Rita Ora suffered an embarrassing exercise fail during an Instagram Live video with her fans.

The 29-year-old singer thought she would share an exercise routine as she self-isolated at her home.

What Rita hadn't taken into account was how low her window panes were and as she jumped up for the first sweat-inducing squat set.

Unfortunately, it was tears that were streaming down her face rather than sweat as the singer's head thumped into the pane above and left crumpled on the floor.

Rita was left holding her head in pain as she cried: "Ouch, ah why am I so stupid? I am losing my mind I am literally losing my mind, this is insane. I banged my head on the window."

Rita Ora cracks head as she shares exercise routine with fans

Before embarking on the exercise routine, the British singer spent time discussing her new music video for How To Be Lonely.

It was her WiFi that seemed to cut out then, as her image froze on screen before cutting out and prompting her to start the disastrous work-out.

It was enough to make her friend Nick Grimshaw laugh, as the Radio 1 DJ tweeted: "actually crying with laughter at this @RitaOra the gift that keeps on giving."

Rita jumps into the air to start her routine
Rita sees the funny side of her exercise fail

Rita wanted to join the legion of celebrities that have been sharing the self-isolation routines just days after she opened up about the rollercoaster life of being famous.

She told Daily Star Online it's "such a high, and then such a low.

"It happens all the time. Especially when I have done something like a show... I get home and I'm like, 'Wow this is crazy'."

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However the humble star likes to keeps things real, and confessed that having a life in the public eye actually pushes her to work that bit harder.

She revealed she "always" wants to move onto the next thing, even if it does get slightly stressful at times.

"You have to find a medium with anything," Rita added.

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