Rita Ora
Rita Ora poses before perfoming at Key 103 Live held at the Manchester Arena Getty

There is little that Rita Ora can't do! Her new single Anywhere is already topping the charts and come Sunday, the British stunner is all set to host the MTV European Music Awards. Ahead of the night of glitz and glamour, however, the pop star has shared an eyeball-grabbing pic, displaying the results of her toil at the gym.

"Getting ready!!" the 26-year-old singer teased, sharing a sneak-peek image with her 12 million plus Instagram followers... right before she takes to the stage at the annual awards in London.

Flaunting her taut abs in their full glory, Ora, looked into her phone as she posed in front of a gigantic mirror, after what seemed to be a strenuous day of workout. And needless to say, the Body on Me hitmaker – decked in a sexy spaghetti-strap bralette and matching black leggings – had her fans swooning over the snap.

"How do you get that line down the centre of your tummy? It's amazing! @ritaora," one of her followers commented, clearly impressed with her gym results. "Why is she so fit," a second fan wrote, echoing the feeling of many other.

It looks like, Ora – who is no stranger to stirring frenzy – has also been successful in inspiring some of her social media followers. "Girl, yes. I went to the gym today and looked at a picture of you to get inspired," wrote her fan.

Another simply exclaimed, "You're absolutely stunning Rita," adding to the flurry of complements on the photo that has garnered over 152,000 likes in no time.

The Your Song singer's latest upload also marks the countdown to the 24th annual MTV EMAs set to take place at SSE Arena in Wembley. And clearly, Ora is beyond excited.

"I'm so excited to be hosting this year's MTV EMAs in my hometown. I still remember how much fun my first EMAs was in Frankfurt in 2012, when I performed RIP. I can't wait to get back on the stage to host and perform," she told The Hollywood Reporter.

As far as the tone of the show is concerned, she added, "We plan to bring a form of spirit and hope into a music awards show, especially being in London. There are a lot of things that have happened this year, and it's really important to just be proud of where you are from.