Iggy Azalea put rapping aside for a day and stripped down to her undies for Bonds new 100th year campaign. On Monday, the Australian underwear line announced their new collaboration with Iggy in a statement that read:
“As a great role model for women and a long-time fan of Bonds, who grew up wearing Bonds hoodies and undies, Iggy’s down-to-earth attitude makes her the perfect fit for Bonds.”
In the photos, Iggy shows off the curves we’ve all grown to love and her perfectly tight stomach.
Modeling undies isn’t the only thing Iggy, who has also done campaigns for H&M and Steve Madden, has been staying busy with.
The rapper is currently gearing up for the May 4 release of she and Britney Spears’ new track, “Pretty Girls.” “You definitely need a partner to sing (it with),” Azalea told USA Today on Monday. “It’s just a lot of fun. It’s a classic, girly (song) you want to scream to each other when you’re getting ready.”
According to Spears, working with Iggy was “heaven sent.” “I had called my manager (Larry Rudolph) and had some ideas about doing a Valley girl-type video,” Spears explained. “It was really kind of funny, because I had just watchedClueless on TV, and was like, ‘It would be so fun to do something like that.’ Then I saw Iggy’s video, and I thought, ‘Oh my God, to work with her would be heaven sent
The duo is set to perform the fun summer anthem live, during the 2015 Billboard Music Awards on May 17.