Bet she's feeling really Hot Right Now in that jacket: Rita Ora looks sweltering in a furry coat at Radio 1 Live Lounge
13:57 GMT, 10 August 2012
With the warm sunshine out in force, today has been billed as the hottest days of the London Olypics so far.
But it appears Rita Ora wasn't quite aware of the forecast as she chose her outfit for her appearance on BBC Radio 1 today.
Arriving to record with Live Lounge session with pregnant presenter Fearne Cotton, the 21-year-old singer looked sweltering in her many layers.
Hot Right Now: Rita Ora is layered up in a big fluffy coat as she leaves the BBC Radio 1 studios in London today
The West Londoner wore a pair of long leather Christian Louboutin boots, a baseball shirt and oversized frilly sized coat.
The jade colour of the coat was compared by some fans on Twitter to Sully from Monsters Inc.
During her appearance in the studio, she performed a cover of One Direction's What Makes You Beautiful and her latest single How We Do (Party).
The song has already reached No.1 in the Irish charts, overtaking Calvin Harris and Example's We'll Be Coming Back.
Dressed for winter: The singer teamed up flamboyant outfit with a red Hermes Birkin bag
Rita is also hoping for another No.1 in the UK charts, after her debut single R.I.P. reached the top spot in May.
R.I.P. is the lead single from Ora's
debut album and is her first solo record since she signed with Jay-Z's
Roc Nation label two years ago.
Although she's only 21, Rita says she hopes one day to combine motherhood with her music career.
Meeting her public: Rita looked happy to see her fans waiting outside the studio
She said: 'Beyonc was, and she still is, such an inspiration. She's been in the game for so long you think she's older but she's only 30.
'She's a superwoman with a career and a family. I hope one day I can do the same – baby in one arm, microphone in the other.'
Although brought up in West London, Ora was actually born in Pristina, Yugoslavia – now present day Kosovo – and moved to England with her family when she was a baby.