The Masked Singer's Rita Ora shows off bright BLUE hair in Australia ahead of tonight's show

THE Masked Singer judge Rita Ora is known for her glam social media snaps, where she’s often smiling – but in her latest post, the singer is looking a little blue.

Fear not though, the superstar isn’t sad – she’s just sporting bright blue hair in a series of stunning snaps shared on Instagram early this morning.

In the post, the 31-year-old's 16 million followers could see her showing off her new blue-blonde locks as she wowed in a black halter dress.

Nodding to catchy Eiffel 65 song Blue (Da Ba Dee) in the caption, Rita wrote: “I’m blue da ba di da ba dye”. 

It wasn’t long before fans hit up the comments to praise the Kosovo-born star’s icy coif, with one declaring: “I love you more than I can express in words”. 

A second penned: “You look Amazing Rita”.

While a third joked: “Finally! Rita Ora in blue movie shock”. 

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Rita is set to appear on tonight’s episode of The Masked Singer, a quirky ITV game show hosted by comedian Joel Dommet, which asks: “Who is behind the mask?”

Five singers perform in wacky costumes – think Joss Stone as a portion of sausage and chips or Sue Perkins as a rainbow dragon. Yes, really!

As they sing, Rita and her fellow judges (Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall, and Mo Gilligan) try their hardest to guess the celebs inside the elaborate costumes. 

After the votes are counted, one contestant is eliminated and unmasked, revealing whether they were a professional or amateur singer – although that’s usually obvious from the second the singers the warbling begins.

The bonkers show is now on its third season, which viewers can catch on ITV at 7pm every Saturday.

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