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Excuse her, Jennifer Lopez and Nicki Minaj.

But Iggy Azalea would like to get in on your battle of the booties.

Azalea has joined J. Lo for a remix of the track “Booty,” taking over for Pitbull and rapping a verse that includes such lyrics as:

"They're begging me to drop down on 'em/But right now Iggy on the top /The last time the world seen a booty this good/It was on Jenny From the Block."

Lopez, meanwhile, shared the following cover art for this remix, giving fans a close look at two of the best rear ends in the business.

Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea Cover Art

Lopez also captioned the image with a slew of cheeky hashtags: "#jlobooty #aintseenabootylikethissincejennyfromtheblock #doublebubbletrouble #jloiggybooty."

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Just weeks ago the Nicki Minaj-Iggy Azalea feud looked as though it was shaping up to be a rap feud for the ages.

When Nicki mocked Iggy at the BET Awards it was just the latest subtle jab in a hip hop cold war that seemed as though it would get worse before it got better.

Here at THG we had our popcorn out, and we were ready to enjoy some scathing diss tracks from two talented rappers. 

But then just as suddenly as it began...the beef was over.

Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea at the VMAs

That's Nicki and Iggy interacting backstage, and sadly, witnesses say not a b-word was uttered.

In fact, the former rivals apparently had nothing but kind words for one another:

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Have you clicked through our MTV Video Music Awards fashion gallery yet? Have you decided who looked best and worst on the red carpet?

Okay, good. Now it's time to focus on the actual music at the center of the MTV Video Music Awards.

At last night's fun ceremony, Taylor Swift sang "Shake It Off" for the first time live. Nicki Minaj gave us multiple looks at her Twerking rear end. Adam Levine sang very handsomely on stage. And Beyonce put on one of the most memorable performances in event history.

Whose set did you like best? Whose will you be telling your grandchildren all about? Whose vocals and/or choreography were lacking?

Cycle through the musical acts below and then vote...

Beyonce VMA Performance 2014
Beyonce, the queen of the VMAs, blew everyone's minds with a medley of her best songs. Everyone in the building loved it!

... who performed best at the 2014 VMAs?

 

by Free Britney at . Comments

Iggy Azalea was joined by Rita Ora to perform their hit "Black Widow" at the 2014 MTV VMAs last night, which was perhaps most noteworthy for one reason:

She didn't get "Fancy."

Azalea recently joined The Beatles as the only two acts in history to have their first two singles simultaneously ranked in the top two spots of the Billboard Hot 100.

Let that sink in for a moment. The Australian rapper owes the bulk of the credit to "Fancy," her Video of the Year nominee, but instead opted for "Black Widow."

Maybe she's still shaken up from the other night (if you didn't see Iggy Azalea fall off stage while performing Friday, do it). Or doesn't want to be pigeonholed?

Either way, "Black Widow" it was, and Azalea and Ora really committed to the theme, with their tight-fitting sequined cat suits and spider web backdrop.

She'll have her share of detractors for various reasons as long as she continues her meteoric rise to the top, but I-G-G-Y spits mad game, that's for sure.

Iggy made sure her tight posterior was prominently featured, even if the Nicki Minaj VMA performance threw down that gauntlet in the opening moments.

Check out all the outrageous the red carpet highlights from one of the year's biggest entertainment events after the jump to see what the stars wore (or didn't) ...

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Iggy Azalea took an epic spill from the stage she was performing on Friday night, and she's lucky to be alright, because the fall looked pretty rough.

Two nights before the MTV Video Music Awards, Azalea was rapping her hit "Fancy" during a pre-VMA party at the Avalon when she lost sight of the stage.

As you can see from the video clip above, she went down HARD.

Fortunately for Iggy Iggs, she was not hurt by the fall, which clearly took the leggy Australian rapper by surprise and appeared to be from fairly high up.

Since "you already know" she's okay, it's okay to laugh. (Boooo.)

Even better, security helped the 24-year-old back onto the stage, where she laughed it up and received a huge ovation before carrying on like a champ.

Friday was a heck of a day for pre-VMA action. A Nicki Minaj "Anaconda" dancer was bitten by a snake at a rehearsal in addition to this Iggy incident.

