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Rita Ora: 'Nipple slips are fun'

Published 09/12/2015

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora doesn't mind experiencing a wardrobe malfunction, as she quite enjoys them.

Rita Ora thinks it's fun when her boobs pop out of a risqué outfit.

The singer is known for her revealing wardrobe choices, both on and off the stage. For her stint as a judge on the UK version of The X Factor, Rita has been pulling out all the fashion stops for the live shows. On Saturday (05Dec15) she wore a daring Versace Atelier gown, which fell to her navel. When she left the studio to party her dress slipped, revealing her nipple to the awaiting paparazzi.

“It’s fun," Rita laughed to Britain's The Sun newspaper. "It has happened to me lots so I am not paranoid about it anymore. You end up losing track of them.

“Whatever, you have got to take some risks in fashion. That was a risk that I took and I am proud of it."

Luckily the loose dress covered her modesty while live on air, although viewers were quick to predict a wardrobe malfunction on Twitter.

"I made sure everything was in place!” Rita insisted.

The long-sleeved, floor-length Versace gown was tame in comparison to some of Rita's racier looks of late. For an appearance at notorious London nightclub GAY in the summer (15), the 25-year-old wore a cut-out, sheer body stocking, which showed off her toned abs and derrière. At Wireless Festival in June she went for just as little; a black bra and high-waisted knickers with fringing detail.

“From the start I have always been the type to wear what I want," Rita said. "It is all about being an individual. I feel comfortable in what I wear.”

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