RITA Ora wowed with 13 outfit changes during her in dazzling turn as the host of the MTV Europe Music Awards.
The pop star flew through a series of quick costume changes after starting the show in just a dressing gown.
She was seen being invited to be host at the last minute and rushing through the London Underground in her towel robe to get to the ceremony in Wembley.
After the show opened with Eminem, Rita appeared in the same dressing gown and trainers and apologised for not having time to get ready.
She then promised the audience she would be getting changed before heading backstage to start her fashion parade.
Her outfits included a dazzling multi-coloured floor length gown which was her first costume after shedding her dressing gown.
The RIP star went on to change into quirky outfits including a black dress with a pitch fork stuck to the front.
She also channeled Middle Eastern fashion in a long glamorous black gown with a silver head piece.
Another look featured a stunning red and black dress with a matching white and black cape.
Rita wowed in a sexy black outfit with a plunging top, and a black and yellow dungaree-style dress with black tassels.
She also wore a sexy blue number with draped fabric across her shoulder which showed off her toned tummy.
It was a practical black vest top and shorts for her performance onstage, but then her whirlwind changes continued.
As well as changing her clothes, she also changed her wigs, going from blonde and straight to red and brunette in several of her costume reshuffles.
The show opened with a performance by rapper Eminem, who gave a rendition of new track Walk on Water, and later picked up the prize for best Hip-Hop artist.
It is a collaboration with Beyonce, but the superstar was unable to join the hip-hop veteran onstage at the show.
The 45-year-old rapper wowed the crowds at the SSE Arena in Wembley, north west London, with Skylar Grey – who co-wrote the song – filling in Beyonce’s vocals on the track.
The event also featured performances by Liam Payne, Stormzy Camila Cabello and Demi Lotavo, who wowed with a rendition of Sorry, Not Sorry.
Stars including Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer took to the stage to hand out the prizes, and Shawn was the big winner with a double victory.
As well as hosting and performing on the show, Rita also picked up a special honorary award on behalf of the artists who came together to record a charity single for the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Shawn Mendes, who attended the ceremony with his grandmother, took Best song for There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back and Best Act.
He also took the title of Biggest fans.
Other winners included Dua Lipa, who was named Best New Act, and Ed Sheeran, who landed the best live act trophy.
Coldplay won the Best Rock title and Kendrick Lamar scooped Best video for Humble.
U2 were honoured with the Global Icon prize and Louis Tomlinson picked up the prize for Best UK & Ireland act.
The show also featured a stunning show from Charli XCX, Zara Larsson and Clean Bandit and a show-stopping performance by US pop star Kesha.