Rita Ora has been hitting the gym religiously. And the results definitely show with the Anywhere singer proudly flaunting her flawless figure on social media after taking up a completely new fitness and eating routine earlier this year.
On Monday, 18 December, the British singer took to Instagram to share a stunning photo that shows her showing off her curves while striking a sultry pose in a black strappy PVC mini skirt having bold white feathered accents. She teamed up her look with thigh-high PVC boots and thick bejewelled chokers while letting her blonde locks cascade around her shoulders in waves.
"Thank you @thevoiceofgermany for having me sing Anywhere with Benni! Vote for him!! ❤️❤️," she wrote next to the snap she has shared on the photo-and-video-sharing application.
The snap has sparked a fan frenzy, with many calling the 27-year-old singer "beautiful" and "gorgeous".
"Wow...just stunning @ritaora...I love u girl. You are just amazing," a fan gushed, while another added, "@ritaora you are an amazing artist and a beautiful woman."
Someone called Ora a "queen" and "the fashion icon of the world". Another admirer complimented Ora on her dress, saying, "What a great outfit ", while another user added, "Hello u look lovely in that outfit babe nice Sunday Rita".
It wasn't easy for Ora to conform to her new exercise and eating routine. She even visited a doctor, who recommended her what she should eat. Add to this, she started training every day even when she was on the road.
Speaking about her workout routine, Ora earlier this year told Shape magazine that she had been doing circuit training to get physically fit.
"I usually work out for one or two hours, depending on how much time I have. I do three circuits and repeat that three times," she told the magazine. "I mostly focus on my thighs and my bum, so I do a lot of squats and weight lifting. And I do one circuit of cardio."
Revealing her workout method, Ora said people looking to get fit did not need to push themselves to the extreme as long as they complete their daily exercise routine even if it takes a bit more time.
"I used to push myself until I felt sick. But I'm approaching it differently now. I enjoy working out. And I like the aftermath—that feeling of contentment," she said.