During her 40-minute set at the Saturday festival in Los Angeles, the Australian raptress also performed some of her songs including 'Work' and 'Fancy'.
Iggy Azalea was among the headliners of Made in America festival that came to Los Angeles for the first time this year. Gracing the stage at Grand Park on Saturday, August 30, the raptress treated the crowd to the live renditions of her tracks including "Work", "Pu$$y" and of course "Fancy".
The Australian superstar also brought out a special guest during her 40-minute set. She was joined onstage by British singer Rita Ora for a sexy live performance of their collaboration "Black Widow".
The duo showed off their toned stomachs in their midriff-bearing crop tops. Midway through the performance, the two ladies squatted on the stage with Azalea holding Ora's face as if she's about to kiss her. The same-sex kiss, however, didn't actually happen.
In addition to Azalea, Sunday's Made in America fest in Los Angeles featured performances from Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons and Afrojack among others. Meanwhile, the same event in Philadelphia was headlined by some acts including Kanye West.
In Azalea-related news, the femcee's mentor T.I. recently talked about her naysayers. Declaring that he's tired of people talking trash about the 24-year-old star, Tip told Complex TV, "That pisses me off, simply because they don't have any real substantial grounds. 'I don't like them.' Why? 'Just 'cause.' What you mean just 'cause? Since when do you get the right to judge people? Who died and made you the emperor of Egypt? That kind of s**t and then the things that they accuse her of, like the racist stuff. That's not even her. That's not even in her. Me knowing her, knowing where she comes from - for real, the whole racist thing, that's American - we forget, she's not American."
"The whole black, white, color divided thing, it isn't a part of her DNA like it is here in America," he continued. "It's just ignorant to me. In this day and age, to be a race of people who are demanding equality and speaking out on injustices and wanting to be treating fairly, to stand up and do the exact same thing in opposite to someone unwarranted for no reason, it's hypocritical. I'ma ride with her. So, ya'll go ahead. Anybody got a problem with it just know, it gonna be one 'cause I'm coming."