Liam Payne and Rita Ora Tease Fifty Shades Freed Collaboration
Rita Ora and Liam Payne have sparked rumors that they’ll be collaborating on a song for the forthcoming Fifty Shades of Grey film
Fifty Shades Freed is the third and final installment of the erotic romance Fifty Shades Trilogy, based on the books by British author E. L. James. It’s due for release on Feb. 9, 2018.
Ora uploaded an image to her Twitter of her and Payne dressed to the nines last night (Dec. 20), writing, “#FiftyShadesFreed.” Payne shared the same photo with the same caption. You can see Ora’s tweet below.
Fans quickly began speculating, with one writing, “Does this mean you both will collaborate for the movie or Liam will be your leading man on the movie?”
Last month, Rita Ora‘s surprise cameo on The Voice in Germany backfired after the judges seemingly failed to recognize her.
After singing her recent single “Your Song,” all the judges pressed their buzzers — only for them to ask who she was. Ora then described herself as “a 26-year-old aspiring musician from London.”
The judges went on to say that her rendition “sounded almost like the original” before asking if she was “a double” for the star. Eventually, Ora had to reveal that it was actually her.
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Meanwhile, Payne has spoken out about struggling with mental health problems while he was in One Direction.
Speaking to The Sun, the singer recently said: “I shouldn’t have been able to do as many shows as we did, if I’m honest about it, if I’m brutally honest about it.”
“Going out and putting that happy smile on my face and singing the songs, honestly, sometimes it was like putting on one of those costumes, going out there and, underneath the costume, people don’t really see what’s going on,” he added.
Payne went on to reveal that his mental health struggles were the reason for cancelling a show in Belfast during 2015. It was announced at the time that Payne had been “taken suddenly ill.”
This article originally appeared on Nme.com