Rita Ora’s Height and Shoe Size: How Tall Without Heels?

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Rita Ora, the renowned British singer famous for hits like “R.I.P,” “How We Do,” and “Hot Right Now,” stands at a height of 5 feet 5 ½ inches (166.4 cm).

In a candid Wired interview, she humorously shared, “Well, I’d like to think I’m 5’11, but nobody believes me. I’m more like 5’7, 5’6, 5’7…Yeah, I think being tall is gorgeous.”

While she playfully exaggerates her height aspirations, Rita Ora’s actual height of 5’5 ½” is in line with the average height of a British woman.

Rita Sahatçiu Ora is a British singer, songwriter, and actressRita Sahatçiu Ora is a British singer, songwriter, and actress (Credit: WENN / Avalon)

Rita Ora’s shoe size, typically a US size 8, is not considered unusually large for her height.

Generally, shoe size is not strongly correlated with height, and variations in shoe size can occur among individuals of the same height.

Rita Ora’s shoe size is within a typical range for someone of her height and is not unusually large.

Singer/actress Rita Ora flaunts her feet and legs in red heels at the Premiere Of The Vladar Company's 'Jeremy Scott: The People's Designer'Singer/actress Rita Ora flaunts her feet and legs in red heels at the Premiere Of The Vladar Company’s ‘Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer’ at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres on September 8, 2015, in Hollywood, California (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock)

What is the age gap between Rita Ora and Taika Waititi?

Rita Ora and Taika Waititi married in the summer of 2022 during an intimate wedding ceremony in London.

The New Zealand film director measures 6ft ½ in (184.2 cm) and was born on August 16, 1975. He is 15 years, 3 months, and 11 days older than Rita Ora, who was born on November 26, 1990.

Rita Ora, in an Elie Saab Spring 2022 Haute Couture dress, and her boyfriend Taika Waititi attend the UK Gala Screening of Marvel Studios' Thor: Love and ThunderRita Ora, in an Elie Saab Spring 2022 Haute Couture dress, and her boyfriend Taika Waititi attend the UK Gala Screening of Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square on July 5, 2022, in London, England (Credit: INSTARimages / Cover Images)

Is Rita Ora richer than Taika Waititi?

Yes, she is. Rita Ora is a British singer-songwriter and actress with an estimated net worth of $30 million.

Taika Waititi is a New Zealand director, writer, comedian, actor, and painter with an estimated net worth of $13 million.

Rita Ora Facts

What is Rita Ora's net worth?Rita Ora is a successful British singer-songwriter and actress who has a net worth of $30 million as of 2023.
Full Name:Rita Sahatçiu Ora
Born:November 26, 1990, in Pristina, SFR Yugoslavia (present-day Kosovo), to Albanian parents
Dating: In 2021, she started dating New Zealand film director Taika Waititi. They married in the summer of 2022.

In early 2019, she split from her boyfriend (and Emma Stone's friendly ex) Andrew Garfield.

Rita Ora has been linked to many other high-profile celebrities over the years. She has had confirmed relationships with Joey Essex, Romain Gavras, Rafferty Law, Brooklyn Peltz Beckham, Tyrone Wood, Andrew Watt, Travis Barker, Ricky Hil, Calvin Harris, Dave Gardner, Rob Kardashian, Cara Delevingne, Bruno Mars, The Weeknd, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

She has also been rumored to have hooked up with Conor McGregor, Wiz Khalifa, Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg, and Jonah Hill.
Kids:Rita Ora does not have any children of her own. However, she is a stepmother to her husband Taika Waititi's two daughters, Te Hinekāhu and Matewa Kiritapu, from his previous marriage to Chelsea Winstanley.
Weight:Rita Ora is believed to weigh around 55 kg or 121 pounds. However, it is important to note that celebrities' weights can fluctuate over time, and Rita Ora has never publicly disclosed her weight.
Shoe Size:Rita Ora's shoe size 8 US is considered to be average for women in the United States.
Is Rita Ora tall?Rita Ora has a height of 5ft 5 ½ (166.4 cm), which is slightly above the average height for a British woman.
Nationality:Rita Ora moved to the UK when she was a baby. She has lived in the UK ever since and is a British citizen.
Source of Wealth:Rita Ora has achieved success in all areas of her career, with hit songs, sold-out tours, lucrative endorsements, and acting roles in major films and television shows.
Ethnicity:Rita Ora's birth name is Rita Sahatçiu Ora and she is of Albanian ethnicity.
Siblings:She has an older sister, Elena, and a younger brother, Don.

