At LAVO attendes hit the club for Stereo Saturdays, which featured the return of UK songstress and Jay-Z protégé Rita Ora, fresh off the success of her new U.K. single “RIP” and U.S. single “How We Do”, which just landed atop the Billboard Dance chart this week. The gorgeous singer wowed in a floor length white ensemble topped with a pink leather jacket by Phillip Lim and was joined by a group of friends including Rob Kardashian. After dining at LAVO Restaurant, Ora made her way to the nightclub and surprised the crowd with a spirited and flawless performance of her hits that had the crowd cheering and singing along with hands in the air.
Amy Van Dyken of the USA poses for a studio portrait with her four Gold Medals during the 1996 Olympic Games at Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta, Georgia. Mandatory Credit: Simon Bruty /Sport/Allsport
Amy Vandyken (USA) as she displays her four gold medals she received during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Stockman/Sport/Allsport
Amy Van Dyken of the United States poses with a gold medal around her neck after the Womens 100m Butterfly Competition, part of the 1996 Olympic Games on July 23, 1996 at Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Simon Broty/Sport/Getty Images)
Amy Van Dyken of the USA during the PAN PAC Swimming Championships in Atlanta, Georgia. Mandatory Credit: Simon Bruty/Sport/ALLSPORT
Amy Van Dyken of the USA in action during the National Swimming Championships in Pasadena, California (Getty)
Amy Van Dyken of the United States celebrates during the Womens 100m Butterfly Heats, part of the 1996 Olympic Games on July 23, 1996 at Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Tony Duffy/Sport/Getty Images)
Amy Van Dyken celebrates her victory in the women”s 100m freestyle event at the US Olympic Swim Trials held at the University of Indianna Natatorium in Indianapolis, Indianna. Van Dyken finished with a time of 55.27. Mandatory Credit: Matthew