Rita Ora Says Business Ruined Her Relationship With Calvin Harris

Awkwarddddd! Rita Ora explains a little more about her breakup with DJ Calvin Harris, who's now obviously now Taylor Swift's new beau.

She told Marie Claire in her most recent interview that hits stands in July, "It was more of a thing where I was in awe. I was at that point in my relationship where I felt he could do no wrong," said Ora. "I thought he had my back and that he'd never steer me wrong."

Once Calvin and Rita had a song together, it began to be business friction, and then it went downhill from there.

She also explained her fears on dating, period: "I'm afraid of being alone. I'm not afraid to admit that, you know. I'm not embarrassed to admit that. I just hope it's not a never-ending cycle. Sometimes love just makes you feel crazy. And that feeling that we have as girls, just to have that feeling, even for five seconds, it's like crack. I mean, don't compare it to that, but you know what I mean. It's like comfort eating."

Well, that's definitely something we can relate to as women. And for Rita, who released her music video "Poison," which now knowing more about this explains why the video is the way it is, it's safe to say she's still not quite in the clear of her love for Calvin.That has to make things uncomfortable at award shows watching his ex's new girlfriend rack them in.

Chin up, Rita. We love your grungy style, your newest movie spot the upcoming Jake Gyllenhaal movie Southpaw, and your new gig at the X Factor, we're sure you're gonna kick some butt!

The full Marie Claire interview will be available on newsstands June 23.


Watch Rita's Music Video for Poison that was released June 3:


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