Rita Ora Bares Her Top Half In Tiny Multi-Colored Bikini On A Yacht During Tuscany Vacation

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Singer Rita Ora is relaxing in Tuscany, Italy, with her boyfriend, Andrew Watt. Each day of her trip, she’s hit the beach showing off her stunning figure in a wide variety of cute bikinis. However, recently, it was more what she wasn’t wearing than what she was.

According to a report from the Daily Mail, the “Girls” singer took her relaxation to another level when she ditched her bikini top to sunbathe topless on the yacht. Watt was on hand to help her slip out of her top and enjoy herself topless sunbathing. Her 27-year-old boyfriend certainly enjoyed the scenery.

On her bottom half, Ora wore a cute multicolored pair of bikini bottoms. Makeup free, she swept her flame-colored hair into a messy ponytail that was perfect for spending time on a boat. In the pictures, the “Hot Right Now” singer appeared to inspect her newly acquired vacation tan lines, and she pointed them out to Watt, who seemed to be agreeable to the situation.

As for Watt, his boat wear included pale blue shorts and a ripped white T-shirt. He completed his casual look with a man bun and red-tinted sunglasses, which fit his typical style perfectly.

When it came time to put her top back on, Watt assisted Ora in trying on several different colorful tops until the singer finally settled on the multicolored string bikini top in the same fabric as the bikini bottoms she wore.

Earlier in her romantic Italian vacation, Inquisitr reported that Ora flaunted her curves in the same bikini on the beach. Later that day, they took a trip on the yacht where they enjoyed a more intimate moment together, which of course, paparazzi caught.

In the months leading up to her well-deserved break, Ora made headlines over the controversy her song, “Girls,” caused because many in the LGBTQIA community believed that the song sounded utterly tone deaf and harmed the movement rather than strengthened it. In fact, some people think she used bi-sexuality simply as a marketing gimmick to sell music.

However, Ora tweeted a statement that explained her position.

“Girls was written to represent my truth and is an accurate account of a very real and honest experience in my life. I have had romantic relationships with women and men throughout my life and this is my personal journey.”

Ultimately, she apologized to anybody the song may have hurt, and she thanked her fans for teaching her to love herself no matter what.