Global superstar, singer, songwriter and actor Rita Ora is banging down the doors of the Hit Network studios as she takes over Hit’s national night’s program, Ash London Live from Monday to Thursday this week from 7pm.
Sitting down with Hit’s very own music guru Ash London, Rita will take over the microphone after coming straight off the stage from wowing the crowds at the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Commenting on her co-hosting the show, Rita said: “I feel like we’re just chatting, it’s so lovely. Australia is the best and I like being on the radio, it’s very intimate.”
Host of Hit Network’s national night’s program Ash London Live, Ash London, said: “Rita is one of our favourite people to have in studio. Always honest, always hilarious!
“I was so excited when she agreed to do a full week co-host. I can only imagine that next we will start holidaying together on remote tropical islands. I mean… I assume,” she said.
Since her rise to prominence in 2012, Rita Ora has sold a staggering seven million singles, had 13 top ten hits and recorded a number one platinum-selling debut album with Ora. Number-one singles Hot Right Now and How We Do (Party) established her as a household name and kept her atop the UK charts. Her arrival was so impactful that she became the artist with the most number-one singles on the UK singles chart that year, with three consecutive releases reaching the top position.
Rita last month released her latest EP Bang and is currently in Australia filming the 2021 season of The Voice where she will feature as a coach alongside Guy Sebastian, Jessica Mauboy and Keith Urban.
Don’t miss Rita Ora’s take over on the Hit Network’s Ash London Live, from Monday to Thursday this week from 7pm.
About The Hit Network:
The Hit Network is Australia’s biggest radio network broadcasting across metro and regional markets with a unique collection of 50 FM and DAB+ stations. The Hit Network targets people aged 30 – 54, skews female and features a mood focused, ‘feel great’ pop music format alongside the most entertaining local breakfast and national drive shows. Home to popular personalities including Fifi Box, Ed Kavalee, Abby Coleman, Matty Acton, Stav Davidson, Dave Hughes, Brendan Fevola, Nick Cody, Carrie Bickmore, Tommy Little, Erin Molan, Ash London, Rebecca Morse, Andrew ‘Cosi’ Costello, Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann, Pete Curulli, Matt Dyktynski, Kymba Cahill, Bianca Dye and many more, the Hit Network entertains over 4.8 million Aussie radio listeners across B105, 2Day, Fox, SAFM, MIX, 41 Hit stations plus DAB+ stations including Hit Old Skool, Hit Buddha, Hit Easy, Hit Urban and Hit Dance.