In January 2019, Rita Ora launched a shoe collaboration with Italian shoe designer Giuseppe Zanotti. It added nicely to her net worth of $30 million dollars.

 

“I wanted to create a series of styles that represents the three different facets of Rita: glamour, effortlessness and cool,” Zanotti explained in a press release.

Rita Ora’s Insightful Quotes on Music, Fashion, and Pop Culture

“Know yourself; keep your circle tight. Keep your friends and your work circle tight.” – Rita Ora

“Some people may look at you almost like a fantasy at times, you know; some people don’t think you’re real. Because people forget that celebrities are humans too, sometimes.” – Rita Ora

Rita Ora showcased her unique sense of style at the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in California, wearing a stunning sheer dress by Alexander McQueen adorned with exquisite lace embroideryRita Ora showcased her unique sense of style at the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in California, wearing a stunning sheer dress by Alexander McQueen adorned with exquisite lace embroidery (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock)

“Eyebrows are really important because they structure the face. In school, it was funny because I was always the one walking around with tweezers plucking my girlfriends’ eyebrows. I was really good; eyebrow tweezing runs in my family – my mother used to do mine, and I picked it up.” – Rita Ora

“I’m most scared of failing, of disappointing people.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t really remember much about Kosovo. I only remember growing up in London, where my parents had to basically start from scratch.” – Rita Ora

“I just wanted to be an artist. I didn’t care how or what; I just wanted to express my artistic integrity, and I wanted the world to have a vision of what I was seeing in my mind.” – Rita Ora

Rita Ora made a stylish appearance at VH1's Trailblazer Honors in Los Angeles, California, on February 20, 2019, wearing a captivating Ashi Studio Spring 2019 Couture ensembleRita Ora made a stylish appearance at VH1’s Trailblazer Honors in Los Angeles, California, on February 20, 2019, wearing a captivating Ashi Studio Spring 2019 Couture ensemble (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock)

“It’s nice to always make an effort when you get photographed.” – Rita Ora

“I never knew how small L.A. was until I started to work here.” – Rita Ora

“I’m just very good at pretending.” – Rita Ora

“I was signed at 18 and had to grow up quickly.” – Rita Ora

“Clothes are fun. The designers have so much fun making them, you should have fun wearing them, too.” – Rita Ora

Rita Ora rocked a hot-pink Alexandre Vauthier wrap gown with a daring thigh-high slit at the 2017 Teen Choice AwardsRita Ora rocked a hot-pink Alexandre Vauthier wrap gown with a daring thigh-high slit at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards on August 13, 2017 (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock)

“When I was younger, I did my first audition at ‘Eurovision.’ I was about 17. After my first audition, I blacked out; I was just like, ‘I can’t do this.’ I’m not knocking it or anything – it’s been around for years. I’m just very, very happy I made that decision myself. I think that’s one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.” – Rita Ora

“I have always liked the contrast between being blonde and having dark features.” – Rita Ora

“I’ve been going to Bicester Village since I was young. My mum and dad really loved that place, and I always used to stock up on clothes. I love the fact that it supports great British designers.” – Rita Ora

“I think that if you’ve got a great support system around you, and a great family, and a tight team around you, I think you don’t get lost.” – Rita Ora

“I just love pretty things, whether it is art, a song, or a pair of shoes.” – Rita Ora

“I love eating at my dad’s pub, the Queens Arms in Kilburn. It does a traditional Albanian spinach pie.” – Rita Ora

“I think music will thrive where it wants to.” – Rita Ora

“I’m really excited to be chosen as a VEVO LIFT artist. It’s a great opportunity to reach millions more music fans with my sound and let them see the real Rita.” – Rita Ora

