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Iggy Azalea + Rita Ora Perform ‘Black Widow’ at 2014 MTV VMAs [VIDEO]

Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora brought their badass selves to the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards stage tonight during their killer performance of ‘Black Widow.’

The rapper and singer, who both donned sexy and sparkly black ensembles, brought the performance to the next level, flaunting their femininity and bringin’ that girl power straight to the stage, over the top, and spilling out into the audience. (Did you see Taylor Swift‘s super sweet dance moves?)

We love the pairing of Iggy and Rita, who both cop such empowering, strong attitudes and simply perform so well together — especially in those moments when they’re flawlessly shaking it onstage and rapping/singing to each other. Perfection.

Check out Iggy Azalea and Rita Ora’s 2014 MTV VMAs performance of ‘Black Widow’ in the video above — it’s literally a killer.

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