Rita Ora was not happy with her body

Los Angeles, July 28 (IANS) Singer Rita Ora was not a fan of her body when she was younger, but she has grown to be proud of her curves.

“I started maturing when I was 14 and so for me I hated my b**bs and I went to musical theatre school so we wore leotards and did ballet. I was the first one to have t*ts and I hated them until the hottest guy fancied me and then I liked them! Then I got older and started to embrace my body. It takes a while though,” Ora said.

“Without sounding really narcissistic, I’m really proud of the skin I’m in. I’ve learnt I’m not supposed to be the skinniest person in the world and I’m fine with that,” she added.

The “Poison” hitmaker also says she had been on a two-week juice detox prior to a photoshoot for Tezenis brand.

“I love to eat, so it’s my diet really that I check more than working out. I work out, but not as intensely as other people. I just don’t have any bread, no sugar, drink lots of water, I have fish, asparagus, no olive oil. No milk in my tea, no sugar, no honey. Just really basic and stripped back,” she told GraziaDaily.co.uk.

“For (the Tezenis shoot) I had a two-week detox, a juice detox, which is the worst thing in the world. I didn’t survive it, I snacked. I had salmon, asparagus and a boiled egg in the morning. It’s when you think about it you get hungrier than you actually are,” she added.

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