The “X Factor” judge Rita Ora is planning to open school in her hometown in Kosovo, as she revealed her traumatic childhood while growing up there.
In a report by The Sun, through Mirror UK, the 24-years-old British model and actress, is hoping that she can build a school in Pristina, Kosovo.
According to the report, Rita Ora is set to fund a school for the disadvantaged children of her native land.
The “X Factor” judge Rita Ora revealed that she was forced to flee with her family in her native land due to the war that broke out at the time when she was still a child.
“Rita never forgets her roots and building a school is a perfect plan,” an insider told. “She’s been considering the idea for some time but is now pushing forward with it.”
The insider added that the educational facility will be “named in her honor.”
“She’s hoping it will inspire the students there to keep hope,” the sources added.
Early this year, the “I Will Never Let You Down” hitmaker was names as an honorary ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo by its president Atifete Jahjaga.
The republic’s president described the “Fifty Shades of Grey” cast member as the most successful artist of Kosovo.
“This is amazing. Thank you madam president for this honour. I am so emotional. This is so incredible for me,” the “X Factor” Rita Ora said in her acceptance speech.
Meanwhile, the “X Factor” judge Rita Ora is sharpening her mentoring skills for the latest episode of the reality talent show.
In a report by Heat World , Rita Ora will mentor the Girls Category. The singer and occasional actress will compete with fellow “X Factor” judges Simon Cowell, Cheryl Fernandez and Nick Grimshaw to be the coach of the latest grand winner.