Australian rap sensation Iggy Azalea has certainly made a name for herself in the Hip-Hop industry over the years. The music sensation is one of the most entertaining performers in the industry. Recently, Iggy opened for Pitbull for his Can’t Stop Us Now summer tour in a bold ensemble.

Daily Mail reported that on Friday the rappers rolled into Wantagh, New York, for their show at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, which is the seventh gig on the trek that goes through the US and Canada until October 19th. Fans can catch the Aussie rapper as the special guest until September 4th, and then Jamaican dancehall rapper and singer Sean Paul will take over the opening artist slot the rest of the way.

During the gig, Iggy hit the stage first, decked out in a purple shorts bodysuit that resembled something from an animation film or series. The skimpy ensemble, which included matching sleeves that up just past her elbows, hugged her famous curves. She looked absolutely stunning in the bold ensemble.

Iggy also strutted her way around the stage dancing and gyrating around the stage in black boots. To finished off her killer look, the Aussie star pulled her dyed blonde tresses back into a tight ponytail and a part in the middle. Azalea has been performing a set list of 14 songs, including her show opener Work, which was followed by other such recognizable hits as Fancy, Black Widow and Problem.

After Izalea rocked the house, it was time for Pitbull, who brought his best to the stage. You can check out a few snaps from the concert below. It was surely a hit with fans. Stay tuned to Thirsty for further updates.

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