Gordon Ramsay recently responded to Rita Ora after the singer revealed that she was refused entry to one of his restaurants.

During her appearance on “The Jonathan Ross Show,” the singer revealed that she wanted to try out Ramsay’s dishes, but was wearing a tracksuit at the time so they didn’t allow her to get a meal. “I wasn’t dressed the part, but I walked in and was like, ‘Oh, I’d love a little, like, meal. And they were just like, ‘No, this isn’t happening for you,’” she said.

Ramsay learned about the incident and was surprised that Ora was snubbed at his restaurant. When he asked her to divulge the name of the place, Ora refused to do so for fear that the person who told her she wasn’t allowed to go in might get into trouble.

Ora and Ramsay, who were both on television at the time, also had an agreement following the incident. When the “Your Song” singer asked if she could get into one of his many restaurants in the future, the “Master Chef” judge said, “yes.”

Meanwhile, Ora just announced that she will be hosting the MTV Europe Music Awards this year. On her Twitter account, the “Fifty Shades of Grey” actress shared a 15-second teaser from the upcoming gathering in London. The MTV EMAs will take place on Nov. 12.

Before the event, Ora will first be hosting a Halloween Party on Friday that was organized by radio station 961 Kiss at Stage AE. 

On Saturday, Ora will also be performing Harrahs PHL for Q102 Philly’s Halloween Party. The party will be hosted by two DJs from the station, Jared and Raph. Doors open at 9 p.m. and the person who will win best costume will receive a cash prize.

In other news, the host of “America’s Next Top Model” just released her new single, “Anywhere,” which she also promoted on “The Jonathan Ross Show.” On Nov. 9, she is expected to perform her single at Key 103 Live at the Manchester Arena.