Rita Ora says her relationship with Calvin Harris is going "great".
The 'Radioactive' singer and the dance music artist have been dating since May and their romance is going from strength-to-strength.
She told The Sun newspaper: "It's great. It's going well - I'm happy."
The couple often have to steal brief romantic moments together during breaks in their busy schedules and Rita insists the pair always find a way to make time for each other, despite spending long periods apart because of their hectic careers.
She explained: "When something is worth having, you make time for it. When you want something, you make it work."
The 22-year-old beauty admitted she initially got off to a rocky start with her new beau, after she claimed Calvin had offered her Cheryl Cole's 2012 hit 'Call My Name' first, a revelation which resulted in a Twitter feud between the pair.
But after they got over their online spat, the pair clicked as people.
Rita said: "I don't know if you remember but at the start we had a Twitter feud. So we never really liked each other in the beginning.
"Then after that, it just kind of happened really. It was backstage at a thing like this when we first met and it went from there."
The 'How We Do' singer also remained tight-lipped on whether the popular producer will feature on her second studio album, adding: "I can't say for now, you will have to wait and see."