Classic' album, was co-written by Katy Perry.
The Francesco Carrozzini-directed video shows the British singer striking some poses and sporting several different outfits while singing the love song.
The full music video for the Calvin Harris-produced track will arrive on Monday, March 31.
The British singer says in the teaser clip that she's happy and she wants people to feel the same when listening to the 'uplifting love song.'
The 'Dark Horse' singer models a black satin dress and long coat, while the 'R.I.P.' songstress dons a black and gold T-shirt.
The snippet of the Calvin Harris-produced song is featured in Rimmel's 'Color Rush' collection video ad, which shows the singer posing in front of green screen to promote the cosmetic brand.