“When it comes down to the music, it’s just you and the microphone. It’s not you and the record execs.” – Rita Ora

“Every person has a signature. Just some people don’t know it yet.” – Rita Ora

“I feel like I’m a character already, as in, like, I love dressing up.” – Rita Ora

“Madonna, Michael Jackson, Tina Turner, Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe – they were myths of greatness.” – Rita Ora

“I’ve always been into looking different.” – Rita Ora

“When I perform, I usually wear wigs because I love them.” – Rita Ora

“There was a point in school when I was, like, thirteen, that I didn’t feel comfortable at all.” – Rita Ora

“I admire Rihanna.” – Rita Ora

“I love my pop music.” – Rita Ora

“I dyed my hair blonde when I was 14. My mom was not happy. But I love being blonde.” – Rita Ora

“A music video is so different from doing a movie.” – Rita Ora

“All I can do is take influences from where I was raised.” – Rita Ora

“People always ask me: ‘Do you have black in you? Do you have Spanish in you?'” – Rita Ora

“I’m not going to have a baby until I’m around 30-something.” – Rita Ora

“You can tell an honest artist from one who’s just given all their songs.” – Rita Ora

“Roc Nation is such an incredible, unique team, especially in the music industry. Everyone genuinely loves and cares about each other.” – Rita Ora

“When I was a kid, I’d spray paint my hair, cut clothes up.” – Rita Ora

“I think I’ve always been fine on stage – though I get nervous beforehand. But once I’m on stage, all of that goes out of the window.” – Rita Ora

“Daphne Guinness was amazingly comfortable in her skin, and she has an amazing collection in fashion that I wish I could just touch.” – Rita Ora

“I’m a massive fragrance fan – I think fragrance is part of someone’s hygiene, and I’m a big believer in leaving an impression through scent.” – Rita Ora

“For me, a fragrance is another way of leaving an impression on somebody.” – Rita Ora

“Music expresses – you express yourself with music.” – Rita Ora

“To save your own hair, wigs are literally the way forward.” – Rita Ora

“Beyonce is this massive star, but she’s incredibly humble. But it’s weird because even though I love her, she’s my boss’s wife.” – Rita Ora

“You always have to sacrifice something when you want to achieve something.” – Rita Ora

“The worst thing is when a guy just looks awkward. It’s not attractive.” – Rita Ora

“I got obsessed with makeup and makeup artists when I was young, with people like Kevyn Aucoin.” – Rita Ora

“I have had young fascinations but never love.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t know what it feels like not to have a great family support system – I was lucky to have that.” – Rita Ora

“I really have paid my dues. When I get to stay in fancy hotel suites these days, I remind myself of that.” – Rita Ora

“I love getting dressed up and glamorous for the red carpet. It makes me feel powerful and sexy!” – Rita Ora

“Women love an honest man.” – Rita Ora

“I love how you can look different, and it changes your mood.” – Rita Ora

“If I could live in a cabaret, I would. If I could live in ‘Moulin Rouge,’ I would.” – Rita Ora

“Jessie J is a great, great girl. I’m a friend and have always been a fan of hers. I’m happy to see her doing her thing.” – Rita Ora

“I walked into this industry blond with red lips, and I will leave this industry blond with red lips. Mark my words.” – Rita Ora

“I’m often mistaken for Spanish or Latin descent.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t ever use dancers, and when I do, it’s literally, like, four break dancers.” – Rita Ora

“The first album I bought was the Spice Girls, ha ha.” – Rita Ora

“Gwen Stefani’s style and flow I just love. She is so cool to me!” – Rita Ora

“One time I tried to use the bathroom in the dark, and I missed the toilet, and I fell on the floor.” – Rita Ora

“I was in Boots buying contact lens solution, and my mobile went off. It was Jay-Z’s partner at Roc Nation asking me what I was up to. He asked if I’d been to America, and I said, ‘No.’ Then he said, ‘I’m putting you on a flight to New York tomorrow.'” – Rita Ora

