If you don’t get any Christmas gifts in 2013 then blame Rita Ora. Performing her usual lacklustre routine of one of the most generic Pop songs of the year, “How We Do (Party)”, the singer hit the stage on the annual Top of the Pops Chritmas special and bored poor Santa into retirement.
If you’ve seen one Rita Ora performance then you’ve basically seen them all. The Roc Nation star has a tendency of repeating herself and at the 2012 Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball on December 8th, she did exactly that with the only difference from her previous shows being her hairstyle.
Shortly after Kelly Clarkson wowed viewers of ‘The X Factor (UK)’ finale with her stunning voice, another Pop star kept the momentum going with a showing of her own. The top UK singles artist of 2012, Rita Ora, whipped out a fiery performance of a pair of her hits – ‘R.I.P.’ and ‘How We Do (Party)’.
Aside from failing to score a hit in the US, life has certainly been working in Rita Ora’s favour. After meeting her idol, Gwen Stefani, on ‘The X Factor (UK)’, the Roc Nation singer shared the spotlight with the Spice Girls on ‘Alan Carr: Chatty Man’.
The action of the 2012 BBC Radio 1Xtra Live concert series touched down in Manchester this week and a host of exciting young acts were live onstage to rock the shows. Among the performers were Trey Songz, Rita Ora, Misha B and Daley.
The 2012 MTV EMA ceremony was held earlier this evening at the Festhalle Frankfurt in Germany. and several of the UK music scene’s biggest stars launched onto the stage. Celebrating the accomplishments of their peers, the show featured performances by various acts.