Oscars: Rita Ora Performs "Grateful"
The singer took the Dolby Theatre stage to belt out the nominated original song, written by Diane Warren.
Rita Ora made her Oscars performance debut on Sunday when she took the Dolby Theatre stage to perform "Grateful."
The tune, written by Diane Warren for the film Beyond the Lights, was nominated for best original song, marking Warren's seventh Oscar nom in this category.
Ora sang while standing on a platform in a black and white gown, as lasers fired away around her.
Ora was among the night's lineup of musical performances, which also included numbers by Anna Kendrick, Jack Black, Lady Gaga and Jennifer Hudson, as well Tim McGraw, Rita Ora, Adam Levine, Common, John Legend, Tegan and Sara, and Lonely Island taking the stage to perform the nominated original songs.