Rita Ora sings about being "fifty fifty" when it comes to her sexuality on new song Girls - but off the record (literally) she isn't so sure. "Red wine, I just wanna kiss girls, girls, girls".
Rita said she played the song to her pal Charli XCX who branded the song a "f***ing smash" and also wanted in on the track.
The singer, 27, explained she has experienced both men and women in the past as she unveiled the track - which she penned two years ago - alongside co-collaborators Cardi B, Charli XCX and Bebe Rexha on Friday. "I hope you dance your socks off with us!"
But while Rita wants her song to be a bisexual anthem, she think it's "narrow-minded" to think she needs to be bisexual herself to sing it. She added that she loves genuinuty in her music and considers her as her true friend.
There hasn't been a girl group collaboration on the level of "Marmalade" since then, but Rita Ora's new feature-loaded single "Girls" could give it a run for its money.
"I knew people were going to look into it like that".
"For me and my career, this is definitely the most open-booked I've ever been, if that's a word".
Saying that Girls is inspired by Katy Perry's I Kissed A Girl, Rita continued: 'It really represents freedom and the chance to be what you want to be - and there being no judgment and just living your life as you want to live it.
Due to the four women's hectic schedules putting the song together proved tricky at times but everyone was keen to get their version of the track finished.
Bardi brings up the rear with the slick lines, "Now I could be your lipstick just for one night (one night)/Girls just wanna have fun, they have their funds right (yeah)/I mean, say my name, say my name, say my name (say my name)/It tastes good just running up your tongue, right?"