Rita Ora welcomes excited fans at an album signing while sporting a green velvet tracksuit that is casually chic
Rita Ora cut a trendy figure as she stepped out in Liverpool for a signing on Saturday after the release of her third studio album.
The singer, 32, who has named the new record You & I, looked effortlessly stylish in a green zebra print velvet tracksuit for the outing.
The Let You Love Me hitmaker paired the ensemble with black chunky heels and sported brown tinned sunglasses.
Styling her caramel locks into curls, the star beamed from ear to ear as she greeted fans at the HMV store.
Rita opted for a bronzed palette of make-up, opting for an orange eyeshadow palette and a touch of bronzer on her eyes and cheeks.
Her nails were perfectly polished with pink and she beamed from ear to ear as she held her masterpiece in her hand, showing off the stunning artwork for the cover.
The star has likened this album – which was released on Friday — to a ‘diary’ and has co-written every track.
Talking about her new music, Rita said: ‘The ‘You’ in You & I represents more than just the man I love.
‘It’s my mum, my friends, my fans, and in some ways, it represents the relationship I have with myself.
‘This album has been like my diary for the past two years, and I’m so thrilled you finally get to hear it.’
In the album, The Masked Singer judge takes a trip down memory lane with Girl in the Mirror, playing homage to her younger self, whilst Notting Hill, looks back to her teenage years.
The defiant Shape of Me also serves a bittersweet ode to Rita’s relationship with her mother.
Rita revealed she wrote her titular album single You & I the morning after her wedding to Taika Waititi while nursing a hangover.
Appearing on Capital Breakfast, she told Chris Stark, Roman Kemp and Sian Welby the hilarious story about how she was meeting with a producer who could not do any other day,
so she snuck away from her new husband and wrote the candid new track in a ‘morning after the night before’ haze.