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Calvin Harris worried about Rita Ora's Fifty Shades role

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Rita Ora admits Calvin Harris was worried she would appear nude in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.

The 'I Will Never Let You Down' singer - who is dating the Scottish DJ-and-producer - admits he had a meeting with her father and brother about her role in the upcoming movie, even though she never took her clothes off during filming.

Asked if she appears nude in the movie, she said: "Nope! Calvin, my dad and my brother had a group meeting to worry about it. I leave that to the main characters."

The 23-year-old star is smitten with her boyfriend and thinks he's a genius after working with him on her new single.

She said: "He gets me, so he brought out the best in me like nobody else could."

She added in an interview with Us Weekly magazine: "He wrote it in about an hour. And he writes as he takes a shower. What a genius!"

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