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Rita Ora's 'making the most of single life'

Published 17/07/2016

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora's close friends are reportedly advising her to take it easy and avoid jumping into a relationship.

Rita Ora is apparently enjoying single life, but is keeping her options open for future relationships.

The British singer has previously dated the likes of DJ Calvin Harris and Tommy Hilfiger's son Ricky, and was most recently linked to popstar Justin Bieber. She's even set the rumour mill spinning by spending time with rapper Professor Green and Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton, however sources insist she's just making the most of flying solo right now.

"Rita's a single girl having fun," a source told Britain's Closer magazine. "She's become good friends with Lewis recently and is willing to see what can develop. Rita's also been hanging out with Pro Green and they have amazing chemistry. She's always fancied him."

However, Professor Green has just got divorced from wife Millie Mackintosh, so Rita is reportedly wary of being a rebound fling, as the insider continues: "She was trying to keep a low profile and spend as much time getting to know him as possible. Rita doesn't want anything serious at the moment but she's keeping her options open for a future relationship."

Despite seemingly being surrounded by men, friends are said to be advising her to focus on herself right now. The Poison singer, 25, has had a tough time lately and was hospitalised for exhaustion in June (16) after a traumatic trial of Charaf Elmoudden, who was found guilty of burgling $269,000 (£200,000) worth of goods from her London home in November (15).

"Rita's always loved male attention, but her inner circle don't think she should rush into anything romantic and should just work on getting herself feeling healthy," an insider added. "She just wants to enjoy herself over the summer."

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