LOS ANGELES, March 24 (UPI) -- Iggy Azalea was relaxed and candid during her latest television appearance opposite Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live.
The "Team" singer answered questions Wednesday night regarding her media-fueled celebrity tiffs, her upcoming wedding to athlete Nick Young and why Britney Spears sent over a team to scope out her house before agreeing to lunch.
Regarding a recent supposed feud with rapper Macklemore -- who name-checked her in a song titled "White Privilege II" -- Azalea said she understood the lyric wasn't meant as a diss. After reading an interview he did, however, she questioned why he never called to warn about the impending media storm headed her way. "You should have called and you still didn't, so what's up with that?" she said.
The Australian rapper also commented on her experience with plastic surgery, which she opened up about in August, saying she's not interested in pretending. "If you're going to do something that obvious," it's better to tell the world than pretend that "it's contouring."
"Yeah," she joked, "contouring with a chisel."
Azalea also mentioned an odd request from fiancee Nick Young, who insists on breakdancing at their wedding. "Nick wants to do something stupid. he wants to, like, breakdance, and I don't want to do that," she explained. "I want a serious dance. I already have to live with him, every day, being silly. I'm like, 'Can we have one serious moment?'"
Collaborator Britney Spears, Azalea also revealed, sent a team ahead of her to the rapper's house before agreeing to attend a lunch date at the residence. They came and checked my place to make sure I wasn't trying to stash anything weird and, like, give it to her, or something," Azalea remembered of the experience.
She suspected the "very nice" people came to "make sure I wasn't a bad influence. And I'm not," she said, "I passed the test."
Azalea's upcoming album, Digital Distortion -- named after the distorted image social media and other outlets have presented of her -- will be available in June of this year.