Rita Ora Bares All in Eye-Popping Naked Photoshoot for Clash Magazine

Published October 5th, 2018 - 12:13 GMT
Rita Ora bared all in an eye-popping naked photoshoot for the latest issue of Clash Magazine  (Twitter)
Rita Ora bared all in an eye-popping naked photoshoot for the latest issue of Clash Magazine (Twitter)

She is no stranger to flaunting her sensational figure.

And Rita Ora bared all in an eye-popping naked photoshoot for the latest issue of Clash Magazine.

The For You hitmaker, 27, showed off her ample assets and taut midriff in the nude black and white shot, with her hand protecting her modesty as it rested on her bosom.

 

 

Sitting cross-legged, the blonde beauty also showcased her lithe legs as she sultrily posed.

Her platinum locks were styled in a edgy, slick look while her pretty features were enhanced with smoky shadow, fluttery lashes and a frosted lipstick.

Adding an extra racy touch to the look, the singer slipped on PVC fingerless gloves.

Going for an editorial, high-fashion look, the star slipped into a skimpy thong and cropped sweater for a sultry full-length shot.

Revealing her toned abs and lithe legs, the star rocked gigantic platform boots in the shot.

The I Will Never Let You Down singer donned a monchrome striped sweaterand high-waisted black pants for another steamy snap, adding height with platform stiletto sandals.

The star, who is gearing up up for the release of her much-delayed second album Phoenix spoke about life as a popstar.

She said: 'I love being a popstar. It's fantastic. It's everything I ever dreamed of; it's how I started. I feel like I never wasn't a popstar, although I do know that I didn't put out an album for a while. But I'm fully in it right now: album, tour, summer shows, tour next year.

'It was really cool [that the tour sold out] because I haven't done a tour in four years. I wanted to get back out there and do venues where I could connect to the crowd. I wanted people to really see me and to see that I was the same, that I hadn't been lost in it.

'I'm so proud of my first album, otherwise I wouldn't be here. I'm just older and I know more now. This time it doesn't feel different; it just feels like I'm more content and confident.

'I was okay with becoming vulnerable. I was always very, 'Independent women!' I still am, but this is the first time that I felt like it was cool to be sensitive.'


© Associated Newspapers Ltd.

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