From a custom sheer Moschino look for her recent New Look video, to a golden chainmail leotard during her Phoenix world tour – you name it, Rita has done it.
So only a fool would have thought that her recent holiday to Ibiza was going to be anything but a flesh-flashing opportunity.
Over the past few days, the starlet has looked sensational as she enjoyed a well earned break in her hectic schedule.
Taking to Instagram, Rita Ora’s latest snap is as provocative as ever.
Stripping off to a tiny thong style bikini, the Let You Love Me songstress proudly flaunted her gym-honed frame as she posed on a private boat.
Gazing out into the blue ocean, Rita, 28, proudly exposed her perky behind as her pal snapped away.
The chart-topper captioned the shot: “Till next time beeeefa.”
Within minutes the post was flooded with messages from excited fans, most notably from American comedian Chelsea Handler.
The blonde babe jokingly replied: “We get it!!! You’re on vacation and you have no cellulite. My god.”
“We get it!!! You’re on vacation and you have no cellulite. My god”
Taking the joke in good humour, Rita quickly responded: “For now lol.
“Oh and I drink water lol #stayhydrated.”
However, Rita’s downtime isn’t set to last long as Calvin Harris’ ex is playing Meo Sudoeste festival in Portugal this evening.
The Ritual babe will then jet off to Asia for shows in Korea and Japan.
Previously speaking about her gruelling schedule, Rita admitted she was determined not to fade into obscurity after the infamous legal dispute with her former record label Roc Nation.
The Only Want You gal explained: “I did have a long moment in my life for the past few years where I didn’t know if it was possible to put out another album and I was really scared.
“I thought ‘oh my god shall I just give up and wrap it up’? Then I remembered something… I was like ‘I don’t know what else I can do.’
“I remember feeling really low and feeling that everything was over.”
Speaking candidly at Notting Hill Arts Club, Rita continued: “I know it didn’t look like that from the outside as I was doing lots of stuff, but on the inside I was extremely lonely.
“I felt extremely worthless. I felt like a piece of poo.
“I didn’t know what I could do if I couldn’t sing another song out in the open.”