“You know what a wifey means? It’s like your other half. Like when you get married, like, that’s your wife!” – Rita Ora

“I like to call myself a 360-degree artist. I’m a musician, but I have other things I do, too.” – Rita Ora

“I’m a real goof-ball deep down. It’s always been my thing to make people like me.” – Rita Ora

“When your time comes, you need to grab it with both hands.” – Rita Ora

“American Apparel does great colorful basics that you can customize.” – Rita Ora

“The best thing Jay-Z ever taught me was patience.” – Rita Ora

“You can be forgotten very quickly. So I am aware that I need to stay current, keep connecting, and keep bringing things to the table… Otherwise, you can just disappear.” – Rita Ora

“I’ve loved music. It was my first everything, but fashion and clothes are just the next step.” – Rita Ora

“I love the idea of being part of a campaign that captures the spirit of New York and the stories of women here, passionate about their dreams.” – Rita Ora

“My first tour sold out in Glasgow, and they were one of the loudest. I couldn’t hear myself.” – Rita Ora

“Anytime I go on Twitter, there’s always the good but the bad as well.” – Rita Ora

“When you’re involved with someone for a while, and they decided to express their feelings to the public – that’s not my personal way of therapy, but I guess everyone takes split-ups differently.” – Rita Ora

“I’m the weirdest person.” – Rita Ora

“I am committed to glamour.” – Rita Ora

“I’m basically just a normal girl from West London who speaks from her heart and who loves music.” – Rita Ora

“People like Prince don’t have to care about anything, but they care because they want music for the future to be great.” – Rita Ora

“I love masculine cuts with suits and chunky jewelry. My hair is so glam, it balances it out, and it’s comfy!” – Rita Ora

“I’m too busy for relationships.” – Rita Ora

“My dad wanted me to go down a more academic route. He is very much about sticking to the rule book and sticking to the blueprint of a successful career.” – Rita Ora

“I am normally the manly-ish girl on the planet.” – Rita Ora

“Unfortunately, being a brand is really important nowadays.” – Rita Ora

“It was so much fun working with Rimmel. We’re inspired by many of the same things: fashion, color, sounds, style, life in general, and London in particular.” – Rita Ora

“Social media is so influential now.” – Rita Ora

“Chanel is my ultimate weakness.” – Rita Ora

“I was always getting told off by my choir teacher for, you know, riffing when I shouldn’t.” – Rita Ora

“I used to wait in line for Jordans. That’s how much of a freak I was.” – Rita Ora

“I’d love to do a whole soundtrack to a movie.” – Rita Ora

“Nothing comfortable is worth wearing to the Met Ball.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t vocalize things that don’t deserve attention.” – Rita Ora

“It’s a terrible feeling being lonely.” – Rita Ora

“I was completely shocked that Prince would even know my name.” – Rita Ora

“I watched ‘Kill Bill,’ like, three times.” – Rita Ora

“Conquering America for a U.K. artist is incredible because that’s what everybody wants and dreams about. The accomplishment is dominating a market which you aren’t familiar with.” – Rita Ora

“My dad took on every job he could get. He worked like mad. But then, at some point, he had saved up enough to open his first pub.” – Rita Ora

“You have to take care of your body.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t really have that many judgments on things or crazy statements that I feel like I have to put across.” – Rita Ora

“‘Glamour’s always special to me; they gave me one of my first U.K. covers, and I was so excited when I found out I got a cover for it, so, I always, always have a special place in my heart for ‘Glamour.'” – Rita Ora

“‘Roc The Life’ is a song I wrote with The Dream, who made ‘Umbrella,’ ‘Single Ladies,’ and loads more.” – Rita Ora

“I’m like a dude. Jordans are my favorite. I wear them all the time for shows. I can get girly-girly when I want to, but I can’t perform in heels. I would bust my face open on stage, and we don’t want that.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t know how ‘X Factor’ works. I was only there as a guest judge for a day. But I watched ‘The Voice’ a lot; I respected how it came across on TV, and I love the freedom we get as coaches to do what we want.” – Rita Ora

