Ora didn’t religiously follow school rulebook

June 10th, 2012 - 4:04 pm ICT by IANS  

London, June 10 (IANS) Singer Rita Ora says that she was not a very obedient student during her school days and was not always good with rules.

The 21-year-old singer studied at the Sylvia Young Theatre School here.

“It wasn’t like ‘Glee’, sure there was the musical theatre lot and you have to do every class, like tap and ballet, but it was cool. It wasn’t just jazz hands,” Ora, 21, said.

“I was cheeky. I hated wearing a hairnet. Sylvia would come into ballet class and catch me without one. Rita, there are some rules. This is a serious matter she’d say,” she added.

Ora also admitted she expected to be famous as soon as she finished school and was upset by the constant rejection she faced.

“When I left Sylvia’s at 16, I thought I’d be famous a week later. I got slayed,” More magazine quoted Ora as saying.

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