Rita Ora has done a disappearing act from the Jonathan Ross show this week.
The singer was due to make an appearance on the chat show before she was caught in a storm of headlines over her inexcusable 30th birthday.
Anger swirling on social media sparked a grovelling apology from Hot Right Now’s hitmaker as she said she was “deeply sorry”.
It’s believed Rita will still appear on the talk show before Christmas, according to MailOnline.
Mirror Online has reached out to Rita Ora’s representatives for further comment.
It comes just hours after Piers Morgan laid into the “selfish” star for on Tuesday’s Good Morning Britain.
In a furious tirade, the broadcast star asked what Rita’s mother Vera who is a frontline worker would have thought of her daughter’s behaviour.
He said: “This is the same Rita Ora, and then she invites 30 of her mates for a lockdown breaking 30th birthday party.
“How does that stop the spread, Rita? What does your mum think of this, after all you said about the NHS?
“You put those pictures out of yourself, you didn’t put up the pictures of your friends leaving out the back.”
He added: “It’s exhausting, these people, they are so selfish.”
It’s said Rita paid a voluntary £10,000 fine after she spoke to police about the bash.
MET Police told Mirror Online: “Police were called at 21:10hrs on Saturday, 28 November to reports of a potential breach of Covid regulations at a commercial premises in Clarendon Road, W11.
“Officers attended and carried out enquiries at the scene but found no indication of any offence being committed at the time.
“Officers continue to assess the allegations and are liaising with the local authority regarding a potential breach of regulations at the premises.
Rita invited 30 of her closest pals and celeb friends to attend the gathering at Casa Cruz restaurant in Notting Hill, West London.
The singer made a public
She wrote: “Hello all, I attended a small gathering with some friends to celebrate my 30th birthday.
“It was a spur of the moment decision made with the misguided view that we were coming out of lockdown and this would be OK…
“I’m deeply sorry for breaking the rules and in turn understand that this puts people at risk.
“This was a serious and inexcusable error of judgement. Given the restrictions, I realise how irresponsible these actions were and I take full responsibility.
“I feel particularly embarrassed knowing first-hand how hard people have worked to combat this terrible illness and being fully aware of the sacrifices that people and businesses have made to help keep us all safe. Even though this won’t make it right, I want to sincerely apologise.”