RITA Ora has treated fans to a series of sizzling shots for her latest music video.
The singer, 29, looked sensational in the behind the scenes snaps for her new track How To Be Lonely.
Rita Ora looks sensational in her new music video
Sharing the stunning photos to Instagram, Rita sent pulses racing in a tiny white crop top and hot pants.
The star showed off her slender frame in the all-white outfit as she posed for the candid pics.
She completed the look with chunky gold jewellery and white trainers, while her trademark blonde locks were effortlessly styled into a sweptback hairdo.
The video for the song, which is co-written by Lewis Capaldi, was released this week.
The singer went braless for the shot
Rita showed off her dance moves with a male partner
The pair got close in a clip for the newly released video
Her tiny waist was emphasised in a crop top and hot pants
In a dance segment for the music video, Rita seductively dances on her own before linking up with a male partner.
Posting a clip to her profile, she wrote: “The #HowToBeLonely DANCE VIDEO IS OUT NOW Hope you all loveee it! Watch on YouTube at the link in my bio and let me see you!”
However, it hasn’t all been good for Rita, who was said to be “furious” the single failed to miss the top 40 on Friday amid her rivalry with Dua Lipa.
And as if to make things worse, the video was delayed and she was forced to cancel invites to a big-budget “immersive experience” to promote the song on Tuesday.
The star released the video this week
Rita is said to be ‘furious’ the single has flopped
A music insider said: “Rita and her team had been planning this single for months and it’s not gone down as well as they had hoped.
“It is still early days and they are hoping it will pick up as more people hear it in the coming weeks but it’s not got off to a good start — and Rita has made her disappointment clear to those around her.
“Neither she or Dua have spoken about their rivalry but it is very real.
“It’s frustrating for Rita when she sees Dua doing well when her own campaign isn’t going to plan.”