Rita Ora has admitted she fancies Justin Bieber, just months after he was blamed for triggering the end of her relationship with Calvin Harris.
The 23-year-old singer has admitted she likes how the 'Never Say Never' hitmaker - who was blamed for triggering the end of her relationship with Calvin Harris after they reportedly became ''affectionate'' in the studio - has ''evolved'' into a man since shooting to fame.
When asked by TV presenter Miquita Oliver on 4Music show 'Rock the Look with Rimmel London' if she fancies the 20-year-old pop star, she replied: ''Who doesn't?''
She then added: ''I like how he's evolved, he's growing up, he's doing his thing.
''I like his stance and how he carries himself.''
Her comments will add fuel to the rumours that Justin may have been partly responsible for Calvin and Rita's split after she and the pop star reportedly grew close during their time in the studio earlier this year.
A source told TMZ at the time: ''Word got back to Calvin, Justin and Rita got touchy feely with each other while they were in the recording studio together over the last few months.
''Calvin heard they were very affectionate - she would sit on his lap [and] he would rub her back.''
Elsewhere on 'Rock the Look with Rimmel London', Rita was asked by Little Mix how she manages to keep her blonde locks looking so good and the star revealed she often wears a wig while she is on stage to protect her own tresses.
She added: ''To save your own hair, wigs are literally the way forward. I love dressing up but you always have to remember your own hair isn't as strong as not real hair.
''I have 20 wigs at home that I play with. When I perform I usually wear wigs because I love them.''
'Rock the Look with Rimmel London' ft. Rita Ora airs on Wednesday (13.08.14) at 5pm on 4Music.
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