Rita Ora is She’s a broken-hearted bride in the video for her new single “You Only Love Me,” but that doesn’t mean she’s not a happily married woman in real life. Ora has confirmed that she has tied the knot with film director Taika Waititi.
“Yes. I’m here,” Ora told the Hurt Radio Breakfast host. people“They say everything happens for a reason. I’m officially off the market, folks!”
The video for her new single begins with a compilation of videos of her famous friends sending congratulations on her marriage, and then the video turns into a disaster as Ora prepares for the wedding.
“Only when you love me/Whiskey is poured/Four o’clock in the morning,” Ola sings in the chorus. The video sees the star surrounded by colorful bridesmaids who look like she wants to make a big Ola moment.
The visual ends with Ora walking to a huge castle for her big wedding, before realizing that the castle has caught fire.
“For ‘You Only Love Me’ and the next album, I wanted to capture the vulnerability I experienced as I opened up to love and entered a new phase in my life,” Ora said in a press release. “Learning to let go of the past and make way for new experiences is a very personal process that I felt compelled to document through music.”
She said, “The journey hasn’t always been easy, but I’ve made it through and am stronger and more full of love than I ever thought possible.”
“You Only Love Me” is the first taste of a “new era,” Ora admitted on Instagram. “I’m so proud of the new music I’m working on and can’t wait to share it with you all!” she said. “I love you so much, thank you for being with me.”
Aside from numerous collaborations and 2020’s “How to Be Lonely,” this is Ora’s first taste of a new album since 2018’s. phoenixwhich featured “For You,” “Girls,” and “Anywhere.”