EXCLUSIVE: Rita Ora Reacts to Beyonce and Jay Z's Baby News: 'They're Just Bosses at What They Do'

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Despite any rumors to the contrary, Rita Ora has nothing but love for Beyonce and Jay Z.

ET spoke to the 26-year-old singer at the Fifty Shades Darker premiere in Los Angeles on Thursday -- she plays Christian Grey's sister, Mia, in the film, out Feb. 10 -- where she talked about Beyonce's recent bombshell announcement that she's expecting twins. Ora has already congratulated the superstar on Twitter.

"I just think from woman to woman, there's nothing better," Ora tells ET's Carly Steel. "It's fantastic. I wish her nothing but the best for the family and for health and everything."

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"They're just bosses at what they do," she adds about Bey and Jay.

Ora says she hasn't spoken to the couple since the big announcement. "Unfortunately, I just wanted to congratulate them and all that," she explains. "They must be getting their phones blowing up."

Last April, Ora slammed speculation that she may have had an affair with Jay Z and could possibly be "Becky with the good hair" from Beyonce's track, "Sorry." Some Beyonce fans attacked Ora after she wore lemon-themed lingerie in a Snapchat photo days before the Lemonade special aired on HBO, then stepped out just days after wearing the exact same outfit Beyonce rocks in her music video, "Formation."

"First and foremost, Jay Z is my inspiration and one of my idols -- lyrically, musically, business-wise," she told Vanity Fair in September. "I still look up to him and his wife every day. Beyonce was one of my biggest idols growing up."

"I find it incredibly rude and disrespectful to women in general [when] we get accused of something that's basically against the important part -- the music," she added.

These days, aside from her role in the Fifty Shades trilogy, Ora is keeping busy with the upcoming season of America’s Next Top Model. The singer replaced Tyra Banks as the new host of the long-running reality series, and tells ET that next season will be based in L.A. However, she remains tight-lipped about any changes coming to the judging panel, which currently includes model Ashley Graham, Paper magazine chief creative officer Drew Elliott and celebrity stylist Law Roach.

"I can't tell you that much," she says with a smile. "The team is the team."

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ET spoke to Ora in December, when she talked about furthering Banks' legacy on ANTM.

"[Tyra] is so supportive. She is the queen," Ora gushed to ET. "This was never filling anyone's shoes -- this was taking her legacy and really making it our own with a new panel."

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