The ARIA Awards may be primarily about music, but Rita Ora made sure there was plenty of fashion for people to feast their eyes on, too.
Appearing on The Project on Friday, the 28-year-old British singer spoke about her appearance at the awards show in Sydney on Wednesday night.
And while she enjoyed meeting some of the other musical acts, name-dropping Keith Urban, Amy Shark and 5 Seconds of Summer, Rita said the real highlight for her was changing outfits.
After being quizzed on her multiple outfit changes by Project panelist Tanya Hennessy, Rita revealed she changed outfits no fewer than three times throughout the event.
‘I have a reason, because you’ve got to really accept the character you’re portraying,’ she explained.
‘For the performance, I came through with a Kill Bill vibe, and for the red carpet, I wanted to do like a princess vibe, and then for the after-party, I just wanted to relax.
‘You know, to be honest, I just had a good time doing outfit changes. And, I was celebrating my birthday.’
Princess vibes: For the red carpet, the Anywhere singer opted for a layered gown, featuring a full-skirt and tie-dye netting
Fairytale ending: ‘For the red carpet, I wanted to do like a princess vibe,’ she said on The Project, seen here fronting the photographers at the ARIAs
Rita’s birthday was on November 26, just two days before the awards show.
For the red carpet, the Anywhere singer opted for a layered gown, featuring a full-skirt and tie-dye netting.
During the show, she took to the stage to perform in a yellow jumpsuit with cut-out paneling.
Femme fatale: ‘For the performance, I came through with a Kill Bill vibe,’ she told The Project of her Uma Thurman-channeling ensemble
Not-so mellow yellow: During the show, she took to the stage to perform in a yellow jumpsuit with cut-out paneling
Method to the madness: ‘You’ve got to really accept the character you’re portraying,’ she explained of her multiple costume changes
She then changed into a figure-hugging beaded red cocktail dress.
Taking to Instagram shortly after the awards show, Rita shared multiple photos of her many costume changes.
‘Thank you @ariaawards for having me and my crew perform Let You Love Me tonight and it making the top 5 straight away. It’s so amazing to be here in Australia, I never want to leave!’ she wrote.
Red hot: Rita said she changed into this figure-hugging beaded red cocktail dress because she wanted to ‘relax’