RITA Ora has squeezed into a tight leather corset before posing for some sizzling new pictures.
The star, 30, posed for the snaps to promote her new EP Bang Bang before sharing them with fans online.
Rita’s leather corset has been designed by Moschino and featured gold teddy bear-shaped studding across the body.
The singer teamed it with a matching hat by the renowned designer and plenty of chunky gold jewellery.
She captioned the pictures on Instagram: “#BangBang.”
Rita’s sexy new shots come after she was slammed for using a dog with cropped ears in the video for Bang Bang.
The mini-short film was shot in Bulgaria and shows a pit bull-type animal with closely cropped ears straining at the lead as Rita strolls past.
A coalition of leading veterinary bodies and animal welfare charities across the UK has put their weight behind a new petition calling on the Government to close all the legal loopholes that allow the cruel practice of ear cropping to continue.
The Focus on Animal Law group (FOAL) co-director Jordan Shelley launched the petition and told HOAR: “I’m disappointed to see the use of a cropped dog in Rita Ora’s video, as the use of mutilated dogs in the media is playing a huge role in the normalisation of ear cropping and the rise in cropped dog ownership.
“Alongside our call to government to ban the importation of cropped dogs we urge everyone with a platform and media reach to no longer share any images of cropped dogs unless specifically for the purposes of education and rehoming, so that together we can stop the glamourisation and normalisation of this unnecessary painful cosmetic procedure.”
After being shown Rita’s new video, animal welfare charity PETA also slammed her for using the dog.
PETA’s Director Elisa Allen said: “PETA joins the RSPCA and every other animal protection advocate in calling for a ban on the importation of dogs with cropped ears, which would send a strong message to breeders, celebrities, and everyone else that maiming dogs for vanity is unacceptable.
“Dogs love humans regardless of the way we look – we’d do well to extend the same kindness to them.”
She added: “Dogs’ ears are there for a purpose, and they need to use them like directional antennae.
“Ear cropping is a painful mutilation that is most commonly used by dogfighters to prevent an opponent from grabbing the ears – it has no place in a civilised, humane society.”
It is illegal to cut a dog’s ears in the UK but it is not against the law to import animals who have already been mutilated.
HOAR has contacted Rita’s representative for comment.