Jo Wood thinks Rita Ora is ‘re­ally lovely’

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

The 26-year-old singer was re­cently ro­man­ti­cally linked with 33-year-old art gallery owner Ty­rone Wood but his mother in­sists the ‘I Will Never Let You Down’ hit­maker is too busy for a re­la­tion­ship, though she’s hope­ful they’ll get to­gether even­tu­ally. She told OK! mag­a­zine: “They’re friends but she’s so busy she doesn’t have any time for her­self, let alone a re­la­tion­ship. “Ty­rone says it’s not the right time, so maybe when she’s qui­eter. But I’d like it if they were to­gether, I think she is re­ally lovely.” It was pre­vi­ously claimed that Rita - who has pre­vi­ously dated Calvin Har­ris, Rob Kar­dashian, Richard Hil­figer and Dave Gard­ner - is at­tracted to Ty­rone and thinks he is un­like her pre­vi­ous boyfriends be­cause he is not “fame hun­gry” and is a “one-woman man”. A source said: “Rita likes Ty­rone be­cause, un­like some of her exes, he’s a one-woman man and not fame-hun­gry.” The blonde-haired beauty is also fond of Ty­rone - whose fa­ther is Ron­nie Wood be­cause of his phil­an­thropic works, which she finds “re­ally at­trac­tive” and she is hugely sup­port­ive of him and his part­ner­ships with var­i­ous char­i­ties. The in­sider added: “He does a lot of work for char­ity too and she finds that re­ally at­trac­tive. And she has been re­ally sup­port­ive of that.” Mean­while, Rita is set for a busy year ahead as she is cur­rently pre­par­ing for the re­lease of her long-awaited sec­ond stu­dio al­bum, and is look­ing to buy a home in New York City where she spends an in­creas­ing amount of her time. A source pre­vi­ously said: “She is in Amer­ica a lot and now feels like the right time to buy in the Big Ap­ple.” As well as fin­ish­ing her LP, and look­ing to re­lo­cate to Amer­ica, she has also been se­cretly writ­ing a script for a film. She ex­plained: “I’d love to do a film. I’ve been writ­ing one like se­cretly. It’s re­ally early, early days ob­vi­ously so my dream is to one day co-pro­duce, co-write, do the sound­track and just do some­thing be­hind the scenes.”

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