Saturday, December 10, 2016

Rule 5 Saturday - Rita Ora, Angelic or Devilish?

Wow, in the same week, I found these two different videos of Rita Ora. First, which I think I found at Maggie's Farm (and if I didn't, I might have), Rita Ora sings at the Vigil for Canonization of Mother Teresa 3 September 2016:

Great pipes! Quite a contrast from this video for the LOVE Advent calendar 2016, from Theo's.

and 2017

Yeah, that's the same girl!

Rita Sahatçiu Ora (born Rita Sahatçiu; 26 November 1990) is a British singer and actress. Her debut studio album, Ora, released in 2012, debuted at number one in the United Kingdom. The album contained the UK number-one singles, "R.I.P." and "How We Do (Party)". After reaching the peak position as a featured act on DJ Fresh's "Hot Right Now", Ora became the artist with the most number-one singles on the UK Singles Chart in 2012, with three consecutive singles reaching the top position.She was nominated for three Brit Awards at the 2013 ceremony.
Ora was born in Pristina, SFR Yugoslavia (present-day Kosovo) to Albanian parents. Her mother, Vera Sahatçiu (née Bajraktari), is a psychiatrist, and her father, Besnik Sahatçiu, is an economist and a pub owner. Her mother is Catholic and her father is Muslim.
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Her family left Kosovo for political reasons, because of the persecution of ethnic Albanians initiated with the disintegration of Yugoslavia. They relocated to London, England in 1991, when she was a year old. She grew up near Portobello Road in West London, and attended St Cuthbert with St Matthias Primary School in Earls Court, following which she graduated from a performing arts school, Sylvia Young Theatre School, and then St Charles Catholic Sixth Form College. She began singing at an early age.
This week GOODSTUFFs BLOGGING MAGAZINE (271st Issue) features Paula Abdul, the EM Drive scientist in his gigantic meta blog post where he explores science, fake news and udder hot topics. Linked at Pirate's Cove in this week's "Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup" and links. Wombt-socho has "Rule 5 Sunday: Maid of Meat" and "FMJRA 2.0: Automatic Blues" up and running at The Other McCain.

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