Another day, another off-the-wall outfit choice for Rita Ora.
This time she was headed to BBC Radio One’s studios wearing an oversized pair of jean dungarees.
The singer-turned-TV personality’s small frame was swamped in the garment, which hung off her loosely as she sauntered into the building.
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Don’t leave her hanging! Rita Ora high-fives a by-passer as she struts into Radio One in baggy denim dungarees
High five: Rita Ora was dressed to impress as she sauntered into the BBC studios
The 26-year-old wore a loose black T-shirt underneath and strutted along in black heels.
She wore her dark blonde mane tied back, secured with an oversized black bow, and a pair of clear, amber aviators.
Around her neck was a gold chain and she wore hooped earrings.
As she walked into the studios, she held up her hand to a passer-by for a high five, which he was happy to oblige.
Strings to her bow: Rita Ora high-fives a by-passer as she struts into Radio One in baggy denim dungarees and a giant black ribbon in her hair
The singer has just landed her latest hosting role on new ABC talent show Boy Band.
Rita – whose growing list of TV jobs already includes The Voice UK and The X Factor, as well as her doomed run on America’s Next Top Model – will join veteran pop stars Nick Carter and Emma Bunton in their quest to unearth raw young singing talent across the United States.
The 10-episode run will stick to a tried and tested talent show format as Backstreet Boy Nick and former Spice Girl Emma assemble a new band worthy of a potentially lucrative contract with Hollywood Records.
Rita’s new role comes following her recent departure from America’s Next Top Model in March, with Tyra Banks – who pioneered the show in 2003 – expected to fill her shoes when it returns.
Looking good: The 26-year-old wore a loose black T-shirt underneath and strutted along in black heels
Dunga-jeans: She wore her dark blonde mane tied back, secured with an oversized black bow, and a pair of clear, amber aviators
Meanwhile Rita recently teased that her forthcoming second album will touch on more ‘personal’ aspects of her life as she admits she has always tried to keep her private life out of the limelight, but she is ready to bare her soul on her second record.
She said: ‘Of everything I’ve accomplished, I’m proudest of my new album. It’s going to shock people. I think it’ll be like, “Wow, I didn’t know she had those emotions.”
‘Because I don’t think they really know me … They see pictures of me, they watch me on TV, but I try to keep my personal life as private as possible, and I don’t post pictures of who I’m seeing.
‘On this album, though, I say things I think people have been wanting to know. But it’s done in a moving-forward way. It’s a positive, uplifting album.’