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Iggy’s fiancé: I’m just in charge of wedding food

Published 17/07/2015

Nick Young and Iggy Azalea
Nick Young and Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea’s fiancé Nick Young has revealed how the couple are getting on in the planning of their wedding, admitting he has his part sorted.

The 25-year-old singer got engaged back in June to her NBA athlete beau Nick Young.

And in a new interview, Nick has revealed that he opted to do as little as possible with regards to the organising side of things.

"[I] told her I would do the food part, and she would do everything else,” Nick told Entertainment Tonight while attending the Kids’ Choice Sports Awards on Thursday night.

"I am trying to figure it out. I got to figure out how many people are coming, and then we go from there."

And it seems as though it might be a good idea that Nick isn’t in charge of too many other aspects of the big day.

Earlier this month, Iggy revealed that Nick was keen for R. Kelly to perform his explicit ballad Marry The P**sy as the pair’s first dance.

And Kelly himself is also up for the prospect.

"I heard about it, and I didn't think it was real until I met my man today," he told in an interview on Wednesday. “Now that I know it's real, we had a sit-down to discuss the logistics of it... Anything I wrote, I'm open to performing. I wrote the song, I'll put that on myself."

The ceremony is sure to be a star-studded affair, with Demi Lovato among Iggy’s famous bridesmaids.

In a recent interview, Demi said Australian star Iggy is anything but a “bridezilla”.

"She's pretty chill," Demi told ABC News. "So I can't imagine that she'll be one of those brides that will be super particular."

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