Rita Ora: Fifty Shades of Grey was 'like going back to school'
'I Will Never Let You Down' hitmaker Rita Ora has revealed her role in 'Fifty Shades of Grey' felt "like going back to school" because she had to perfect an American accent while learning French
Rita Ora thought 'Fifty Shades of Grey' was "like going back to school".
The British-Albanian singer had to learn French for her role in the raunchy adaptation of E.L. James' novel, as well as perfect her American action.
She told MTV News: "She's honestly one of the ones that loves her brother [Christian Grey] for whatever.
"She doesn't know about his fantasies yet, but she's extremely involved and loves him and she studies in France, speaks French, and it was a good learning curve for me ...
"I had a brown wig on and I was being the smart girl that came from French school to see her family, so it was just a lot of dedication, it was like going back to school."
Meanwhile, the star revealed she learned a lot from working with Dakota Johnson, who will play Anastasia Steele.
She said: "Working with Dakota was extremely fun she's just so gorgeous so it kind of distracts you a little bit, but I mean she's a really great great... she's an amazing actress so I'm like learning things from her."