She's not the most obvious choice to perform at the canonisation of a saint in the Vatican, but Rita Ora did just that yesterday when she played at concert in Rome, to celebrate the ceremony for Mother Teresa.

The Londoner broke the news that she'd be performing last week, revealing that as an ambassador for Kosovo - where she was born - she had been invited to sing. Both of her parents are also Albanian, like Mother Teresa.

Rather than playing 'How We Do' or even the slightly more suitable (at least, in title) 'R.I.P', however, she sang the hymn 'What Child Is This?', backed by the Kosovo Philharmonic Orchestra.

Watch the (unusual, to say the least) performance below: