Rita Ora has sent fans into a tizzy after teasing new music while wearing a tiny gold bikini.
The 29-year-old How To Be Lonely singer is currently on holiday on the Spanish island of Ibiza with a group of her friends and her new beau, Romain Gavras.
In a new post to her Instagram page, the stunner uploaded three images of her sunbathing, alongside the caption: “When you know this is your last holiday before that ORA hits. Pshhhhhh”
Fans took it to mean that Rita is set to release a new single or album very soon and it sent them into overdrive.
“OMG NEW MUSIC??????” one person commented while another said: “What does this mean?”
Rita has been living her best life on the party island, meeting up with former supermodel Kate Moss and her daughter, Lila Grace over the weekend and DJing in a black bikini for all her friends.
The UK star has also been keeping her Instagram fans up to date on her holiday, posting a series of topless snaps on the social media site.
“When she think she cute but her nose is burnt,” she captioned the photos.
Despite the UK bringing in new quarantine restrictions for anyone returning from Spain, Rita hasn’t let that put a dampener on her holiday.
If she plans to return to the UK, she will need to quarantine for two weeks after her jaunt abroad.
The singer’s trip comes just months after she came under fire for appearing to violate coronavirus restrictions in the UK back in April.
The singer stayed in a rented holiday home in the UK town of The Cotswolds, on a pre-booked getaway to work on her album.
The Sun reported that Rita’s agent said she arrived on March 21 before the Prime Minister officially called for people to stay at their primary residence, and though the trip may have fallen under work, angry locals took to social media groups to complain.
Locals reported spotting the singer out on bike rides with friends, and one even said heavy-handed security scared her child as she walked near the property on a public footpath.
“Surely she should respect the rules and have stayed in f****** London?” one local wrote on a community Facebook page.