“I’d love to be the female Kanye. I think he’s so cool and effortless.” – Rita Ora

“Streetwear for me is what I was raised wearing in London, and my style influences growing up were always people who wore streetwear.” – Rita Ora

“If I can help one person, why wouldn’t I?” – Rita Ora

“Without my music, no doors would have opened, so I am forever grateful, and I am always going to be singing. But yeah, when the other doors open, why not walk through?” – Rita Ora

“I used to do ballet all the time, and I do this ballet workout: it is an amazing thing called Barrecore. It is like pulsing. It turns your legs into, like, jelly, and you feel like a Bambi; you lose so much control over your body because you’re pulsing so much.” – Rita Ora

“It was my dad’s idea to change my name from Sahatciu to Ora. He said it would be easier to pronounce.” – Rita Ora

“When people come to my shows, they’re like, ‘I can’t believe you can actually freaking sing!'” – Rita Ora

“Everyone wants a love song you can dance to.” – Rita Ora

“Girls have always wanted to be pretty, even in Egyptian times. Cleopatra wore all that eyeliner, you know.” – Rita Ora

“I will always love red lips.” – Rita Ora

“I’m scared of a lot of things.” – Rita Ora

“I literally touched down in Kosovo and the president, prime minister, and mayor were waiting for me to get off the plane. Apparently, that’s unheard of. They don’t wait for nobody.” – Rita Ora

“A New Yorker is anyone who has the guts to really live in the city.” – Rita Ora

“Fashion is this obsessive narrative that people don’t understand, but they can’t stop looking at.” – Rita Ora

“I love how music and fashion are so similar. We need each other.” – Rita Ora

“Women love an honest man. An honest man that isn’t afraid to say, ‘Men get hurt too.’ And a lot of men don’t admit that.” – Rita Ora

“If I’m not working and getting my makeup done, that’s my chance to do a hair mask and a face mask and my plucking and waxing and all of that.” – Rita Ora

“Between sixteen and eighteen, I was singing anywhere I could, in bars or down at the pub.” – Rita Ora

“Growing up in London was the best.” – Rita Ora

“You should communicate with your other one. Understanding what they are on about is pretty key.” – Rita Ora

“What I’ll remember about New York is growing up really fast.” – Rita Ora

“If you really want something, you’ll make it work.” – Rita Ora

“My childhood was great, my family was great. I wasn’t in a mansion, but we made it work.” – Rita Ora

“There are bigger queens of the selfie, but I’m up there.” – Rita Ora

“I think the good thing about Macklemore is that he is very precise about what he gets involved in. As you can tell, he’s very passionate about what he puts his name on because he talks about things people don’t usually talk about, and his concepts are very, very passionate.” – Rita Ora

“When you perform, you can convey emotions differently, and your look can reflect each of those emotions.” – Rita Ora

“I try to do one thing a day that makes me proud of myself.” – Rita Ora

“A steamer is like an inhaler, so you can inhale this oil or frankincense or eucalyptus. Before I go onstage, I spend half an hour taking in that steam, and it saves my life!” – Rita Ora

“Sometimes I see people writing the most ridiculous things about me.” – Rita Ora

“Before every show, I have to put perfume on. I know the crowd’s not necessarily going to smell me, but when I smell good, I feel like I can dominate the room.” – Rita Ora

“To me, British fashion has a story. It has history, and I feel it’s very much about our culture.” – Rita Ora

“I was always that girl who loved music and thought of music as an escape route.” – Rita Ora

“It took me a while to understand that I do have a voice, and I can use it to help people.” – Rita Ora

“The music industry is very small.” – Rita Ora

“I just want to be in a relationship.” – Rita Ora

“I love the Scottish accent; it is very sexy.” – Rita Ora

“One day I will settle down when I have achieved everything I wanted.” – Rita Ora

“I mix my fragrances with body oils – I love body oils, so that’s my little trick.” – Rita Ora

“Kerastase and Bed Head have really good products.” – Rita Ora

“I have a few properties, some in the U.K., some in the States, some in Kosovo. It’s a nice little empire – I’m trying to create something so my family can be all right.” – Rita Ora

