Rita Ora might have won Halloween this year.
The Your Song singer attended the KISS Haunted Party on Friday and was completely unrecognisable after transforming into rapper Post Malone.
And it was pretty genius.
Clearly putting great effort into the costume, Rita, 27, donned a series of fake face tattoos to resemble the US rappers heavily inked face while also sporting a curly wig. The pop star looked every inch a rap star with gold jewellery, grilled teeth and a denim waistcoat with plaid shirt.
Sharing photos of her new look on Instagram, Rita said: Ima get Halloween started for you the right way… postttyyyyyy I LOVE YOU BRO @postmalone…ratatatatataata wassssss gooood!! And this is also a BIG thank you to getting me to 14 million!
No doubt Post appreciates the gesture.
Rita even performed at the Halloween event in full costume and arrived on-stage with Posts hit single Rockstar playing.
Alongside a video showing her swinging a bottle of alcohol on-stage, Rita wrote: What the fuck is good HALLOWEEN 2018 @postmalone i LOVE you bro. Surprised Wembley as you tonight at my show my fans didnt even recognise me LOL.
Explaining her surprising appearance, Rita later told the audience while performing her own songs: I know Ive got a beard and brown hair but Im going as Post Malone tonight.
After the show, Rita then headed off for a cheeky Nandos and showed off her delicious plate of food while jokingly talking in an American accent.
Post Malone is yet to react to Ritas brilliant tribute but hell no doubt approve from afar.
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Perhaps Rita is angling for a collaboration with the rapper but it may be too late as she has already shared the tracklist for her forthcoming album Phoenix.
The star-studded tracklist includes collaborations with Liam Payne, Rudimental, Julia Michaels, Cardi B, Charlie XCX and the late Avicii.
Phoenix is set for release on 23 November.
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