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Watch Iggy Azalea Perform ‘Fancy/Black Widow’ + ‘Beg for It’ on ‘SNL’ [VIDEO]

Iggy Azalea made her ‘Saturday Night Live’ debut last night where she first performed a medley of ‘Fancy’ and ‘Black Widow,’ and then later made her national TV debut of her new single, ‘Beg for It.’

Azalea first opened with her summer smash ‘Fancy’ with the set decorated in a high school setting, similar to the music. But after a few verses, she then transitions into ‘Black Widow’ where she was joined by Rita Ora.

For her second act, Azalea performed ‘Beg for It’ for the first time live. The new single will be featured on her upcoming reissue of ‘The New Classic’ titled ‘Reclassified.’ The album will be released on Nov. 24 and will feature five new songs, including one with Ellie Goulding.

Click on the video above to watch Iggy and Rita perform ‘Fancy’ and ‘Black Widow,’ and then the video below for her debut of ‘Beg for It.’

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