King, whose programs also run on ora TV and Hulu, has yet to arrive at such a conclusion.
In her latest stint ora replaced her BFF and self-proclaimed wifey, Cara Delevingne, as the face of as the face of DKNY.
The news comes just days after ora made her catwalk debut at the DKNY show--for whom she is the face.
“If he talked to the people at ora TV and they could work it out, I would do it,” he said.
ora told Marie Claire UK that she has "always loved Rimmel growing up" and the opportunity was "like a dream come true."
Kahore, I ora ano au; a, hoki mai ana te mate; have you recovered?
ora and Detis were very quiet and preoccupied when they entered the Nomad.
It bears the following date and inscription: Sancte Joseph, ora pro nobis, 1682.
Suddenly he grasped ora's jacket, tore it open at the throat.
"ora, don't ax me," replied Barney, who had just come down from the caged lion.
ora o·ra (ôr'ə)
n. pl. o·rae (ôr'ē)
An edge or margin.
os 1 (ŏs)
n. pl. o·ra (ôr'ə)
An opening into a hollow organ or canal.
The oral cavity; mouth.
os 2 (ŏs)
n. pl. os·sa (ŏs'ə)
The symbol for the element osmium.
Latin oculus sinister (left eye)
The symbol for osmium.