Lady in Hot Red! Rita Ora turns heads in plunging scarlet gown with saucy thigh-high split at the Cartier bash in London

The 26 year-old Boobylicious British singer Rita Ora, set pulses racing in a saucy plunging red gown, complete with a daring thigh-high split, as she made her way home from the Freemasons Hall in Covent Garden. 

The RIP crooner showed off her enviably busty figure in the satin gown, which cut into a daringly low sweetheart neckline to flash her ample cleavage to all. As she made a show-stopping appearance at a Cartier bash in London.
Pulling into chic bardot sleeves, the dress accentuated her svelte figure by clinging to her slender waist and hips, before cascading to the floor in a dramatic full skirt.

Making the look even saucier however, the gown then cut into a thigh-high split up the centre to give a flash of her enviably long and lean legs underneath.

Keeping all eyes on her statement dress, Rita simply accessorised with silver pointed court shoes, and styled her hair into sexy, tousled waves. 
Tying her look together with a classically glamorous slick of red lipstick, the pop star commanded attention as she made her way home from the bash - where she had performed her new single Your Song.

The hit, written by Ed Sheeran, was released at the end of May, and found success by reaching the top 10 in the UK chart.
Rita has been busy promoting her new music over the last few weeks, and recently revealed that getting back to songwriting has been therapeutic for her.

Speaking to Notion magazine, the beauty admitted: 'I always thought I had to be this kind of unbreakable person, just because my mum is - she's so strong - and as a woman, I've always thought I had to be like that.
'I really realised in songwriting, the more open you are the better it is for you, it's really like therapy.'

Your Song is her first musical offering following a lawsuit battle, since releasing debut album Ora in 2012.

However after a tense few years fighting against her record label and pursuing other projects, the Kosovo-born star now admits she feels she has 'found herself' - which is reflected in her new album, set for release in November.
Speaking to the Evening Standard last week, she explained: 'I finally feel like I've figured myself out as a person. I feel content on stage, and have a solid group of amazing fans that are really supportive.
'So we wrote about stuff like that — a new start, a new page, love and how good that feels and having the chance to really start again. I learned about getting in tune with my vulnerable side, and that it's OK.'


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