Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Rita Ora Talks Calvin Harris Split, Says Sex Is ''a Form of Getting to Know a Person''

After a headline-making split with DJ/producer Calvin Harris, Rita Ora is back and better than ever.

Gracing the December cover of Cosmopolitan, the Black Widow beauty opens up about her break up with the 30-year-old DJ in addition to dishing on her self-confidence and why it's important to "come to terms with loving your body."

"It was the right guy at the wrong time," she says of Harris, who confirmed via Twitter in June that the pair had called it quits. "I was about to start a tour, and he was also all over the place. There's only so much you can do when you don't see each other."

While many fans presumed that their breakup was bitter, due to the fact that Harris prevented Ora from performing her hit "I Will Never Let You Down" at the Teen Choice Awards (Harris wrote and produced the track), the 23-year-old stunner simply cites distance as the reason for pulling the plug on their relationship

"I really admire people who have long-distance relationships," she added. "It's an incredible achievement. I couldn't do it."

Following the split, Ora has been focusing on her music career--she appears on Iggy Azalea's feminist anthem Black Widow and the tune has been topping the music charts.

"As soon as I heard it, I was like, 'This is the f--king song,'" she says of the hit single. "Katy Perry cowrote it -- it felt nice to have all women involved."

When it comes to her body, Ora, who flaunts her enviable cleavage in a barely-there body suit on the Cosmo cover, admits she's more confident than ever and it's all thanks to her positive mindset.

"You have to come to terms with loving your body," she explains. "Stand naked in front of the mirror and say, 'I'm f--king sexy.' That's where it starts."

As for her thoughts on sexuality?

"I'm very proud to say that I think about sex," she shamelessly confessed. "It's what everybody thinks about, whether they say it or not. For me, sex is a form of getting to know a person--feeling someone's skin."

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