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Rita Ora in Bathing Suit Has a "Happy Sunday"

Here’s how she stays fit.

It's a happy Sunday for Rita Ora, who posed in a photo with friends while she wore a swimsuit. The singer/actress loves getting her Vitamin D, often posing in the sun, when not on the red carpet with her partner Taika Waititi. (If you haven't listened to her album Phoenix, check it out.) She also stays toned. How does the Fifty Shades star stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Rita Ora stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


She Loves Performing

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"Performing is one of my favorite parts of my job. I love the energy of the crowds, moving around the stage and interacting with my band. I don't really get nervous anymore—I just get really excited. I have an insane amount of energy before I hit the stage. I do a lot of stretching and vocal exercises to get myself centered and both physically and mentally prepared, and then I'm ready to go!" she told W.


She Wears This Mask

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"I have combination skin, and unfortunately am prone to breaking out if I do a lot of appearances in a row or if I'm on tour. It's super important for me to use products that are soothing. La Mer has an incredible skincare line that really helps keep my skin looking fresh. I'm also a big fan of using a light therapy face mask, which helps to kill bacteria and calms inflammation," she told W.


She Takes Vitamin C

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"Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin that supports growth and development. It also helps your body absorb iron. Because your body doesn't make or store vitamin C, it's important to include vitamin C in your diet," says the Mayo Clinic. "Most people can get enough vitamin C for the day in their food. An orange or a cup of strawberries, chopped red pepper or broccoli provides enough vitamin C for the day. The recommended daily amount for vitamin C is 75 milligrams (mg) a day for women and 90 mg a day for men. During pregnancy, 120 mg a day are recommended. The upper limit for all adults is 2,000 mg a day."


This is What She Does to Indulge Herself

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"To indulge and treat myself, I've definitely been doing a lot of online shopping. [I've] discovered things I wouldn't usually buy, but actually work really well, like overall jumpers. I wear them over my button-up shirts, which I never really used to do before, but I'm obsessed with at the moment. I've also been indulging myself with a lot of skin care and a lot of self-love in the mirror," she told the Zoe Report


Here's Her Take on Fashion

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"For me, every day I wake up feeling like, 'OK, what do I want to conquer today?' and that helps me get dressed," Ora told TZR. "I always wear a tight pair of pants to make myself feel really sexy and feminine. Ones I recently discovered and I can't take off are the [Maison] Margiela shiny pants. They're high-waisted and they make your legs look super long."

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