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Rita Ora Describes How 'ANTM' Is Different Now: 'I Don't Think Just Taking a Photo Is Enough Anymore'

Rita Ora Describes How 'ANTM' Is Different Now: 'I Don't Think Just Taking a Photo Is Enough Anymore'

Rita Ora looks so fab on the cover of Paper magazine’s October 2016 issue.

Here’s what the 25-year-old entertainer had to share with the mag:

On style: “Anyone can wear clothes; it’s just about how you wear them and how you inspire people.”

On America’s Next Top Model: “I don’t think just taking a photo is enough anymore. We focus on how you’re going to create a fan base on social media, how you’re going to make people want to imitate you. That for me is the difference between somebody who’s just a regular model and somebody who’s a superstar.

On her Adidas collection: “Recently I went into the sneaker store that I used to work in, which I hated. It was like hell on earth, though I loved the people I worked with. But I went in and saw my sneaker on the shelf, and it was crazy. It was a real moment of self-achievement for me.”

For more from Rita, visit PaperMag.com.

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Credit: Courtesy of PAPER Magazine / Photography by Nicholas Moore
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  • Mike

    Yet, you’re still a nobody here in the states. Maybe these people can teach you how to make a presence for yourself Rita other than in tabloids where you are jumping from man to man.

  • Naynay

    “hell on earth” working in a clothing store ? really ? kinda sounds like a brat to me, there’s millions of people working far more intense job than this. No offense I know it’s hard to work at a clothing store but to qualify it as “hell on earth” is a big reach and to talk about style in that way when you’ve made a business at copying every other female in the business is funny to me

  • SquidBillie

    A no talent attention ho who will never stop trying to make it here. Won’t work, ’cause Americans are onto her and her skeezy ways.

  • SquidBillie

    A no talent attention ho who will never stop trying to make it here. Won’t work, ’cause Americans are onto her and her skeezy ways.

  • mafergarrido90

    And that’s exactly what made ANTM horrible during its last few seasons. The whole social media angle was boring, fake and got some good models eliminated for no reason. Clearly they haven’t learned anything from what made the show insuferable in the end.