Justin Bieber Rita Ora Collaboration: ‘Poison’ Singer to Debut a Big ‘Belieber’ Duet?

By Staff Writer (staff@mstarsnews.com) | Feb 09, 2017 02:46 AM EST
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Fans are still crazy over the short clip that Rita Ora posted on social media on Monday. The short video featured Justin Bieber behind the piano while the "Poison" singer sang to the tune of "All My Life." Fans grabbed the video and it is now making rounds online.

Teen Vogue notes that Justin Bieber has had a way of dropping hints about upcoming collaborations. While the "Love Yourself" singer has yet to officially confirm the news, it is already speculated that a Rita Ora duet is on the way. Some also speculate that the Justin Bieber Rita Ora collaboration project may be a full cover of "All My Life."

K-Ci and Jojo first released the classic ballad in 1997. It was nominated for the Best R&B Song category at the Grammy Awards. A lot of fans know the song very well, which is probably why fans are pushing for a Justin Bieber Rita Ora collaboration that covers the hit single.

Justin Bieber has created big collaborations in the past. He debuted "Beauty and a Beat" in 2012. The Nicki Minaj collaboration was a hit during that year. The "Sorry" singer also collaborated with Jaden Smith for "Never Say Never." If the Rita Ora duet pushes through, it is expected to be a favorite.

Rita Ora, on the other hand, is sometimes called the Queen of Collabs. The "Radioactive" singer has worked with Wiz Khalifa for "Religion." She also created one of the best songs in her list with Charli XCX titled "Doing It." If the Justin Bieber duet happens for real, there is a chance the duo will lead in this year's top charts.

According to Capital FM, the probable reason why Justin Bieber and Rita Ora were together recently is because of an upcoming duet. Whether it be a cover of "All My Life" or a new song, it is still expected to be a hit. However, the confirmation has yet to come.

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