She may be nothin' but a gold digger, but damned if she isn't successful. Iggy Azalea shows how to marry correctly — namely, old and wealthy — and how baking is indeed the way to a man's heart (attack).
This campy and retro musical tribute to pretty girls around the world (that would be all of them) is an out-of-this-world quest to bring these two blonde superstars together. Iggy plays an alien robot-type creature who is, naturally, new to the scene, while Britney is otherwise worshiped and glorified.
Iggy Azalea seems not very disappointed that her attempt at jailbreaking her man has been foiled by the cops — likely because the chief law enforcement agent is Jennifer Hudson, who's clearly more interested in laying vocals on this cut than putting the cuffs on anyone.
Do you have room for one more Sia "Chandelier" parody? Hopefully yes, since this weekend's Saturday Night Live had host Jim Carrey and castmember Kate McKinnon absolutely crushing it with help from musical guest Iggy Azalea. Just don't try this at your own Halloween party...
Maximum, legendary booty like this can't be unveiled without the appropriate fanfare, so forgive the introductory warning and countdown. This is essentially all booty from the first shot to the last, designed to titilate, shock and especially serve notice to other contenders in The Great Ass Race of 2014.
It's like a booty arms race, and JLo ain't giving up her throne without a fight. Here's a teaser for what she's got cooking with Iggy Azalea and director Hype Williams. It's safe for work, but damn... Get ready for this to be very big.
Can Iggy Azaela do for Kill Bill what they did for Clueless? Hell, yes. Basically presented as a diner daydream where Waitress Iggy wishes her knife was a Katana — the better to chop down loudmouth actor Michael Madsen, who was in Kill Bill and other Tarantino flicks — "Black Widow" is a sexy and slick kung-fu adventure with Rita Ora and Iggy kicking ass and getting revenge.
Sometimes things come full circle... Iggy Azalea first got her shot when T.I. ushered in her first mixtapes, adding a seal of approval to "Murda Bizness" and other early tracks. Now Iggy has two songs lodged at the top of the Pop charts and returns the solid by guesting on this new T.I. video. Shot on-location in Brazil, where the rappers add some high-fashion gloss to the Favelas while riding the DJ Mustard beat — interspersed with an even glossier Blurred Linesesque performance bit.