Rita Ora barely recognisable after daring red carpet transformation
Singer Rita Ora has bared her all with a daring look on the red carpet of the British Fashion Awards. The star looked barely recognisable as she donned a sheer dress and facial prosthetics.
Sparking debate with her look, Rita hit the red carpet wearing a Nensi Dojaka ensemble, consisting of a red bra held together with a love heart-shaped clasp and a see-through skirt that resembled a stocking, revealing her raunchy red G-string underneath.
The Voice judge added her own flair to her make-up, bleaching her eyebrows and sporting a facial prosthetic around her eyes, giving her a mermaid-like look.
Fans on Twitter were shocked by how different the star looked from her usual self, with many questioning if it was even her.
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"This isn't Rita Ora, is it? What the hell happened to her?" one wrote on Twitter.
"How the hell is this Rita Ora?" another said.
"This doesn’t look like Rita Ora," a third added.
"What stylist would let you out of the house looking like this…." a comment read.
Others however praised the star for her quirky look.
"Ok now miss Rita Ora, this is a serve!" one fan said on Twitter.
"This look is incredible," another agreed.
"Rita Ora has worked hard for that body and more power to her rockin' that sheer," a third applauded.
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Her latest daring look comes after she wowed in another see-through dress during a night out in London.
The singer was attending her friend Vas J Morgan's birthday party when she bared all in the beige crochet gown and black underwear, which was visible underneath.
The gown was low-cut in both the front and back, allowing the singer to show off her countless tattoos. It also featured a hood, with fans loving the look, calling her a "goddess".
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