The singer performed a special set at the Princess Grace Foundation event in Monaco
Rita Ora left her signature urban cool behind to turn showgirl for the night at this weekend’s Bal De La Rose Du Rocher charity party in Monte Carlo.
Dressed in a Moulin Rouge-style white basque decorated with pink and black tulle, and a flowing jewel embellished pink train, the London-based singer took to the stage to entertain the stylish guests at the event, which was hosted by the Princess Grace Foundation.
Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld, who created Rita’s racy stage outfit, was in attendance and happily posed for pictures alongside the songstress before she took to the stage at the luxury Monte-Carlo SBM hotel.
Naturally, Monaco’s royal family were out in force too, including fourth in line to the throne Charlotte Casiraghi, dressed in a blush pink feathered cocktail dress and statement jewels, and Prince Albert II of Monaco and his wife Princess Charlene, who opted for a white floor-length gown custom-made by Ralph Lauren Collection worn underneath a cream biker jacket, also by the American label.
Rita’s bestie Cara Delevingne also took to the stage to deliver a speech at the glitzy event. She chose a dramatic white high-neck gown decorated with feathers from Chanel’s spring/summer 2013 couture collection – the same dress that she modelled on the catwalk when the line was unveiled in January.
The Princess Grace Foundation was founded in the name of the late great Grace Kelly and is dedicated to nurturing emerging talent in the fields of film, theatre and dance.