Video: Iggy Azalea Performs 'Fancy' on 'Today' Show


Iggy Azalea
During her appearance on the show, the Australian femcee also announces she'll be performing her new single 'Black Widow' with Rita Ora at the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards.


Iggy Azalea took over the "Today" show on Friday morning, August 8 to perform some of her singles. Flaunting her curves in an orange-and-pink top and a pair of matching pants, the Australian raptress kicked off her set with the live performance of her smashing hit "Fancy" sans collaborator Charli XCX.

Azalea was joined onstage by some dancers and two backing vocals who tackled Charli's catchy hook. Before performing her next song "Work", the 24-year-old entertainer had a brief interview with the show's hosts about "Fancy", which has topped many charts and has been certified 3x platinum.

"This song 'Fancy' has really changed my life," she said. "I'm just so, so thankful to Charli XCX, who did the song with me, for kinda teaming up and making magic. I think we both took something good and we made it great together."

During the chat, Azalea also announced that she'd be performing her new single "Black Widow" with Rita Ora at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. The annual awards event will be aired live on MTV from The Forum in Inglewood, California on August 24.







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