RITA Ora has finally confirmed she secretly tied the knot with Hollywood director Taika Waititi – branding the day "perfect".
Confirming The Sun's story last August that she had said 'I Do' in an intimate ceremony, Rita said: "Yes [I am married].
"I am officially off the market people. I chose to keep it more private and keep it to myself more but with my new video I am playing on what could have been.
When the rumours came out is she, isn't she? I wanted to play on it. I wanted to do a wedding that didn't go to plan… that's not to say that is actually what happened."
Gushing over her special day, Rita said: "It was perfect. It was exactly, exactly how I wanted.
"It was nice and perfect. It is nice to keep some things just to myself sometimes it was nice and sweet… Sorry it's not that interesting. One day I will throw a big party."
Despite finding her happy ending, Rita, whose new single You Only Love Me is out today, admits she's still on the fence about taking her man's surname or not.
She added to Heart Radio Breakfast: "I have definitely thought about taking his surname but I have worked very hard for this Ora name. I don't know… I haven't really decided yet."
Rita continued: "I knew putting music out that was inspired by where I am at [in my life] – I knew the questions were going to come.
"I just thought I may as well put it in my music so this is the first time where the music does all the talking. It explains my love story which is on the album."
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The album, which is due out later this year and her first since 2018's Phoenix, is said to be Rita's most personal yet.
Unlike her first two albums, Rita has written or co-written every track – with the star previously likening the experience to a diary.
The Masked Singer Guesser told GQ Hype: "I never really committed to the songwriting as much with the first and second album as I have with this, but after a few weeks of getting into the groove of it, I realised I could really do this. I can stand and sing on the mic forever, but in understanding the world of songwriting I was getting a bit nervous, because it’s a very vulnerable and open album.
"It’s my love story, basically, to the world, but I wanted people to really connect to it.
"I love to sing about my feelings. I like to make music about my feelings. That’s where it should live.
"The music, for the first time, will explain the questions people are going to want to ask me."
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