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Rita Ora: I haven’t chosen my BRITs outfit

Published 19/02/2013

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Rita Ora arrives for The Elle Style Awards 2012 at The Savoy Hotel

Rita Ora is yet to settle on an outfit for the BRIT Awards tomorrow night.

The singer is looking forward to attending the ceremony in London tomorrow night, where she is in the running for the best British single and best British breakthrough act prizes.

Although many stars ensure they have their look totally sorted weeks before such major events, Rita is more relaxed.

“I was looking at dresses this week and trying to pick my outfit,” she told British newspaper The Sun.

“We’ve got loads of options, I’ve been sent a few things.”

The star has warned her fans to expect something special when it comes to her outfit. Rita is known for her outrageous fashion choices, opting for a robot-inspired silver jumpsuit created by Emilio Pucci for a recent show.

This time around it’s unknown if she’ll go for something quite so extravagant, although Rita has hinted she wants to give her fans an outfit to remember.

“I’ve got to decide how many costume changes I’m going to have. You know I like to change my outfits!” she laughed. “I will leave it until the last minute and change my mind and then my team will start hyperventilating.”

Creative director Peter Dundas created Rita’s recent tour looks, with the all-in-one boasting a sweetheart neckline and panels across the chest.

“I was thrilled to design the costumes for Rita's Radioactive Tour, from the moment I met Rita we've had a great connection and doing something like this together felt like a natural progression," he explained. "The costumes have impact and flamboyance in a way that feels personal to Rita whilst staying true to the Emilio Pucci aesthetic."

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