Scantily-clad Rita Ora shows edgy side in teaser for How To Be Lonely video

After releasing her new song How To Be Lonely earlier this month, she has been slowly teasing the racy video to accompany the track.

And in the latest clip from the video, Rita Ora showed her edgy side as she was seen to be cradled by a grizzly bear and also writhing in eggs.  

She was flaunting her stunning credentials in the clip, which will be released in full on Friday, much to the delight of her devoted fans.  

Grin and bear it: Rita Ora showed her edgy side as she was seen to be cradled by a grizzly bear and also writhing in eggs in the latest teaser for her new video for How To Be Lonely

Rita looked sensational in the video as she showed her artistic side while being cradled by a bear and sporting white lingerie and a beanie. 

She was then seen lying on a floor covered in what appeared to be eggs while flaunting her stunning figure to absolute perfection. 

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Yet more funky scenes saw Rita cradling a skeleton before putting on an emotional display and wrapping her arms around herself in moody scenes. 

On the backdrop on a stormy sky, the blonde beauty went for a more pared-back look sporting just a white top and dishevelled locks.  

Eggy: She was then seen lying on a floor covered in what appeared to be eggs while flaunting her stunning figure to absolute perfection

Skull and cross bones: Yet more funky scenes saw Rita cradling a skeleton before putting on an emotional display and wrapping her arms around herself in moody scenes

Natural: On the backdrop on a stormy sky, the blonde beauty went for a more pared-back look sporting just a white top and dishevelled locks

Another clip saw Rita strip off into the nude and covers herself in gold paint as she writhes around in a bath full of the metallic liquid.

Elsewhere, Rita, who initially appeared to be submerged under the paint, rose up before resting her head on the side of the bathtub and stared intensely at the camera.

The video then flips to a scene where a what seems to be a UFO begins to land and figures emerge at the front of an opening door.

It’s currently unclear what story Rita’s new video will tell, however it is bound to be sci-fi themed judging by the brief clip shared on her social media page. 

Cradling: Rita was putting on a tender display in raw scenes 

Golden girl:  Another clip saw Rita strip off into the nude and covers herself in gold paint as she writhes around in a bath full of the metallic liquid

Wow! In the teaser, Rita covers herself in gold paint as she writhes around in a bath full of the metallic liquid

The teaser came just a day after Rita posted a flashback snap of her taking a dip in a bikini, lamenting ‘happier days’.

Marking the photo March 2, days before the COVID-19 pandemic truly took hold, Rita captioned it: ‘My feet look huge! Happier days!’

The songstress showed off her lithe frame in the coral two-piece, her blonde mane pulled back, smiling as she took a dip in the pool. 

Spooky: The video then flips to a scene where a what seems to be a UFO begins to land and figures emerge at the front of an opening door

This came shortly after Rita’s mother Vera announced she was returning to the NHS frontline amid the current health crisis.

The healthcare professional is a psychiatrist and former GP, but revealed she will be lending support to A&E staff as they battle with the influx of coronavirus cases. 

Taking to Instagram on Monday, the 55-year-old doctor, uploaded a video explaining her decision to return as she urged her followers to stay at home to help stop the spread of the virus. 

What’s it all about? It’s currently unclear what story Rita’s new video will tell, however it is bound to be sci-fi themed judging by the brief clip shared on her social media page

Flashing her NHS card, Vera announced: ‘My name is Vera Ora and I’m a psychiatrist. 

‘I’m going back to work tomorrow – I work with mental health patients, however, due to the pressure on the NHS I will be asked to go to the frontline to help with A&E and other departments.

‘It’s a very dangerous time and not everyone is being safe and staying at home and we are becoming overwhelmed with patients coming through and putting everyone at risk.’

She added: ‘Please stay at home and follow the guidelines so I can help, and everyone else can help you be safe. Love you all.’ 

Making her return: Vera Ora is returning to the NHS frontline amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  The healthcare professional is a psychiatrist and former GP

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