Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea Deliver Sexy "Problem" Billboard Music Awards Performance

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Ariana Grande and Iggy Azalea hit the stage at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards for a borderline burlesque performance that was right at home on the Las Vegas strip.

Anybody out there got a “Problem” with that? Didn't think so ...

Iggy warmed up the crowd, backed by a cheering squad of dancing beauties, with a renditon of “Fancy,” from her debut album, The New Classic.

Joined by collaborator Charli XCX, the Australian rapper and blonde bombshell did her thing before the beat dropped and Grande took the stage for “Problem.”

The chart-topping chanteuse continued to explore her sensual side in a very short black and a white leather mini skirt and knee-high go-go boots.

Of course, Iggy Azalea came back out to spit game on her guest verse for "Problem," which also features Big Sean whispering its signature line.

Their powerhouse Billboard Music Awards performance comes just after the track exploded on the Digital Songs chart at #1 and reaching #3 on the Hot 100.

More great performances from last night after the jump:

Lorde Billboard Music Awards Performance 2014
Lorde performs "Tennis Court" at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards.

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