New red carpet look? Rita Ora flashes her underwear under a bathrobe and towel … and $7.8 mil in diamonds

Rita Ora set social media on fire this weekend after a number of questionable fashion choices. She appears to have a method to her madness, though nobody can figure out what that is.

The British singer and actress arrived at the MTV European Music Awards in London on Sunday literally wearing a white bathrobe and white towel around her head as if she had just gotten out of the shower.

AP / Vianney Le Caer

But her other accouterments, $7.8 million dollars of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds, according to People Magazine and sparkly heels added a touch of elegance to the eccentric ensemble.

“From the sofa, to the car, to the @MTVVMA red carpet,” Ora wrote on Instagram. And that is precisely how it looked.

When she took to the stage she had changed into a shorter, sexier version of the comfy clothing.

Ora shared a video on social media before the show that showed her rushing to the event in a facetious explanation of why she was wearing a robe.

And her changes were not done.

AP / Joel Ryan/Invision

She wore a number of flashy fashions, and some skin tight selections, throughout the night, but one more reserved choice had fans scratching their heads in bewilderment.

The “How We Do (Party)” singer wore an understated frock with matching high heeled loafers, but it was her fashion accessory, a humongous garden form around her neck, that was bizarre.

Image: Screenshot
Image: Screenshot

Social media was not impressed.

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