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Rita Ora: 'I'm so nervous about my U.S. debut'

Songstress Rita Ora has revealed that she is anxious about releasing her album in America because she's not sure how people will respond to it. 

She initially axed her debut album, simply entitled 'Ora', from being released in the USA, but is now ready to unveil her music in the country and told Teen Vogue magazine that it's an exciting time:

"So my new record's coming out this year; it's my first U.S. debut. I'm not gonna lie, I'm also a bit nervous. I've worked with some people that I never dreamed I'd work with, [DJ and electronic musician] Major Lazer is on there, Prince is on there; it's almost like I'm bringing London to America."

Ora, meanwhile, also opened up about her desire to be in love and confessed that she would really like to have a supportive and romantic relationship:

"Without complaining, without being moany, because this is what I have wanted to do all my life, I think it's that people may forget I'm just a 23-year-old girl who wants to be in love. Even though I live and breathe my job, I still want someone to want me. That's how every girl feels."

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Watch U.S. chat show host Wendy Williams talking about Rita Ora (skip to the 3-minute mark) here: