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Rita Ora: I hated my big boobs

Published 24/07/2015

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora struggles to find matching underwear as her boobs are too big.

The 24-year-old star was recently announced as the face of underwear brand Tezenis and appeared in a catwalk presentation for the brand wearing racy lingerie earlier this week.

The singer admits she has always had sizeable assets and remembers how she used to begrudge them as a teenager.

"I started maturing when I was 14 and so for me, I hated my boobs, and I went to musical theatre school, so we wore leotards and did ballet. I was the first one to have t*ts and I hated them until the hottest guy fancied me and then I liked them!" she laughed to Grazia Daily. "Then I got older and started to embrace my body. It takes a while though."

Rita is no stranger to appearing in fashion campaigns and has posed for the likes of Roberto Cavalli in the past, so felt comfortable in front of the camera in her new role. She even shared a cheeky snap of herself in a sequined black bra and lacy knickers from the brand on Instagram recently, which received nearly 200,000 likes.

Joining forces with Tezenis has proved beneficial for Rita personally too as she used to struggle with finding underwear sets that fit due to her chest.

"It's my first underwear endorsement. I get offered a lot of things and I don't say yes unless I really like them, but this is really good underwear dude," she added. "My t*ts are kind of big, so when I have underwear it never matches. The straps are fat and it's not hot, but this is good because it's supportive and has no padding and thin straps. They have all shapes and sizes, but they have options for bigger sizes."

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