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Rita Ora and Hyuna Have a Walk Off

How have I not seen this video before?!

I freaking LOVE Rita Ora!

Hyuna and Rita Ora decided it was a good idea to battle each other over their walking skills because, why the hell not?!

Also if you haven't listened to Rita Ora yet, please do:

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I saw this video a couple months ago and I loved it!!! they have a bunch of other videos with pop and kpop stars meeting you should check out they're youtube channel~~
When I think of walkoff, i think of he movie Zoolander.... is it just me? 😂
Fangirling so hard right now
now walk it out. walk it out.
Haha that was so cute
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