Rita Ora is a heartbroken bride in the video for her new single “You Only Love Me,” however that doesn’t imply that she’s not one glad married woman in actual life. On Friday, as she celebrated the discharge of her new single, Ora confirmed that she tied the knot with film director Taika Waititi.
“Yes. Here we’re,” Ora advised the host of Heart Radio Breakfast, per People. “They say every thing occurs for a motive. I’m formally off the market, folks!”
The video for her new single opens with a compilation of movies of her well-known associates sending congratulations for her marriage, earlier than the video transitions into Ora preparing for a marriage that turns into a catastrophe.
“You solely love me when/The whiskey’s pouring/Four in the morning,” Ora sings in the refrain. The video sees the star as she’s surrounded by colourful bridesmaids who appear to need to make Ora’s large second about them.
The visible ends with Ora strolling over to a large fortress for her large wedding ceremony, earlier than realizing that the fortress has been set on fireplace.
“With ‘You Only Love Me’ and my upcoming album, I needed to seize the vulnerability I’ve skilled as I opened myself as much as love and entered a brand new part of life,” Ora stated in a press launch. “Learning to let go of the previous to make manner for brand spanking new experiences is a deeply private course of, and one I felt compelled to doc by means of my music.”
She provides, “The journey was not all the time straightforward, however I’ve come out of it stronger and crammed with extra love than I ever thought potential.”
“You Only Love Me” is the primary style of a “new period,” Ora confirmed on her Instagram. “I’m so happy with the brand new music I’ve been engaged on and have been dying to share it with you all!” she stated. “I like you a lot, thanks for being with me.”
Aside from a slew of collaborations and 2020’s “How to Be Lonely,” that is the primary style of a brand new album from Ora since 2018’s Phoenix, which featured “For You,” “Girls,” and “Anywhere.”