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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Iggy Azalea Reveals She's Had Breast Implants In Vogue Interview: ‘I Got Bigger Boobs!



Iggy Azalea has revealed she's gone under the knife - though it's nothing to do with those pesky butt implant rumours that have dogged her since she first burst onto the music scene.

The Fancy hitmaker admitted to Vogue in a new interview that she had a breast enlargement procedure four months ago.

When asked by the magazine if there was anything she'd change about her body, Azalea, 24, replied: "I did change something: Four months ago, I got bigger boobs!

"I'd thought about it my entire life."

The refreshingly honest rapper said while she doesn't want to encourage her fans to feel insecure about their bodies, she fronted up as "I decided I wasn't into secret-keeping".

She told the magazine she was sick of padding out her stage costumes, hence the desire for a more permanent solution.

"It's about proportion. I have to have everything tailored because I have such a small waist. I'm a [US size] 2 or a 0 on the top, and a 6 on the bottom," she said.

Photographed by Mikael Jansson, Vogue, April 2015
However the rapper assured fans it's the only surgery she's had, despite being told to get a nose job by modelling agencies when she first arrived in the USA.

In the past Azalea has also been forced to deny rumours that her famous curves are all down to butt implants.

"Of course the butt is mine. I heard it's not a real butt, I've heard it's a number of things. I heard sometimes it's my underpants. I heard it's implants. All kinds of crazy things.

"It's my flesh, it's my butt," she told the Sway in the Morning show in 2013.

But thanks to a 73 Questions video that accompanied the Vogue interview, we don't think anyone's going to be focused on her new bod for long.

Because girl's got an insane house. A Ferrari in the driveway, a separate top-of-the-range recording studio, glass-fronted kitchen with panoramic views over Los Angeles and the cutest pup we've seen in a long time.

Being Fancy definitely pays off.

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