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Rita Ora was 'nervous' to work with Calvin Harris: 'He had never seen me in work mode before'

Songstress Rita Ora has revealed that she was nervous about working with her lover, Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, on new single 'I Will Never Let You Down'. 

During an interview with BBC Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw, the beauty was asked if she could concentrate easily in the studio with her boyfriend, who produced the track, and joked that it was quite a challenge:

"No, no I can't. Do you know, funny story, I was actually again a bit nervous, because he's never seen me in work mode. I was like, 'What if I riff a bit bad?' But literally just ten minutes in he was so blunt, I think it's the Scottish-ness in him, he was just like 'no' etc and it happened so quick. It was a very good experience."

"It's about having fun ... and cos I take everything so seriously, I'm always a bit like work, work. He's like, you really need to just enjoy it. And I agree, so I'm just enjoying it right now. And I'm happy we kinda did it together. (sic)"

'I Will Never Let You Down' debuted this morning (March 31) on Radio 1 and will be officially released in the UK later this spring, on May 11. 

Watch her music video for the single below: