Rita Ora vs. Bella Hadid: Who Wore The Nearly Naked Scarlet Dress Better?

by Desiree Murphy 11:18 AM PDT, May 19, 2016
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Bella Hadid turned heads on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival this week, but some fans are accusing her of stealing the look from another Hollywood star.

On Wednesday, the 19-year-old model stepped out in France donning an ultra-skimpy scarlet red silk wrap gown, which featured a sky-high slit and plunging neckline. It also revealed some major side boob.

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If her risqué ensemble looks familiar, it's because Rita Ora rocked a nearly identical outfit to the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.

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While Hadid styled her Alexandre Vauthier dress with strappy black stilettos, a sparkly bracelet and de GRISOGONO diamond earrings, the 25-year-old British singer opted for a glitzy choker necklace to complement her Donna Karen frock. She completed the look with matching red heels, silver statement rings and a bright red lip.

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Many of Ora's followers were quick to notice the similarity, with a few fan accounts even posting side-by-side photos of the ladies in red via Instagram. The "Body On Me" singer left a comment on one of the images, simply writing, "We did it first bots! Lol" accompanied by a series of heart emojis.

While we think both gals absolutely slayed these red carpet looks, we have to give Hadid the gold star on this one. Even though the look was clearly inspired by Ora (she did do it first!), Hadid's ability to somehow put an impeccable classy and elegant twist on the sizzling hot number left us incredibly impressed.

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Ora is no stranger to rocking revealing ensembles or stripping down for racy photo shoots. Back in January, the pop star appeared topless on the cover of Lui magazine, shot by famed photographer Terry Richardson.

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