Rita Ora Puts On A Racy Display In White Feathered Gown At Children In Need Rocks Concert - Dove Bulletin - Online News Bulletin

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Thursday, 8 November 2018

Rita Ora Puts On A Racy Display In White Feathered Gown At Children In Need Rocks Concert

She is taking to the stage at Wembley with a host of big names for the 2018 Children In Need Rocks concert.

Rita Ora pulled out all the stops for her big night, leaving her London hotel in a jaw-dropping white feathered gown ahead of the performance.
The Let You Love Me singer, 27, turned heads in her daring choice of dress as she strutted to her waiting car.

Rita flaunted her figure in the barely-there dress by AADNEVIK, with the feather detail just about concealing her modesty.

A thigh-high split ensured the fashion-lover flashed plenty of legs, with silver strappy heels adding to the glam.

The gorgeous star draped a dusky pink coat around her shoulders in a bid to keep warm in the chilly London temperatures for the short walk to her ride.
The finishing touch to her stage-ready look was slick locks, with dazzling clips adding a touch of sparkle and matching her pearl earrings.

A full face of glam makeup, including a pretty glossy lip ensured Rita was ready to wow fans once she made it to Wembley.

Presenters Fearne Cotton and Clara Amfo hosted the spectacular concert which also saw All Saints, George Ezra, Jess Glynne, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Olly Murs, Sir Rod Stewart and Tom Odell take to the stage in support of Children In Need.
Fearne said of the gig in a statement released ahead of the gig: 'I am so excited to see these incredible musicians perform back to back for one night only. It’s going to be an electric night, and it’s all in aid of a good cause. I can’t wait to be part of it and I’d encourage everyone, everywhere, to don their dancing shoes and join me!'
BBC Children in Need is currently supporting 2,700 projects in communities across the UK that are helping children and young people facing a range of disadvantages such as living in poverty, being disabled or ill, or experiencing distress, neglect or trauma.

The concert will be broadcast on BBC One in the run-up to the annual BBC Children in Need Appeal.
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