See a second angle of Azalea's tumble after the jump:

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by Tyler Johnson at . Comments

It wasn't all that long ago that Iggy Azalea was trying to kick off a career as a pop princess. (If you haven't watched the "Nothing Like Me" video yet, you really should.) 

Who would have thought that just six years later, that sheepish Britney-in-training would become the undisputed Queen of Rap?

Iggy Azalea at the Billboard Music Awards

Iggy's been breaking sales records for months now, but her latest achievement is a big one, and it puts her alone at the top of the current hip hop heap.

With the release of her new single, "Black Widow," Iggy is now the only rapper to ever have three top ten hits on the Billboard charts at the same time.

You read that right: not the first woman, not the first of this decade...the first rapper ever to achieve this feat.

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An older music video attributed to Australian rap diva Iggy Azalea and entitled "Nothing Like Me" has hit the web this week, and it's appropriately titled.

First thing's first ... this is not the realest Iggy you know now!

Apparently one of Azalea's pre-fame attempts at music stardom, "Nothing Like Me" sounds quite a lot like the 2008 Britney Spears hit "Womanizer."

She sings instead of raps and dances in a room that appears to be empty and the production quality is (sorry) nothing like what she's used to nowadays.

The track is not terrible by any means, it's just (obviously) nothing that made the aspiring star, now 24 and on top of the world, stand out at the time.

Clearly, her subsequent genre shift served the "Fancy" Azalea well. When Nicki Minaj is feuding with you, that alone tells you you've made an impact.

Her emergence in the rap game over the past year has given her a near-constant presence on the radio, and on celebrity gossip websites like this one.

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So there's an Instagram user  named Liam who dresses up like young, female celebrities. The 17-year-old goes all out with this pastime, and he nails it.

Posing exactly like Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Kylie and Kendall Jenner and many others while drawing upon them for fashion inspiration, Liam's photos are ...

We don't even know what to say. They speak for themselves:

Kendall and Kylie Jenner
Instagram user Liam, or Waverider as he goes by, dresses up as Kendall and Kylie Jenner in this hilarious photo reenactment.

"I first got the idea to do these type of photos about eight months ago," the teenager told Metro in a recent interview, regarding his viral celeb reenactments.

"I liked the idea that not many guys would do what I do, and it’s something different ... people’s reactions to the photos were great, so I just kept doing them!"

That he did, while paying close attention to every last detail.

Liam says he scours cheap stores for his ensembles, and/or makes them himself at home with his impressive tailoring and crafting skills.

His favorite star to impersonate? She's #11 in this gallery.

by Tyler Johnson at . Comments

Aussie rapper Iggy Azalea seemed to come out of nowhere this summer with two chart-topping hits in "Problem" and "Fancy."

Iggy's rapid ascent has caused onlookers to cry foul, understandably confused with the way Azalea went from virtual unknown to hottest rapper in the game seemingly overnight.

Some artists, such as Nicki Minaj, have claimed that Iggy's success is evidence of racism within the recording industry.

Nicki and several others in the world of hip hop have gone so far as to suggest that Iggy doesn't write her own rhymes. Some have even taken the accusation a step further, claiming that they know the identity of the ghostwriter behind Iggy's hits:

Iggy provided a guest verse on "No Mediocre," a track from the rap veteran T.I.'s ninth studio album, and it's been rumored that their collaboration didn't end there. 

Recently, T.I. addressed rumors that he's the lyrical genius behind Iggy's meteoric rise:

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by Tyler Johnson at . Comments

The Nicki  Minaj-Iggy Azalea feud has been going on since before Iggy hit the big time. It al started when a then-unknown Azalea suggested that Nicki was lying when she claimed she wasn't lip syncing during an awards show performance.

There have been more or less constant back and forth subtle disses ever since. Nicki fired some of the most recent shots last month when she mocked Iggy at the BET Awards, and hinted that the Aussie rapper doesn't write her own rhymes.

Iggy declined to respond (leading many to believe Nicki's claim is true), and it looked for a time as though the beef might be over.

But Nicki is apparently not one to let sleeping dogs lie, and she let loose on Twitter earlier today with a barrage of tweets that many are interpreting as shots at Iggy:

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