Rita Ora: 'The more you stick together, the more you create power'
Songstress Rita Ora has revealed that body confidence is a daily struggle for her, like it is for many other women.
Chatting to Women's Health magazine about feeling at home in her own skin and what that means to her, the 'Shine Ya Light' sensation explained that "it's normal" to have those moments when you feel less confident:
"Am I body confident? No. Have I always felt that way, no. I didn't feel great about myself today in fact. I've never looked at myself as being the perfect size or having the perfect body. As females there's always something we don't like about our bodies. It's a normal thing."
"If I could do a parade down Oxford Street naked with all of my girls that aren't typical models, I would. Because I want to see girls who aren't a size zero in my underwear. I see them tagging me on the Internet and it feels great."
Ora went onto add that 'sticking together' is how women can "create power" where there bodies are concerned and it's something she holds in high regard: "The more you stick together the more you create power. It's so important for me. It breaks my heart to think that some people don't leave the house because of how they look."
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