She's a bit cheeky: Rita Ora shows off her derriere on stage in tiny shorts
22:39 GMT, 10 June 2012
She had opted for a sweet style wearing ice cream prints at the Summertime Ball on Saturday.
But it seems that Rita Ora was looking for something a little more controversial as she stepped out onto the stage today.
The 21-year-old singer took to the stage in Manchester in a pair of barely-there shorts as she performed as a supporting act for Coldplay.
There's not much to those are there: Rita Ora stepped out on stage in a pair of tiny turquoise shorts in Manchester tonight
As she turned around on stage she flashed the audience her bottom in the hip skimming shorts.
The R.I.P. singer teamed the turquoise shorts with a pink mesh vest which failed to cover much.
Luckily the top had the words Made Me emblazoned across her chest.
She's not afraid to flash: The 21-year-old singer showed off her derriere to the crowds at the Etihad stadium in Manchester when she turned around in her short shorts
She finished off her eclectic style with a bright purple and yellow cardigan.
The singer was also wearing several necklaces including a chunky chain, a bright blue eye a well as a silver design.
As well as performing at the Etihad Stadium Rita had been working in a studio during her time in Manchester.
Energetic gig: The RIP singer, who was the supporting act for Coldplay was seen stomping around the stage
She's got the attitude: Rita teamed her tiny shorts with a mesh vest and a brightly coloured cardigan
She tweeted: 'LISTENING TO MY ALBUM TRACKS RIGHT NOW IN THE STUDIO IN MANCHESTER ALL I CAN SAY GUYS IS WERE GETTIN ON THIS RIDE TOGETHER!!!!!'
Rita has recently spoken out about being signed to Jay's label Roc Nation and how the rapper is like 'family'.
Cool family: Rita has recently revealed that she thinks of Jay Z as 'family'
Speaking to More magazine she said: 'He's a great boss. It's like family. Jay cares about his artists, his business and people's feelings. That's what sets him apart from everyone else.'
'They gave me three years to do my album; two years to find myself and a year to record it.
'People don't usually do that nowadays because, realistically, there's no money, but I guess he just believed in me.''