Rita Ora Poses Topless On Cover Of French Magazine Lui In Her Most Naked Photoshoot Yet (PICS)

29/01/2016 08:45 | Updated 25 April 2016

Remember when Kim Kardashian broke the internet with her naked Paper magazine cover back in 2014? Well, Rita Ora looks set to follow in her footsteps after unveiling her latest photoshoot.

The ‘X Factor’ judge has posed topless on the cover of French magazine, Lui.

Warning: The pics below are not suitable for work.


The pictures were shot by controversial snapper Terry Richardson, who has famously photographed the likes of Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga in the nude before.

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Rita Ora posed topless for Lui magazine

Rita can be seen wearing a PVC miniskirt, proudly opening her blue shirt to bare her breasts.

While she is no stranger to posing without many clothes on, the cover marks the first time she has gone topless for the camera.

The singer also shared a censored version on her own Instagram page, writing: “‘FREEDOM’” Being ME without permission.”

The cover follows Rita’s revealing display at Paris Fashion Week earlier this month.

She debuted one of her most daring fashion choices to date at the Versace fashion show, opting for a head-turner of a mini-dress, which featured cut out sections and bits of rope just about holding it all together.

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Rita turned heads at Paris Fashion Week

And because of those flesh-flashing sections, the 25-year-old didn’t bother with underwear underneath the Versace couture frock.

Rita recently cast her future on ‘The X Factor’ in doubt, after winning the show with contestant Louisa Johnson last month, despite only joining the ITV talent show last year.

Following Louisa’s victory, she said: “As a new judge, [winning] is a good way to leave the show.”

Simon Cowell will be looking to shake the show up, following disappointing ratings for the latest series, with rumours suggesting that Nick Grimshaw could be axed from the panel, with Louis Walsh set to make a return.

Rita Ora In Versace At Paris Fashion Week

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