The R.I.P. hitmaker has regular sessions to enable her to cope with a severe case of thanatophobia that she developed as a child.

She tells British newspaper The Guardian, "Death is my biggest phobia, I used to have panic attacks when I was little, saying, 'Mum, I don't want to die.' I've been to therapy and still try to go every week."

Ora has previously detailed a terrifying panic attack she suffered in 2013, saying, "It scared the living s**t out of me. I started to value things, see things differently. This world can really eat you up and you can forget who you are."