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Rita Ora: You can bag my backside

Published 26/08/2015

Rita Ora
Rita Ora

Rita Ora has spoken about her favourite and least beloved bodyparts.

The 24-year-old Poison singer is considered to be one of the most beautiful pop stars in the world at the moment.

But despite her sensationally good looks, Rita confessed she still has anxiety over her figure when asked if she is a body confident person.

“No. I was never the most confident and there are still things that to this day I hate about myself,” she told UK newspaper The Sun’s TV Magazine.

“I wish my butt was tighter. Everyone has physical things they don’t like — I’m only human.”

Rita recently confessed she also disliked her breasts during her pubescent years.

However, the opposite sex helped the star grow to love her bosom.

“I started maturing when I was 14 [years old] so, for me, I hated my boobs and I went to musical theatre school so we wore leotards and did ballet," she told Britain’s Grazia magazine.

"I was the first one to have t*ts and I hated them until the hottest guy fancied me and then I liked them."

Rita was revealed as the new face of Tezenis earlier this summer.

And the songstress loves how the lingerie makes her feel when she puts it on.

“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 gushed. “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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