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Sunday 23 November 2014

Rita Ora fancies Strictly stint

Rita Ora has revealed she would like to compete in Strictly Come Dancing.

The I Will Never Let You Go singer said she would be embarrassed to show off her moves on the dancefloor of the BBC dancing show.

"I'd like to perform on Strictly Come Dancing. I like that they have performers on there and the judges are always funny but I'm not trying to ballroom dance," she told Kiss FM UK.

Frankie Bridge of The Saturdays and Andy Murray's mother Judy are the first names to sign up for the 2014 series.

Rita said: " That's great that Frankie from The Saturdays is going on. She's probably a much better dancer than me, I'm telling you. I don't want to embarrass myself."

The 23-year-old singer, who performed at V Festival, said she has no intentions of appearing on a reality TV show like Celebrity Big Brother.

"I will never do Big Brother - honestly would never do it. I watch them but I'd never do them," she added.

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