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Leaving the Mr. Chow restaurant (05.02)
I’ve added new photos to gallery when Rita was in Beverly Hills on February 05, 2016.
I’ve added to gallery photos from February 05, 2016 when Rita Ora grabbed some lunch with her gal pals and was sporting a unique outfit consisting of a Japanese kimono, cropped leggings, blue v-neck, and a pair of sneakers. The singer decided to mess with photographers and stuck her tongue out at them playfully before getting into her car. She seemed in a good mood despite the recent lawsuit from her label, Roc Nation, for not following her contract.
I’ve added new candid photos from February 04, 2016 when Rita was spotted at LAX in Los Angeles.
She could be part of one of Hollywood’s hottest new hook-ups amid reports she and actor Gerard Butler spent a romantic night together in January.
But Rita Ora was attempting to go under the radar as she made a low-key arrival at Los Angeles’ LAX Airport late on Thursday night after jetting in to the city from London.
Trying to go incognito as she made her way through the terminal, the singer, 25, went make-up free and covered her face with a a baseball cap. / dailymail.co.uk
Roc Nation has countersued Rita Ora for breach of contract and is seeking to recover more than $2.3 million it reportedly spent on her
A little over a month after Rita Ora filed a lawsuit seeking a split from Roc Nation, the entertainment company has decided to countersue the pop star. The 25-year-old singer had alleged that, since signing to Jay Z’s company at age 18, the record label had “orphaned” her as the rapper’s attention turned to new endeavors. Roc Nation’s lawsuit claims their business practices were above board and that Ora had breached contract when she failed to deliver an agreed-upon number of albums to the company. It is seeking $2.3 million from the singer.
In legal documents obtained by Rolling Stone, the company claims it invested millions in promoting Ora and that her contract required her to make five albums. The contract provided the label with four “option” periods, during which she was to make the following albums. The singer has recorded only one album during the term of her contract, and the company considers Ora to be in her “second album cycle.” Roc Nation claims that it has so far spent $2,353,500 on the promotion of her yet-to-be-released sophomore LP.
Ora had invoked California’s “seven-year rule” in her lawsuit, which limits personal services contracts to lasting seven years. Roc Nation recognized that rule in its countersuit, but said it was entitled to recover the money it had spent on promoting the unreleased album. By not delivering the four other albums to the company, Ora breached contract, according to the legal filing. Above the $2 million figure, the company claimed the singer owed “marketing/recording costs, advances, lost profits and significant time and money invested in [her] career,” the amount for which a judge would decide.
Roc Nation has also filed a summons to Ora with the intent on moving the lawsuit to New York, where the seven-year rule did not apply. The company claims her recording contract stipulated on New York being the venue for contract disputes.
Ora’s lawyer, Howard King, says that the Roc Nation suit does not reflect the whole story. “Jay Z has personally and graciously promised Rita complete freedom from Roc Nation, the details of which are now being finalized,” he said in a statement. “We believe that Roc Nation’s distributor, Sony Music, has required Roc Nation to file this action to preserve whatever rights Sony might have pending resolution.”
Both a representative for Roc Nation and attorney for the label did not immediately respond for comment.
Ora released her debut album,Ora, in 2012. The record was a Number One hit in the U.K. but did not come out in the U.S. Her non-album single, “I Will Never Let You Down,” reached Number 77 on the Hot 100 in 2014. | rollingstone.com
Rita Ora & adidas Originals Go Geisha With the “Asian-Arena” Pack
A collection of adidas staples with an eastern twist.
After Rita Ora’s risqué photoshoot for Lui, she’s now decked out, head to toe, in a series of Japanese-inspired threads for her latest collaboration with adidas Originals dubbed “Asian-Arena.” The limited edition pack is inspired by the geisha and features a number of adidas heritage silhouettes. The collection consists of the Obi jacket which is a modern twist on the kimono, with geisha-like sleeves, sporting the distinctive Three Stripe down each arm, complete with an all-over oriental landscape print. The drop also includes a classic bomber, footwear (including the ZX Flux and Stan Smith silhouettes), and a number of accessories. Set to drop on February 6, stay tuned for more information regarding where you can pick up the collection. / hypebeast.com
The 24-year-old “Poison” singer was just named an honorary ambassador for Kosovo and stepped out for a ceremony held at the Kosovo Embassy in London, England on Friday morning (July 10).
“This is amazing. Thank you madam president for this honour. I am so emotional. This is so incredible for me. I will wear this title of honorary ambassador with great pride and responsibility,” Rita shared during her speech. “I didn’t come into this world with any expectations. I didn’t expect to be a role model, least of all being ambassador, but I’m not going to say no. This is beyond what I thought was going to happen.”
Rita continued, “My parents brought us (my elder sister and younger brother) to this country with the hope and the dream that we could get a decent education … which is so important for our hopes and values and for what we want to achieve in our lives. I grew up in Britain, a country that has given me so much for which I am grateful, but I will always have a special place in my heart for my home town and Kosovo.”
Rita‘s parents Vera and Besnik Sahatciu, former British prime minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie, and honorary ambassador Lirim Greicevci were also at the ceremony.