Rita Ora Teams Up With The Open Mic Project to Include Fans' Stories in Her New Song

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GRAMMY nominations are officially here, and ET teamed up with Absolut Lime to bring you all the inside scoop! ET sat down with Rita Ora, who recently collaborated with one of this year's GRAMMY nominees, Ed Sheeran, to record "Your Song."

Besides her work with Sheeran, the 27-year-old singer is teaming up with Absolut Vodka to write a song inspired by fans' stories of acceptance, which they can submit through The Open Mic Project -- and as a refugee, it's a topic close to Ora's heart.

"When I was 1, we left Kosovo and moved to London... I had to learn quickly about acceptance and the importance of acceptance of people who are different," she said. "There are so many stories of so many different types of people... They all share the same thing in common. It's that kind of need of hope." 

Rita's new song will premiere the week of the GRAMMYs, and ET will have more coverage from the Absolut Lime Green Room leading up to the awards show on Jan. 28.

See more on Ora in the video below.