Rita Ora’s cleavage has triggered a deluge of complaints to the BBC after the pop star appeared on ‘The One Show’.

The 24 year old singer was a guest on the primetime evening programme on Monday (5th January) wearing a plunging white suit that, with nothing underneath, veered a little too much to the risqué side for some people’s tastes. The BBC confirmed that it received 424 complaints from the viewing public, most claiming that Rita’s revealing outfit was not appropriate for family tea-time viewing.

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Rita Ora pictured with fellow 'The Voice' judge Will.i.am, both of whom appeared on Monday's 'The One Show'

A spokesman for the corporation apologised in a statement, saying that they “appreciate that tastes vary” and that “’The One Show’ allows guests to choose their own attire and pop stars often opt for something glamorous or striking.” ‘The One Show’ itself also posted an apology to those who were offended on its Facebook fan page.

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The star was a guest alongside her fellow judges from the upcoming series of ‘The Voice’ – Sir Tom Jones, will.i.am and Ricky Wilson – which will return to British screens on Saturday January 10th at 7pm on BBC One. Rita is replacing Kylie Minogue, and is therefore making her debut as a judge.

Just yesterday (January 6th), Rita announced plans to release her next single in March, which will be the first cut from her highly anticipated second album. Its predecessor Ora, released in 2012, yielded two UK Number 1 singles.

The new record has not yet been titled or given an official release date, but it’s believed to be dropping just before the summer. Rita told The Version “I wanted to take my time with this album and have new music out there at the same time as ‘The Voice’.”

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