Within the past week, Pharrell Williams and Rita Ora have both rocked SpongeBob Squarepants ensembles. Clearly, the two are enamored with the tiny little sponge with the high-pitched giggle who famously "lives in a pineapple under the sea." While Pharrell rocked the SpongeBob onesie pajamas, Ora looked casually chic in a Spongebob sweater dress. Which singer pulls off the SpongeBob look the best?
Rita Ora and her doe eyes -- seriously, look at those lashes! -- and matte red lips cover the new issues of Paper magazine. Ora is wearing a bejewled crown hair accessory, and it looks like an interpretation of a crown of thorns.
Ora is a legit pop star in the U.K., but stateside, she is better known for her many modeling gigs than she is for her tunes. She hopes that is about to change.
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Destiny's Child is one of the greatest -- if not the greatest -- girl groups of all time, and female singers love to pay tribute to the power trio that is Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. 'X Factor' alum Fifth Harmony showed off their chops while rocking out to 'Independent Women,' while Rita Ora brought down the house with her cover of 'Say My Name.' Who nails their cover of Destiny's Child better?
Rita Ora is beginning her second season as the face of Madonna's Material Girl line, which is sold exclusively at Macy's and co-designed by her teenage daughter, Lola. This campaign, dubbed 'Material Girl Hits Miami,' finds the singer and 'Fifty Shades of Grey' star posing like a blonde bombshell and snapped in a variety of steamy locales.