RITA Ora performed George Michael’s iconic Freedom at Children In Need Rocks.
The popstar took to the stage for a powerful rendition of the anthem that did not fail to wow the crowds.
Dressed in a typically statement look, Rita, 27, rocked a revealing white number.
The feather-covered dressed showed just the right amount of flesh – with a large slit that revealed her toned legs and a see-through mesh panel across her waist to show off her rock-hard abs.
Rita confidently performed her cover of the legendary tune by the late George Michael.
And she was helped out by an energetic choir providing backing vocals – making for a powerful performance.
The audience seemed impressed by the cover as they danced and sung along with her.
Speaking about her song choice, Rita revealed that:
“George Michael and the song Freedom changed my life.
“It made me feel like I was able to do anything, take over the world.
“He is an icon, I hope my cover honours him and reminds people of his incredible talent.”
The singer was just one of many acts taking part in the Children In Need Rocks concert at Wembley in aid of the charity.
Stars such as Olly Murs, Sir Rod Stewart, George Ezra and Jess Glynne – to name a few – took to the stage to raise money for the benefit.
And All Saints even returned to the spotlight with an exclusive performance of The Police’s Message In A Bottle.
Children in Need Rocks is on BBC One tonight at 8.30pm.
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