Ora's four lines in Fifty Shades
Rita Ora has revealed her role in Fifty Shades Of Grey is a "first little mini cameo".
The Black Widow singer, who plays Christian Grey's sister Mia in Sam Taylor-Johnson's big-screen adaptation of EL James' novel, admitted her part is very small in the film, which has its UK premiere tonight (February 12).
The Huffington Post reported Rita only has four lines in the movie, which amount to about 10 words in total, as well as a sentence in French.
They include: "She's here?", "Oh my God, you exist" and "Uck, Seattle baseball."
Rita, who stars alongside Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, has previously talked about how she had acting coaches and accent coaches on set to offer their assistance, and how she committed to her Fifty Shades role because she found it challenging.
"I definitely had coaching, acting coaching. I have an American accent in the movie. I've got a brown bobbed wig. I look really different," she told MTV.
"It was really nice to get into a whole other world that I wasn't used to, but it was pretty difficult."
She also admitted: "Literally on set I had the accent coaches there whispering it to me in my ear and we would shoot straight away. It was really hard."