“Every girl, without fail, loves to look at a sexy picture of herself.” – Rita Ora

“The album is never finished until it’s on the shelves!” – Rita Ora

“I wouldn’t want to do an average fashion line. I’d want it to be an amazing piece of art.” – Rita Ora

“I’m a huge Bruce Springsteen and Duran Duran fan.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t feel like myself without the red lip. I feel like I’m taking a risk or something without it.” – Rita Ora

“I never think too hard about a look. When you consider an outfit too much, that’s when it goes wrong.” – Rita Ora

“To me, it doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re from – if you’re a good person and you got my back, I got yours.” – Rita Ora

“My beauty icons – and this sounds cheesy – have a beauty that comes from inside.” – Rita Ora

“I can’t cook.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t want people to think that someone gives me something to wear, and I’ll put it on.” – Rita Ora

“I speak fluent Kosovan.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t know what flirting is, really. Sometimes in women, friendliness comes across as flirting. That is not what it is.” – Rita Ora

“Being a Mum is a big job.” – Rita Ora

“I think people take the word ‘feminist’ really seriously, and I think people are scared to use that word.” – Rita Ora

“To me, I have my friends who I’ve known my whole life, and I can count them on one hand. They’re people I went to school with, my mum’s friends’ daughters. You know?” – Rita Ora

“Listen, sharing my life with people is just part of my daily routine.” – Rita Ora

“I’m very spontaneous. I go with my gut.” – Rita Ora

“I think it’s a big deal to have a great soundtrack for a movie.” – Rita Ora

“I end up doing selfies ’cause I am so sad.” – Rita Ora

“I really admire people who have long-distance relationships. It’s an incredible achievement. I couldn’t do it.” – Rita Ora

“Twitter… can ruin your life.” – Rita Ora

“In this industry, all the heads of labels are men, but every artist has to prove themselves, regardless of their sex. I have always been very vocal about the women sticking together.” – Rita Ora

“I get so nervous, I get belly pains before I go on stage.” – Rita Ora

“I have 20 wigs at home that I play with.” – Rita Ora

“You have to come to terms with loving your body.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t get jealous – I get suspicious.” – Rita Ora

“I don’t think I could do a reality show, no.” – Rita Ora

“My mum and my dad are the sweetest couple.” – Rita Ora

“The public’s not stupid.” – Rita Ora

“I’m very private.” – Rita Ora

“I always remember smelling Chanel No. 5 at home – my mum used to literally pour it, and she rocked it.” – Rita Ora

Rita Ora Stuns in Simple White Dress and Damir Doma Sandals

Rita Ora leaves E&O restaurant in Notting Hill wearing a strapless faux leather dress in LondonRita Ora leaves E&O restaurant in Notting Hill wearing a strapless faux leather dress in London on July 16, 2013 (Credit: Spiller / WENN)

Rita Ora is known for her flashy ensembles, so seeing her wear something as simple as an all-white getup surprised us. But, frankly, we prefer the less-is-more look on the successful singer.

Just look at her girly yet edgy look while leaving the E&O restaurant in Notting Hill, London, after grabbing a bite with her friends.

Rita Ora shows off her pretty feet in white sandalsRita Ora shows off her pretty feet in white sandals (Credit: Spiller / WENN)

Do you prefer this look to her bolder, flamboyant outfits?

Rita Ora put her sexy toes on displayRita Ora put her sexy toes on display (Credit: Spiller / WENN)

We love Rita’s strapless faux leather dress, which is from the Shakuhachi Spring 2013 collection and features an asymmetrical hem.

Rita Ora's block heel sandals from Damir Doma's Spring 2013 collectionRita Ora’s block heel sandals from Damir Doma’s Spring 2013 collection (Credit: Spiller / WENN)

Rita’s leather block heel sandals are from Damir Doma’s Spring 2013 collection and feature wide front straps, thin tubular straps across the toes, along the outer sides, and around the ankles, which are cinched together by metal rings, buckle closures for the ankle straps, and braided slingback straps.

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