Rita Ora sends fans into meltdown as she poses for snaps in plunging crop top

Rita Ora sent her fans wild by sharing snaps of her looking sexy in a skimpy crop top.

The Hot Right Now singer positively sizzled in the string of images uploaded to Instagram, which showed her posing before doing an arm workout with presenter Davina McCall.

Rita's jaw-dropping curves were on show in the nude coloured top, which she wore with form-fitting blue yoga pants.

A delicate gold chain hung around her neck and the singer's long blonde curls cascaded over her shoulders.

Dramatic eye-make up and a deep pink lipstick completed the star's sensational look.

"She keeps us strong. Always time for a 5 minute arm work out before showtime!" Rita captioned the photos.

She also shared a video clip of her working on her moves with Davina.

Her fans were dazzled by the new pics, and many flocked to the comments section to litter it with flaming hot and hearts in eyes emojis.

"You are absolutely gorgeous," said one admirer, while another said the star was a "perfect queen".

"YOU LOOK SO GOOD OMG STOP," said another.

"Hottie!" declared another fan, while many said the songstress was "beautiful".

"You are our sunshine," gushed another fan, while a couple jokingly asked if Rita would marry them.

Davina also gave the post a thumbs up, posting: "Yesssssssss Rita!!! Doing it again tonight."

Rita and Davina didn't share what they were working on.

However, it was likely to be The Masked Singer.

The pair were on the first two series of the hit show and are set to return for its third run.

Rita's latest social media display follows after the star stripped topless for a glamorous photoshoot earlier this month.

She was pictured soaking up the sun in just a pair of skin-tight white leggings.

Rita carefully arranged her hands over her chest to hide her nipples as she tipped her head back for the camera – and to enjoy the sunshine.

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