Australia Rita Ora looks stunning in T-shirt and colour-block leather trousers
Rita Ora reveals she's 'grateful' to work on The Voice Australia
Rita Ora has revealed how elated she is to have joined the line-up for The Voice Australia, as the show prepares to begin filming later this week. The British musician - who has just completed her mandatory 14-day quarantine after jetting in from England - spoke out after meeting her fellow judges Keith Urban, Jessica Mauboy and Guy Sebastian for the first time in Sydney on Wednesday. Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Rita said: 'I’m really grateful to have been invited here to be a part of The Voice this year. I can’t wait to be able to mentor the amazing talent out here, let’s go.
She's currently Down Under where she's set to begin her role as a judge on The Voice Australia.
And Rita Ora looked stunning as she 'wrapped a long but exciting day' wearing a casual T-shirt and striking colour-block leather trousers.
The singer, 30, beamed for the camera in a post she shared with her 16million Instagram followers on Tuesday.
She sported a black T-shirt with white and red writing across the front which complemented her unusual trousers.
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The Bang Bang songstress went for a bold choice of trousers, sporting a blue, red and black panelled leather number with a silver zip down the front.
Rita styled her golden tresses in gorgeous waves that tumbled down past her shoulders and framed her face.
She smiled for the camera wearing a full face of makeup, adding a bright pink lip and smokey eye to draw attention to her features.
The star left her accessories minimal, only adding a few rings to her look, but donning matching red sunglasses as she posed in one snap.
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She captioned the snaps: 'We just wrapped a long but exciting day!! Have you heard bang yet?
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'Thank you to all the radio stations and streaming platforms who have supported! I’m so grateful ❤️'.
It comes after Rita revealed how elated she is to have joined the line-up for The Voice Australia, as the show prepares to begin filming later this week.
The British musician - who has just completed her mandatory 14-day quarantine after jetting in from England - spoke out after meeting her fellow judges Keith Urban, Jessica Mauboy and Guy Sebastian for the first time in Sydney on Wednesday.
Speaking to, Rita said: 'I’m really grateful to have been invited here to be a part of The Voice this year. I can’t wait to be able to mentor the amazing talent out here, let’s go.'
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The Duchess of Sussex, 39, highlighted her blossoming baby bump in the black silk Armani dress, which was belted above her stomach and featured floral embroidery over one shoulder. Meanwhile she paid tribute to her late mother-in-law by borrowing a dazzling diamond tennis Cartier bracelet from Princess Diana's jewellery collection, which retails for an eye-watering £17,700. The Duchess is known for her love of designer brands, and her first maternity wardrobe is believed to have cost over half a million pounds. It was further boosted by decadent jewellery, which adds financial value to several of her outfits.
Rita landed Down Under at the beginning of the month, after flying over from her home in London to appear on the panel.
Her appearance in Sydney comes after the singer's lockdown-flouting 30th birthday bash in London in November, a move which saw her branded 'selfish' by police.
Meanwhile, Rita celebrated Kosovo Independence Day on Wednesday as she posed in traditional clothing to mark the annual occasion.
The Body On Me hitmaker took to Instagram and shared a series of snaps in the garment, which she wore for her recent Big music video.
The musician was born in Pristina, in the former Yugoslavia, to Albanian parents, who relocated to London a year after Rita was born due to the persecution of Albanians.
Rita's striking outfit consisted of a black long-sleeved dress with gold embroidery and a pleated hemline.
The Masked Singer UK judge donned a white shirt with matching tights along with an extravagant red and black headpiece.
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Alongside the snaps, she wrote: 'Happy Independence Day Kosova!!!' along with a message in Albanian reading: 'Congratulations on 13 years of our Kosovo independence!'
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