Iggy Azalea is Performing at the VMAs, But It Won't Be 'Fancy'
By Sophie Schillaci
Iggy Azalea will be performing at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, but she won't be doing "Fancy."
The Aussie announced on Good Morning America friday that she'll be headed to the August 24 awards show to perform her latest single "Black Widow" with Rita Ora. Azalea is up for seven Moonmen this year including the highly coveted Video of the Year, Best Female Video, Best Pop Video and Best Collaboration for her Clueless-inspired "Fancy" video featuring Charli XCX.
This isn't the first time Azalea and MTV have teamed up. The Aussie was featured as an MTV Artist to Watch back in 2013 and was recently named host of the iconic fashion show House of Style on the cable network (along with her "Widow" collaborator Ora, who will be a special correspondent on the show).
Azalea will take over the MTV airwaves on Sunday, August 10, with 100 Thigns About Iggy Azalea kicking off at 11 am ET/PT. She'll share 100 facts about herself including what celeb she'd like to be interviewed by, her favorite swear words, which awards she most wants to win and more.
News of Azalea's VMA performance comes just one day after it was revealed that Beyonce will recieve the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. Both ladies join previously-announced performers Usher, 5 Seconds of Summer, Maroon 5 and Ariana Grande.