Rita Ora has finally lifted the lid on her mysterious wedding to Thor star, Taika Waititi.

The Hot Right Now singer, 33, who is on the promotional trail for her upcoming Disney+ film Descendants: Rise Of The Red, has kept the details of her big day under wraps. Previously explaining she 'gives everything she's part of to the public', the actress didn't post a single photo of the nuptials, which took place in 2022.

However, she's now opened up about the ceremony during an appearance on the Jimmy Fallon Show. Showing snaps of Rita sporting a beautiful ivory lace dress as well as an all-white ensemble, singing alongside an Elvis impersonator, Jimmy asked the Londoner: "Did you have an Elvis impersonator at your wedding?"

Speaking about the photo in which the Fifty Shades of Grey actress can be seen singing theatrically into a microphone, alongside the showman, Rita said: "But you know what was crazy about this moment? It was a surprise. I didn't ask for this. There was no plan, I got married off the cuff and it was so much fun. Then we were like oh now what? So we just kind of booked out a hotel and had a little party."

Joking the first song the Elvis impersonator was not exactly what she was expecting, she added: "The first song he sang was I'm Caught In A Trap. I was like: 'Is that how we wanted to start, do you know what I mean?' So I trapped my husband is what they're saying."

Rita then went on to reveal that comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish, 44, was also in attendance. She shared: "Tiffany Haddish was there as well who is a great friend of mine, and she was going: 'Well, I guess we're doing this then!"'

Taika and Rita were met with much speculation over where and when they wed two years ago, with the pair confessing last year that wed in Los Angles on August 4 2022. They planned the nuptials in just two weeks after Rita popped the question to the dad-of-two while on holiday in Palm Springs a few weeks earlier.

Speaking of their big day, the happy couple revealed they kept the numbers small. “There were about eight people there—just close friends and family, and parents on Zoom,” Hollywood film director Taika told Vogue magazine.

Explaining they didn't have any table settings or any “stressful things“ that go with weddings, he added: “My daughters were there, and they made everything really fun and easy: I think just because we didn’t have the pressure of having caterers and all of these things, you know, people turning up late, and all of the different moving parts.”

Rita concluded: "I felt really peaceful actually, it was almost like another day. We just all dressed up and got married.”

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