Rita Ora may be in isolation, but she has turned up the heat just in time for European summer, posing a string of snaps to Instagram to the delight of her fans.
The 29-year-old pop star posed up a storm in a tiny khaki number that was more string than bikini alongside a witty caption that had fans in stitches.
“Me: hey what you reading? You: ffs (for f**ks sake),” she captioned the images of her looking at the camera, positioned on the ground.
Set against a brilliant blue sky, it looks like the weather played along as the star sizzled, and even risked a slight wardrobe malfunction in the tiny top with plenty of underboob to go around.
“I can’t look past your under boobage,” one fan wrote, though nobody seemed to be complaining.
It’s fair to say the singer looked absolutely incredible in the photos.
Snapped from an angle most of us wouldn’t be caught dead in, the Hot Right Now star showed off some serious ink as well as skin, flashing a tiny star and cursive script on her lower abdomen.
Fans were in love with the snaps, flooding the comments with praise for the daring look.
“Why you are so beautiful?” one fan wondered.
“You are so gorgeous,” a fan account shared.
“Stunning!” another wrote.
It’s not the first time Rita has scaled back on the bikini size, though her current reception is far more encouraging that comments in the past.
More recently she had jaws dropping when she posed naked in a throwback snap of a fitting she attended ahead of the VMA’s in 2018.
In the Instagram story, Rita appears completely topless, keeping Instagram’s modesty policy happy with two ‘wow’ emojis over her nipples.
The lockdown period hasn’t been all smooth sailing for the star, however, after angry locals in The Cotswolds area of the UK claimed the singer had bunkered down there during the coronavirus pandemic against government advice to stay in your local area.
The star initially shared snaps of her country stay on Instagram, but has since deleted all the images, though some of the photos remain visible on Facebook.
The singer is believed to be staying in a rented holiday home in the UK town of The Cotswolds according to the Daily Mail on a pre-booked getaway to work on her album.
In the UK and Australia, people are being urged to stay in their normal homes, as flocking to country towns could overwhelm limited resources.
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