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Rita Ora strips to bra and hot pants for sizzling display: 'I'm feeling myself'

Rita Ora strips to bra and hot pants for sizzling display: 'I'm feeling myself'

Entertainment
The Anywhere singer is currently on a promotional tour in Hong Kong, where she performed her hit songs at a sell-out concert last night.Making sure to keep the 12.7 million followers of her Rita Ora Instagram  profile updated, the starlet posted a series of videos from the special occasion.Flaunting her sex appeal to the masses, the 27-year-old unveiled her flesh-flashing stage outfit, which clung to her curves like a second skin.Reviving the underwear as outerwear trend, the blonde rocked a cleavage-popping sports bra and a bedazzled pair of hot pants.InstagramRITA ORA HONG KONG: The Anywhere singer paraded her cleavage and abs in bedazzled underwearRita Ora's sexiest snaps Singer Rita Ora and her sexiest snaps around.InstagramCHECK HER OUT: The Brit beauty strutted her stuff ba...
'Mourinho was slaughtered but got a point… am I going mad?' – Joey Barton hits out at praise for Man City display at Anfield

'Mourinho was slaughtered but got a point… am I going mad?' – Joey Barton hits out at praise for Man City display at Anfield

Sports
Pep GuardiolaMonday, January 15, 2018Joey Barton says he cannot understand the positive reaction to Manchester City's display against Liverpool.City lost their unbeaten Premier League record in a thrilling match at Anfield on Sunday, going down 4-3, but earned plenty of plaudits for their attacking performance.Barton, though, insists only the result matters and is amazed by the different reactions to Manchester United's goalless draw at Anfield earlier in the season and City's defeat against Jurgen Klopp’s side.Jose Mourinho was widely criticised for his defensive approach against Liverpool in October's clash on Merseyside, despite United picking up a point."Mourinho comes to Anfield, parks the bus and gets absolutely slaughtered," said Barton."Then Guardiola goes there, pas
Venus and Jupiter conjunction: Sky-watchers await dawn display

Venus and Jupiter conjunction: Sky-watchers await dawn display

Science
Jupiter and Venus will be visible to the naked eye close together in the sky before dawn on Monday.The planets will appear in conjunction in the south-east, just above the horizon, and may appear to look like one bright star. In the UK, the best viewing time will be 40 minutes before sunrise.Jupiter's four Galilean moons will also be visible to those with a telescope. Clear skies are needed - and forecast for much of England and Wales.Watch: The dog that orbited the earthThe astronaut who was told she would never go to spaceThe planets will be seen best by those in mid-northern latitudes around the world, including the UK and northern US.Observers will have to have an uninterrupted view to the south-east as the planets will be very low in the sky.You may also like: Let's block ads! (Why?) ...