Rita Ora has admitted she only decided to join The Voice UK as a coach after she managed to ‘find her balls’.
No word on where she misplaced them initially, though.
Speaking to Yahoo Celebrity and other reporters at The Voice UK press launch, the 24-year-old beauty revealed she initially had reservations about joining the talent show.
“When I first got asked to do it, it was a thing I had to speak to Will about because I didn’t know if I wanted to take that pressure on and be responsible,” she said.
“Then I found myself, I found my balls and I told myself, ‘I’m just going to go for it.’
“If I can find it inside of me to help somebody then I want that and I want to do that because somebody did that for me.”
Balls? Inner Strength? Rita’s sounding an awful lot like one Miss Nicole Scherzinger to us. But we digress.
The ‘I Will Never Let You Down’ singer went on the say she believes her young age is a postive attribute to the panel.
She said: “Being 24 and in this industry, it’s nice to have an insight from someone who is my age, especially for the female singers who come on the show, and even the male singers.
“It’s just good to have somebody from all aspects of the spectrum giving you advice.”
Rita also revealed that she is prepared for potential online backlash her appaearance on the show could cause.
“I check on it anyway but honestly, anytime I go on Twitter there is always the good and always the bad,” she told us.
“I try to just blank out what I don’t want and I take in what I want to keep.
“I’m ready for the ups and downs but for me there are only ups. It’s out now so I can’t do anything about it. I’m happy I made this choice.”
The Voice UK returns to our screens this Saturday on BBC1 at 7pm.
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