AceShowbiz - Rita Ora undoubtedly looked stunning in the statement-making cover of issue 109 of Clash magazine. The singer/actress left nothing to imagination as she went full naked in the black-and-white image that she shared on her Instagram account.
Rita seemed to be proud of her body as she flaunted her enviable bod in the snap. She wore literally nothing except for a pair of Chanel leather gloves.
The Brit stunner, who is no stranger to nudity, cheekily covered her nipples with her two fingers while her other arms did the job. She strategically placed her legs so that it would cover her private parts as she threw a seductive gaze at the camera. Her hair was dripping wet which only further accentuated her sexiness.
"Thank you Matt and all at clash for honouring me with this cover. Made me feel so comfortable to be myself and feel free, it was so liberating!!" the "Fifty Shades of Grey" actress wrote in the caption as she gave a shout-out to the photogapher.
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My @clashmagazine cover is here!! The Rise of the Phoenix ☄️. Link in stories. #CLASH109 #CLASHxRITAORA --- Interview by @alimkheraj. Cover shot in London by @matteaston @simonhclash Thank you Matt and all at clash for honouring me with this cover. Made me feel so comfortable to be myself and feel free, it was so liberating!!❤️Creative direction by @rbpm_. Fashion by @vincelevy. Hair by @lisalaudat1. Make-up by @mariebruce. Custom type by @hardhardhardhardhardhard. Gloves by @chanelofficial.
In the accompanying interview, the "For You" singer told the magz that the naked portrait reflected the "rebirth" of her music career. "I feel like I've just started, in the weirdest way," Rita shared to Clash in the new issue. "I know some people in the industry who I won't name but who have messaged me to say, 'You're a bad a** for doing what you did.' I earned a new found respect. Now, though, it's time to put that stuff away and get this chapter going."
Rita is set to release her long-awaited sophomore album "Phoenix" soon. Slated to drop on streaming services on November 23, "Phoenix" serves as the continuation of her debut album "Ora" that was released back in 2012.