Showing posts with label rita ora. Show all posts
Showing posts with label rita ora. Show all posts

Wednesday 16 December 2015

Rita Ora And Louisa Johnson Tackle The Mighty "And I Am Telling You" @ X-Factor Semi-final

Rita Ora brought the goods when the time came to duet with her mentee, Louisa Johnson on the X-Factor semi-finals last weekend. Singing the done-to-death, singing contest staple, And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going, the pair used the belt-heavy show tune to peacock their respective instruments for the voting public.

I think for those only tangibly aware of Rita's singing career, the performance may actually give cause to think twice when judging her potential. Ultimately, it's not the best showing of the Dreamgirls' torch song, but Rita's elastic delivery and multiple F5s are worth checking out. They might come as a surprise to those of you who instinctively think of the "I don't know her" Gif whenever the Diva's name comes up.

Wednesday 19 August 2015

[Is Anyone Out There?] Rita Ora and Chris Brown Team Up For "Body on Me" Video

It's the collaboration you all asked for. Don't never say that the good Lord doth not deliver'th! Or say it and risk a bitch slap from an unseen force. What do I care? Your life, your face.

Wednesday 27 May 2015

[ Full Set ] Rita Ora @ Radio 1' Big Weekend 2015

God loves a trier, so Rita Ora must be the favourite of all of his Earthly creations.

Thursday 29 May 2014

Rita Ora Covers Her Boss's Wife's Track. Voluntarily, I'm sure....

What happens when you can't be bothered to promote your own material? Get your record label owning husband to make one of his employees do it, of course! Genius!

Monday 3 June 2013

[Watch] Divas Unite For "Chime For Change" Concert @ Twickenham Stadium

Saturday saw the Chime For Change concert take place at the home of Rugby Union, Twickenham stadium. There was something fittingly symbolic about a venue usually so crammed full of alpha males that just breathing the surrounding air on match day could make you sprout chest hairs, being used to highlight the plight of women everywhere.

Some of you may know that I was lucky enough to attend the concert- and had an amazing time, thanks for asking. But this post isn't really going to offer a play by play of the concert, instead I thought I'd post MY top three best and worst things about the night. Doing that should hopefully stop me from rambling and let you get to the performances quicker. (Or you could just ignore all of this and just scroll straight down, you scoundrels!)

Monday 9 July 2012

Divas take over "T in The Park" [Watch]

BBC's T in The Park 2012 took place this weekend in Balado, Kinross-Shire, and was choke-full of Divas. So instead of posting separately on each of them, I thought I'd just spam you with all of them in one go, and just pray none of you become too overwhelmed with the glut of aural and visual stimulation.

Honesty time, I haven't had a chance to watch these all myself. I had a busy weekend, which included seeing Katy B at Somerset House yesterday (was amazing!). So I thought I'd post them for you guys now, because by the time I manage to watch and evaluate them it would most likely be time for T In The Park 2013.

Let me know if there was anyone in particular you enjoyed in the comments!