Rita Ora flashes her knickers in see-through dress after hair makeover | The Sun
RITA Ora drove her fans wild as she flashed her knickers in a see-through dress after a hair makeover.
The singer, 32, has flown Down Under where she is host of The Voice Australia.
Rita delighted her fans by flashing her pants in a cheeky shot.
The star showed off her stunning curves in her dress with spaghetti straps.
The actress looked flawless after getting a glam new hair do too.
Rita showed off her flowing blonde curls after getting it done with ChaVivHair.
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Rita arrived in Australia just earlier this week -and hit the gym after their gruelling 17 hour flight.
Rita delighted her fans by flashing her washboard stomach in a black crop top.
She matched it with a pair of tight black leggings which highlighted her toned legs.
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Rita took a selfie showing husband Taika in the background lifting weights.
She then headed off to a seafood restaurant to enjoy a well-deserved meal.
The Hot Right Now singer often delights her fans with sizzling snaps.
She recently showed off her amazing figure in swimwear when she was unwinding in Dubai during a break away.
She had a blast, striking her best poses in a collection of colourful outfits.
In one, Rita showcased her abs in a blue and purple bandeau design with a matching sarong. Large beaded necklaces finished Rita's hippy-inspired look.
Another saw her tease a glimpse of underboob as she lifted up her blue top on a deserted beach.
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