Rita Ora Talks Money; Stars In 2012 MTV VMA Commercial

Published On August 29, 2012 | Celeb Facts, Celebrities, Television

Rita Ora’s debut album ‘ORA’ was released on Monday (August 27th) in the U.K. and while the singer spent the entire day promoting the LP, stops at ‘BBC Breakfast’ and ‘Bang Showbiz’ revealed that she isn’t too bothered about money right now.

She said, “I’m not bothered about that money now, I leave it to my management to deal with. I’m just trying to keep getting the number ones and enjoy myself at the same time.”

“The first thing I’d want to buy would be my own house. I’d love to keep living in London. I used to live in Portobello with my parents, so maybe Notting Hill Gate, to go up the hill a bit,” she added.

During her interview, she also opened up about her new single, upcoming video (which should be out by the end of September), ‘X Factor,’ Ritabots and more!

Meanwhile, the ‘Radioactive’ singer recently teamed up with ‘5 Gum’ and has starred in a commercial for the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, which takes place on September 6th.

Speaking of the 2012 MTV VMA’s, Frank Ocean has just been added to the list of performers that will dominate the stage with some of their biggest hits. Demi Lovato has also been confirmed as a performer at the 2012 MTV VMA Pre-Show where she will perform ‘Give Your Heart A Break.’

(Rita Ora was pictured leaving KISS FM studios while on her promotional run.)

Watch Rita Ora’s Interview On KISS FM UK Below:

Watch Rita Ora’s 2012 MTV VMA Commercial Below:

Photo Credit: Big Pictures Photo.com.

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