The R.I.P hitmaker has revealed she was shocked when her relationship with the Dj blossomed because of their bust-up on the social networking site last year (12), which was fuelled after Harris accused the singer of lying when she claimed she had turned down Cheryl Cole's track Call My Name.
However, they were able to quickly overcome their initial differences when they realised how much they actually had in common after meeting at an event earlier this year (13).
Ora tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "It's great, it's going well, I'm happy. When something is worth having, you make time for it. When you want something you make it work...
"At the start we had a Twitter feud. So we never really liked each other in the beginning. Then after that it just kind of happened really. It was backstage at a thing like this when we first met and it went from there."
The couple confirmed the romance in May (13).