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Iggy: I hope I inspire other women

Published 15/04/2015

Iggy Azalea
Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea hopes her famous figure will help inspire other women to be healthy and happy with their own shapes.

The 24-year-old singer is famous around the world for her curvy shape, and even duetted recently on a song called Booty with Jennifer Lopez.

And the Australian star says she is hopeful that her own acceptance of her appearance will help other people be more confident about their looks.

“I hope women think, Iggy Azalea actually has a body that is relatable to my body... and you should feel f**king good about that," Iggy told America’s Marie Claire magazine.

Iggy’s interview comes after she revealed in a recent interview that she underwent a breast augmentation operation.

“Four months ago, I got bigger boobs! I'd thought about it my entire life,” Iggy revealed in Vogue magazine’s April issue.

Iggy opted for the Flash Recovery treatment with Dr. Ashkan Ghavami in Beverly Hills.

The procedure is specially designed to allow patients to get back on their feet in a much shorter time period than is usually required following a breast enlargement.

And the Fancy rapper took full advantage of the quicker recovery time.

In fact, just four days after having the surgery on November 19 last year, Iggy was back on stage performing alongside Jennifer Lopez at the American Music Awards.

While fans were unaware of the change to Iggy’s appearance, the singer had to enlist the help of the costume department to ensure she was comfortable onstage.

Us Weekly quotes an insider as saying there was “no way” Iggy could wear one of her favoured low-cut ensembles because of the bruises resulting from the procedure.

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