It is not unconnected with the raucous eavesdropping.
The 26-year-old British singer read her bare chest and underwear while playing “Margarita” in the cover inspired by the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy‘s swing from The Andrews Sisters.
Wearing a range of bavarian raunchy ensembles the Kosovan-born beauty presented itself as its three alter egos blended into a-margarita, before singing a vintage shot cover.
In Sean Frank’s film, scoring on Day 3, she played the role of three of the singing group of the swing era The Andrew Sisters, in a tribute to their iconic Hit Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy from Company B.
Dancing like the Divine Miss R, wearing her hair in loose braids, Margerita with crushed beams, and Conchita, with two braided bread, she wore a cheeky Bavarian dress, going topless in laderhosen with lace stockings.
And the songstress appeared to send an anti-Brexit message as she wore panties emblazoned with the words: I [heart] EU.
Having a jump blues dance-off, while lifting their skirts to reveal white cotton LOVE briefs the video ended with Rita whipping off her top to reveal her bare chest covered in heart-shaped pasties.
Hype Williams’ 90-second teaser has already garnered 1,056,886 Views since it launched on Monday.
Yesterday saw Irina Shayk as the star of Day 2, straddling a potter’s wheel, in ‘LOVE Ghost’ by Phil Poynter, recreating the sensual pottery scene made famous by Demi Moore in Ghost, and Bella Hadid, the launch star of this year’s LOVE Advent, was seen the day before in a flawless pastel-hued ab workout entitled ‘Aerobics,’ directed by Rankin.
Rita Ora made her LOVE Video Advent debut last year, festively attired in a marabou-trimmed rubber skirt and bralet, topped with a Santa hat, and singing Jingle Bell Rock a cappella, while flashing her panties.
Earlier this year, she starred in a LOVE Magazine centrefold, shot by Sølve Sundsbø and styled by LOVE Editor-in-Chief Katie Grand, with a jocular interview by Paul Flynn.
This formed part of Frolicking in Fluoro, a portfolio of delights and delinquents currently working their mischief in the worlds of fashion, film, art and music.
The star was recently in London to promote her upcoming second album, telling her pal Nick Grimshaw: ‘I’m excited for this new record. I’ve been working on it for two years.
‘I’ve just been in a really crazy musical state, so to be in a comfortable environment and grow up in my own skin, to kind of put music out there and write my own things, it’s great.
‘I’ve used a lot of live instrumentals, I’ve written a lot of records. So it’s just a very organic, authentic album.’
Original Article appear on Daily Mail