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Iggy Azalea Hopes People Can ‘Relate’ To Her Body And Feel Good About It

First things first, Iggy Azalea‘s the realest – so much so that she ‘refuses’ to ‘try harder’ for any paparazzi, and is instead more interested in hoping other women can relate to her body.

After recently admitting to having breast implants, Iggy says she’s not that bothered about unflattering photos of her that the paps take, and hopes that they actually make her more relatable to others.

GIRL POWER.

Iggy Azalea Hopes People Can 'Relate' To Her Body And Feel Good About It
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Speaking in the new issue of America’s Marie Claire magazine, the 24-year-old said: “I hope women think, Iggy Azalea actually has a body that is relatable to my body … and you should feel f**king good about that.”

Iggy also admitted that she refuses to “try harder” for the pesky paps, saying she thought it would feel “contrived” if she always looked like she’d been work, work, work, work, working on her styling.

She said: “I’m a little scrappy for sure, but I like that about myself.”

Monica Geller was said to be ‘scrappy’ too, and it never did her any harm.

Iggy Azalea Hopes People Can 'Relate' To Her Body And Feel Good About It
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She continued: “Even with paparazzi pictures of me looking like complete s**t, and people are like, ‘She should try harder’, and I’m like, no.

“There’s something to say about not being so contrived all the time. You should hold on to that as long as you can.”

Four for you, Iggy. You go, Iggy. We applaud you for encouraging self-confidence and loving yo’self.

Never change, please.

Iggy Azalea Hopes People Can 'Relate' To Her Body And Feel Good About It
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The lovely lady also spoke about how proud she was of ‘Fancy’, which she wrote with 22-year-old Charli XCX.

She revealed: “I think it’s particularly badass that we wrote Fancy. It was one of the most culturally impactful songs of last year, and two f***ing chicks in their early 20s wrote it.”

And we’re ruddy glad you did, girls. THANK YOU.

Iggy made the revelation about her breast implants during an interview with Vogue, who asked her: ‘What would you change about your body?

Iggy Azalea Hopes People Can 'Relate' To Her Body And Feel Good About It
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Deciding to be the realest with the magazine because she “wasn’t into secret-keeping,” she admitted: “I did change something: Four months ago, I got bigger boobs! I’d thought about it my entire life.”

She went on to explain that she’d had enough of having to sew padding into her stage costumes and wanted to wearing non-wired lingerie.

We feel you, Iggy.

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