She is known for her taut physique by leading an exercise-filled lifestyle.
And the day after Jonathan Ross’s Halloween party was not an excuse for a day off as Rita Ora, 31, got straight back into the gym to pump some iron on Tuesday morning.
The singer posed in her activewear beside some spooky decorations, including a ‘dead body’ wrapped up in a black bin bag – also with running trainers on.
Spooky session: The day after Jonathan Ross’s Halloween party was not an excuse for a day off as Rita Ora, 31, got straight back into the gym to pump some iron on Tuesday morning
Next to that was a black ‘coffin’ with ‘RIP’ written on the top, as well as a creepy looking skull placed on top.
The Poison singer wore a black sports bra and high-waisted khaki green sports leggings, as well as a pair of quirky yellow and white trainers.
Her outfit showcased her toned physique and her svelte waist.
She captioned the snap, shared to her 16.1million followers: ‘Working out after Halloween.’
Creepy: The singer posed in her activewear beside some spooky decorations, including a ‘dead body’ wrapped up in a black bin bag – also with running trainers on
The night before, Rita appeared alongside other celebs at the star-studded event at London’s Koko club in Camden.
She transformed into Lisle Von Rhuman from Death Becomes Her, wearing a racy beaded chain top, the Fifty Shades of Grey actress paired the red, black and white number with a rouge thigh-split tie-up skirt.
Rita wore a pair of black peeptoe heels, adding some height to her frame.
Pumping iron: She captioned the snap, shared to her 16.1million followers: ‘Working out after Halloween’
She wore a slick black bob wig to really hone in on the character, as well as wearing a black smokey eyeshadow look and bold red lip.
To finish off, she held her very own bottle of ‘magic potion’ as she posed for snaps outside the annual event by TV host Jonathan Ross.
Rita, who was recently announced as the host of this year’s MTV EMAs, has also recently launched a new brand called Humans Being.
The leisurewear garments are designed by the actress to be eco-conscious and she is said to have closely with technicians in fashion and sustainability.
In character: The night before, Rita appeared alongside other celebs at a Halloween party at London’s Koko club in Camden, transforming into Lisle Von Rhuman from Death Becomes Her
She will be Chief Creative Officer for the brand, as well as its founder.
Rita said: Fashion has always been an instrumental part of my life. When I was a teenager I worked in the shoe shop, Size? on Portobello road.
‘I remember going to the market there to look for the perfect vintage pieces to pair with the trainers I got through my job. I loved the idea of mixing modern and vintage styles, repurposing an item from the past in a way that made me feel special and unique, and it s something I still do to this day.
‘When I founded Humans Being, I wanted to embody this same mentality using recyclable materials to create clothing that s both stylish and comfortable.
‘It was important for me to create looks that people can feel good wearing both inside and out. I’ve put together an absolute dream team for this, and I can t wait for people to get their hands on it .
Humans Being makes eco-conscious decisions from the start of design, through to packaging and even beyond the garment’s lifespan.
Crafted from sustainable and recyclable materials with a circular life cycle, recycled plastic bottles, and natural materials like organic cotton, the Humans Being collection designs truly eco-conscious, quality pieces that are built to last and made to empower.’
Humans Being has partnered with Reskinned, where consumers’ end-of-life garments are collected or posted in a local portal to be transformed into storied materials. It is also teaming up with the World Land Trust, with a portion of every sale funding the purchase and protection of the rainforest.
The debut collection features 12 garments, including cycling shorts, sweatshirts, joggers, sports bras and leggings, each coming in 6 different colourways.
Gym-credible! Rita has also launched her own activewear range called Humans Being, which is a collection of luxury sustainable garments
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