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Rita Ora Melts Her Watermelon Popsicle In Hot String Bikini

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By Rebecca Cukier

Rita Ora doesn't have heat on her side right now – the Kosovo-born and U.K.-based singer is in a country that barely hit 65 degrees today. Still, the "queen of underboob" and hit songstress knows how to heat it up. Rita stripped down to a racy animal-print bikini from her British lock-down ahead of the weekend. The "How To Be Lonely" singer had also brought along a frozen snack, with her smoking bikini body doing a good job of melting it.

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Lock-Down Is One Giant Bikini Carousel

Rita Ora poses outdoors in a bikini
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And Instagram isn't complaining. Scroll for Rita's popsicle photo, with the shot following Rita's May 19 bikini – that snap currently sits at over 750,000 likes, also getting the thumbs-up from 22-year-old actress Bella Thorne. The photo showed Rita in a sun-drenched backyard and flaunting her summer body in a teeny tiny zebra-print bikini, with the rock-hard abs and cleavage alive and well as Rita treated herself to a watermelon popsicle seen in her mouth. Shades atop the blonde's head added summer vibes, with a fun watermelon emoji shouting out the fruity theme.

Quarantine In British Farmhouse Sparks Complaints

Rita Ora poses in a farmhouse
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April saw Rita make headlines for leaving locals "furious" as her quarantine squad deal – complete with gal pals – turned ugly. A farmer is said to have "shouted" at the star's posse after they entered private land, although that's something Rita has plenty of as she social distances from an old-fashioned farmhouse in the upscale Cotsworlds region. "I’ve been lucky enough to be surrounded by the English countryside. I don’t usually have the chance to spend too long in one place at one time, so I’m really soaking it in," she told Vogue.

Marking George Floyd Murder

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Rita joins the slew of celebrities now taking to Instagram to mark the murder of 46-year-old black man George Floyd – despite saying: "Please, I can't breathe" as a former white police officer kneeled on his neck for over eight minutes, Floyd's plea was ignored and he died. Rita posted a "TIME" magazine cover showing 1968 riots on Friday, with the date crossed out for 1968 and 2015 – 2020 was in red. "There comes a time when silence is betrayal," she wrote, quoting Martin Luther King Jr. Scroll for her sheer lingerie look.

Body Sets Instagram Ablaze

Rita Ora poses in a sheer lingerie top
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Rita, who has 16.2 million followers, has proven one of the celebrity world's biggest sun worshippers amid COVID-19. Those backyard farmhouse snaps have been steady, with Rita invariably going skimpy in cleavage-flashing looks as she soaks up the British sun. Indoor time has, however, been mentioned, with Rita telling Vogue that she's been spending time in the studio: "The studio is my safe haven. I’m very lucky to have space to create and make music in isolation," she told the magazine.

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