Rita Ora has continued with her chameleon ways by changing up her look again ahead of a photo shoot.
The 30-year-old singer has been working Down Under in recent weeks as she serves as a mentor on the latest season of The Voice Australia.
After falling foul of authorities in the UK with her lockdown breaking birthday party, Rita seems to be enjoying life in the Australian sunshine as she puts a difficult few months behind her.
The singer has been embracing her glamorous side again and has once again turned heads with a number of photo shoots while living and working in Sydney.
She has showed off her latest makeover on her Instagram Stories as she falls under the attention of hairstylist Lok Lau.
Rita is seen having her hair finished off by the stylist, as she looks resplendent in a yellow dress with crossover straps, which helped to accentuate her cleavage.
She is pleased with what she is having done, captioning the picture: “”@lok_lau got me all silkyyyyy”
It is not just her hair that is made to look different from her normal style, the singer seems to have added a filter to the short clip.
As stars sparkle around her body, Rita seems to have smoothed her face with the filter.
Rita is making the most of her time in Sydney while filming The Voice.
She is set to be joined by Keith Urban, Guy Sebastian and Jessica Mauboy on the judging panel.
In recent days, she was sunning it up in a bikini in-between filming breaks.
However she spent 14 days in quarantine before she was allowed to explore, due to lockdown rules.
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It appears Rita is sticking to the rules following her UK lockdown-flouting drama, where she hosted a 30th birthday bash at a restaurant in London, back in November.
In a statement at the time, Rita said she is “deeply sorry” and takes “full responsibility” for her actions.
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