Rita Ora is set to collaborate with Jess Glynne.

The 24-year-old singer has enlisted the help of the rising star to help make some new music, and Jess has confirmed she has sent demos over to her with the idea of the pair recording one of them as a duet.

She revealed: ''I've spoken to Rita a few times and she's asked me to collaborate. So I've done some stuff for her, she's had my songs sent to her to work on and yeah, I'm up for it.''

The collaboration follows Jess's work with Clean Bandit on the smash hit 'Rather Be', and Rita's track with fellow female Charli XCX, 'Doing It'.

However, although they could be recording together in the near future, Jess, 25, admitted she is anxious of performing in front of Rita this weekend when she sings her new single 'Hold My Hand' on 'The Voice UK', on which the 'I Will Never Let You Down' singer is a coach.

She told the Daily Star newspaper: ''I'm so nervous of these TV shows.

''You have all the judges in front of you, that's my worst nightmare doing an audition. I've never met Tom or Ricky - I could never be a contestant, I'm too scared.''