Rita Ora has confessed she 'forget' she dated Rob Kardashian in 2012.
The Let You Love Me hitmaker, 30, was romantically linked with Rob eight years ago, and Rita said their relationship was "very fun", but "short-lived".
In a recent interview with The Sunday Times, the How To Be Lonely songstress spoke about her 'short-lived' relationship with the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.
When asked about her romance with Kardashian, 33, Rita quipped: "Oh, I forgot about that."
She explained: "It was very short-lived."
"I was so young. It was great. It was fun. It was very, very fun, I guess. That's all I remember", the musician added.
The pair were reportedly together from October of 2012 until December of that same year.
When asked about how often she's dated famous faces, Rita said she's "not a genius in love", but "it's easier to meet them, isn’t it, because of the world you move in".
Ora added that "in anything, you just want to be happy", and when asked if she's been in love before, she said: "I guess if love is happiness, then, yeah."
Rita recently apologised for breaching coronavirus rules twice after she was paid to perform at a showbiz event in Egypt.
She flew by private jet to Cairo on November 21 to appear at the five-star W Hotel.
Ora should have self-isolated for 14 days when she returned to England, but she threw a birthday party in Notting Hill, London, on November 28.
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In a statement, Rita said: "I recently flew to Egypt to perform at a corporate event for a private company, where my travel party followed protocol and presented negative Covid tests upon entry, as required by Egyptian authorities.
"Upon my return to Britain, I should have followed Government advice and isolated myself for the required period.
"As you know, I didn't follow Government advice and I apologise again, unreservedly.
"While I realise the apologetic words of a pop star might not carry much weight, especially one who has broken the rules like I have, I do realise some might seek to follow my example.
"My message to them is simple: please don’t. The guilt and shame I’ve carried this week for my mistake aren’t worth it.
"Instead, continue to listen to the Government advice and the voices of the heroes of the NHS and take the required precautions."
She added: "I hope to one day make it up to the public who have given me so much support over the years and, in particular, make it up to the heroes of the NHS.
"In the meantime, I will be donating my fee from Egypt to charity. Be better than I have been and learn from my mistakes so you don’t have to learn the hard way yourselves."
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