Rita Ora

The Masked Singer judge later apologised for her "inexcusable error of judgment".
The presenter did not hold back during an appearance on The Last Leg.
The singer failed to self-isolate for two weeks after returning from a work trip to Egypt.
The chart-topping singer came under fire after it emerged she'd marked her birthday with a gathering in London, despite England's coronavirus restrictions.
"She knew what she was doing, we are in a national lockdown – it's not a secret!" the Good Morning Britain host fumed.
"It was a spur of the moment decision made with the misguided view that we were coming out of lockdown and this would be OK," she said.
Boris Johnson's spokesperson said everyone needs to follow the lockdown rules and that enforcement is "for the police".
British Celebrities like Rita Ora, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Alexa Chung have agreed to clearly state when they are being paid to advertise for brands on social media platforms like Instagram. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) secured the commitments from 16 celebrities to highlight how consumer protection law requires online influencers to disclose when they have been paid or incentivised to endorse a brand. Due to the personal nature of social media, the CMA argues that millions of followers may think that a celeb’s clothes, holidays or places they eat are personal preference, when they could be paid advertisements.
A fair few of our faves are missing from the shortlist.