Rita Ora Reportedly Cancels Teen Choice Awards Performance, Tweets That She's "Devastated"

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Rita Ora was scheduled to perform her hit song "I Will Never Let You Down" at the Teen Choice Awards tonight and unfortunately, she DID have to let us down.


The singer's last-minute cancellation is rumored to be because her ex, Calvin Harris, wrote and produced the song and he's reportedly barring her from performing it at the show.


"She had spent a considerable amount of time and energy preparing for her now canceled performance of the song and is devastated to let her fans down in this way," a source told The Mirror. "This move by bitter Calvin has impacted not only the Teen Choice Award production but the teenage fans expecting to see her perform."

We're among the disappointed, that's for sure. Sounds like Rita is, too. The singer tweeted this shortly after news of the canceled performance broke, "Guys I am so sorry. I will make it up too [sic] you. I promise. I'm devastated. I love my fans."

The good news is that there are still a bunch of other cool performers set to take the stage tonight, like Demi Lovato, Jason Derulo, MAGIC! and Rixton.

No word yet on whether or not the singer will even be attending the show anymore. What a bummer!

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