Rita Ora Stuns In Black Bodysuit After Filming Content For Upcoming Tour

Rita Ora will be setting off in the second part of her “Phoenix” World Tour at the end of April, and she has started preparing for it.

The 28-year-old singer took to Instagram earlier this week to share two snaps which showed her right after shooting content for her upcoming shows, captioning the snaps: “‘AND I just wrapped shooting content for my ARENA shows in MAY!”

The “Hot Right Now” songstress was wearing a one-shoulder black bodysuit with cut-out details on the sides as she posed for the camera. But the real showstopper was her makeup, which included colorful purple and pink eyeshadow surrounded by glitter and jewels.

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She also showed off her tattoos in a second snap.

“I can’t wait for you all to see it the team and I have been working endlessly to make sure you all have an amazing experience! #phoenixWorldTour!,” she continued in the post.

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Photo Credit: Instagram/ Rita Ora

In an Instagram Story video later that day, Rita showed her appreciation for her fans and her work, saying: “I just want to say before the next leg of my tour starts, I’m so lucky that I get to do what I love. Today I shot some footage for my upcoming arena tours and I am really grateful.”

Other than her tour, another exciting project Rita has recently worked on is the upcoming live-action movie Pokémon: Detective Pikachu, in which she both makes a cameo and provides music for. She and Kygo have teamed up to record the song “Carry On” for the movie.

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But as for what character she’ll be portraying, the details are still hush-hush.

In the song’s music video, we get to see Rita as a detective in a yellow PVC coat as she hunts for the beloved character, Pikachu.

The movie was directed by Rob Letterman who is behind Shark Tale and Monsters v. Aliens and is set to be released May, 10. It stars Bill Nighy and Suki Waterhouse, as well as Ryan Reynolds who voices Pikachu.

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