Rita Ora Performs ‘R.I.P.’ on ‘Letterman’

Rita Ora

The show must go on. Not even Hurricane Sandy could stop Rita Ora from taking the stage on “The Late Show with David Letterman” on Halloween. Sporting a red coat, black fringe dress, sneakers, and curly blonde hair, the Roc Nation bombshell lit up the Ed Sullivan Theater with her hit “R.I.P.” off her debut album ORA. She recently wrapped her mini-tour with Iggy Azalea and has rescheduled her New York show for December 17.



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20 Comments

  1. youwannaknow

    I LOOOOOVE HER

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    @Lewis_Lewinsky Reply:

    @youwannaknow, I really don’t think she is THAT good? I’m not hating but I just think there is SO much hype that doesn’t match her? If that makes any sense like her voice sounds 100x better on actual tracks than live, she never does all the big notes she just goes deeper? I’m not hatingggg, I’m just saying, I even bought her album and I think it’s alright.

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    ROCnation Reply:

    @@Lewis_Lewinsky, i think the same thing when it comes to rihanna i guess to each his own

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  2. Sylvie

    Am I the only one who thinks this girl is overrated?…. her tunes aint even all that.

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    flysly Reply:

    @Sylvie, so very overrated

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    Free Your Mind Reply:

    @flysly, No you’re not alone!

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    Kenya Reply:

    @Free Your Mind, and yet your here. Everybody doesnt have to like her, but to go out of your way to rain on her parade is lame as hell. Just skip the damn post!!! Imo she’s great singer and has an awesome personality.

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  3. lori

    Rita Ora is absolutely amazing…Like this song but LOVE LOVE shine yah light and the other songs in her album

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  4. veronica

    One word : AMAZING SINGER ! She will go far…!

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    jake bin laden Reply:

    @veronica, that’s 2 words

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  5. Leslie

    All this chick does is deliver killer performances I’m already in love with the album, I think I’m a stan lol. Go Rita

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  6. Jake

    Always some hating on a Rita Ora post. Damn yall must be some insecure, ugly ass bitches. Great live performance!!

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    Terry Reply:

    @Jake, no they’re just butt hurt rihanna fans. All this hating just makes people love her more.*kanye shrug*

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  7. Free Your Mind

    I don’t think i’m watching the same performance as y’all because i don’t see the magic!

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  8. True Bood

    Marvelous girl She changed it up, love this version.What a talent.My fav always delivers live.
    P.s could the please stop coming to Rita topics, nobody wants to argue with you lot.

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  9. True Bood

    *rihanna stans*

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  10. CW

    WOW.she is really good live. Hell ya.. Nice voice.

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  11. Brandy4ever

    this girl hyped herself up too much, people were expecting a high class, roc nation R & B album, I’ll admit this girl has definitely got the voice for one. and then what do we get, some bubblegum pop garbage that I’d expect from Miley Cyrus or Demi Lovato on some next nickleodeon special. And has the nerve to steal a line from Biggie of all people, an absolute legend, and somehow make a number 1 hit out of it cuz all the infants ain’t realise who she copped the hook from. Rita Ora belongs with bad boy records…i.e keep that shit OFF the radio so I don’t have to hear it. Next…

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    Nathan Reply:

    @Brandy4ever, You people kill me. If it’s not R&B or rap music, it’s “garbage.” It’s called having DIVERSITY and not being confined to a box.

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  12. Brandy4ever

    I can see what you’re saying, I appreciate that and trust me I like all different types of music but there is NO diversity in her songs, her album is below average – where the heck is the diversity in Shine Ya Light and How We Do LOL. R.I.P is the only song I’ll give her props for. I would have expected more from Roc Nation even if it wasn’t R&B orientated.

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