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Iggy Azalea: Mom's cool with topless

Published 23/10/2013

Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea was relieved her mom didn't mind her topless scenes for the Change Your Life video.

The Australian musician bares her chest for the video accompanying her hit single Change Your Life.

While many people have been outraged by the scenes, Iggy insists the only person who she was really worried about knowing was her mom.

"I haven't been into any trouble anywhere, only on the internet," she joked to BBC Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw. "Well, my mum did [like the video]. I didn't tell her until the last minute because I thought that she would freak out and ask me a million questions about it. So I told her right before and I was like, 'I did something in the video...' and I told her and she was like, 'Oh that's what you did I don't care, whatever'. She was like, 'Yeah you hardly have any anyways.'"

During her appearance on the breakfast show, Iggy made a joke call to her friend who lives in Los Angeles. Staying true to her UK visit the 23-year-old star teased her pal by pretending Britain's Prince Harry had asked her out on a date.

"I need love advice," she began.

"You know Prince Harry? He asked me out on a date, do you think I should go? I know he's really rich but I don't know how it would work because I'm always twerking and topless and stuff... But then I'd have to quit rap and be a princess."

She then asked for suggestions on how to approach the imaginary scenario. She even brought up the idea of buying a gift for Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge's son Prince George.

"I might need friends in the castle, I'll get lonely," she said when trying to persuade her friend to move to England. "We can teach him about rap music. Do you think I should put on a fake accent and stuff or just be myself? Cos obviously he probably likes posh girls, I should probably buy pearls or something. Do you think I should buy a baby toy for William's kid?"

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