Ellie Goulding was left devastated when she realised the Apple repair store in California had wiped her laptop of all her files after she took it in to be repaired.
Ellie Goulding's computed has been wiped.
The 'I Need Your Love' hitmaker was left devastated when she realised the Apple repair store in California had deleted all her photos, music and documents after she sent it in to be fixed for a slight fault.
Taking to Twitter to voice her anger, writing: ''Hey @TheAppleInc thanks for wiping my computer when I took it in for a minor repair (sic)''
The 26-year-old singer - who is rumoured to be in a relationship with Jeremy Irvine - is currently supporting Bruno Mars on the North American leg of his 'The Moonshine Jungle World Tour' and admits she wouldn't rule out striking up a romance with the heartthrob.
When asked on the 'Kyle and Jackie O Show' on Australian radio station 2Day FM if she'd be interested in dating Bruno, she said: ''[Would I go there?] Um ... I don't know what to say! I'll think about it, definitely.
''He's got swag, he's very cool; he's very romantic ... He's just very sexual.''
The blonde beauty performed at the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's wedding in 2011 and revealed she was selected by the royal couple - who will have their baby today (22.07.13) or tomorrow (23.07.13) after Catherine went into labour this morning - because they are huge fans of her music.
Ellie said: ''That's probably the best moment of my life, actually. It came about because they are big fans. They were very sweet and said, 'Any chance you could do this?' and we were like, 'Um ... yeah!' They stayed in touch for a bit, they sent me some lovely letters; they're just really, really nice people.''
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