Yesterday evening, Chris Brown posted a photo of himself and X Factor judge Rita Ora—posed together while wearing white shirts, jeans, and smoldering towards the camera—captioned, "Coming soon (BODY ON ME)." The "Don't Wake Me Up" singer was, of course, referring to his and Ora's upcoming musical collaboration, "Body On Me," which was announced last month during Ora's interview with The Sun.

Brown, who was convicted of brutally assaulting his ex-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, has become a somewhat controversial presence in the pop music community. Nonetheless, Ora defended the talented yet troubled artist—and her collaboration with him—during her interview, claiming, "Chris Brown is strong, powerful and someone that is important to me personally and professionally. The discrimination and what people think? If you have a great song then no one cares.” (Um, really?)

The "Poison" singer and Iggy Azalea collaborator continued her defense of Brown, gushing to the paper, "I love him on different levels. I see how he treats his people and he's a good person with a good heart and a lovely family. It's really nice that we finally got together because, regardless of what's happened, the song is just amazing."

While no official release date for the track has been announced yet, we'd wager that it wont be long before the T-Collar produced "Body On Me" surfaces. And if you can't wait for the track's release to get your Rita Ora fix, you can catch the singer starring in Southpaw, out now in theaters.

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