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Thursday, 8 November 2018

Rita Ora Makes A Bold Statement In Very Long Platinum Blonde Wig

She's never been shy and retiring when it comes to her fashion sense.

Rita Ora made a very bold style statement in a 30-inch platinum blonde wig on Thursday as she sported a chic all-black look to step out in New York.

The 27-year-old was difficult to miss with her ice white tresses contrasting with the neutral ensemble, but still added a daring twist in the form of black PVC platform boots.

Rita was showing off her trim figure as she teamed a simple black turtleneck with matching ripped jeans, but it was the almost-white wig that commanded attention.

Falling down to her waist, the straight centre-part hairpiece bore a familiar resemblance to the look worn by Penélope Cruz, as she played Donatella Versace in the TV series American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace.
But Rita still made sure to add her own individual stamp on the look by shielding her flawless complexion with black cat-eye sunglasses with a sparkling silver trim.

Rita added some extra height to her outfit by teaming it with black patent matching boots, that left her towering over passers-by thanks to the sky high platform.

Her outing in the Big Apple comes after the star shared a video fans confirming that she would be performing at the 2018 ARIA Awards in Australia on November 28.
In a statement the singer Rita said: 'I am so excited to be coming Down Under to your biggest night in music, the ARIA Awards 2018. I'm planning a really special performance, I cannot wait to come.'

After months of speculation that she was at loggerheads with close friend Cara Delevingne, Rita seemed to put the speculation to rest on Wednesday by appearing alongside her pal on This Morning.

The two stars shared their best beauty tips in a pre-recorded segment, but also spoke candidly about how they deal with social media trolls.

Rita said: 'You don't want to have to go through and delete videos''Cyberbullying is something where you express your individuality and people don't like it, which makes you feel like something you're doing wrong.'
Providing her take on the issue, Cara added: 'We should be able to express ourselves freely, when people judge you on that it makes you feel with fear.

'You don't want to have to go through and delete videos.'
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