Rita Ora went a bit risque to match her new single when she gave a performance of it at her latest gig.
The singer showed off new track Girls during her concert in Leeds, and while belting out the track all about her sexuality, she wore a daring skintight bodysuit that takes a whole heck of body confidence to pull off.
She gave a raunchy performance too as she sang about being bisexual and kissing girls.
Im 50/50, and Im not gonna hide it. Im not hiding what I am, who I am, if I wanna do this, if I wanna do that. Thats just how its gonna be, she previously told People about the songs meaning.
Im definitely an open book with this record.
And its been speculated over that the song might be about Cara Delevingne, with references in her lyrics to the lion tattoo on Caras finger.
Rita and Caras relationship has always been speculated about, a source told The Sun. While they never confirmed or denied anything, Rita has definitely allowed her music to do the talking.
She has been honest with pals about what went on with her and Cara and during the recording process in the studio. She was happy to discuss the model being the main influence behind the track.
Ritas new track has proven controversial, annoying the likes of Hayley Kiyoko, who took to social media to complain the song belittled and invalidated the LGBTQ community.
She wrote: Its important for us artists to use our platforms to move the cultural needle forward, not backwards. There is a new song that came out today featuring a handful of well known pop artists that has me overwhelmed with thoughts.
She added that she felt the song was tone deaf, and called Rita out for singing about needing to drink alcohol to kiss girls.
But every so often there come certain songs with messaging that is just downright tone-deaf, she said. Which does more harm than good for the LGBTQ+ community. A song like this just fuels the male gaze while marginalising the idea of women loving women.
I dont need to drink wine to kiss girls; Ive loved women my entire life. This type of message is dangerous because it completely belittles and invalidates the very pure feelings of an entire community.
I feel I have a responsibility to protect that whenever possible.
We can do better.