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Iggy Azalea blasted over moodiness

Posted: 08/19/2014 5:15 AM | Comments: 0

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Iggy Azalea has been blasted for her moody behavior on the set of her new TV show.

The 'Fancy' hitmaker is the new host of MTV's 'House of Style' and reportedly spent much of filming at the Versace store in Beverly Hills on August 9 with a "complete scowl" on her face.

A source told the Hollywood Reporter: "Iggy walked in with her entourage and wouldn't take her sunglasses off the whole time we were in the store shooting her.

"She had a complete scowl the whole time and never cracked a smile -- unless the cameras were on. And the minute they stopped, it was back to scowling."

According to the source, even when the shoot moved outside the store to where fans had gathered, the 24-year-old rapper still refused to smile.

In contract, Iggy's guest for the episode, 'American Idol' judge Jennifer Lopez, was a delight to work with.

The production crew member revealed: "J.Lo was all smiles, saying hello to everyone on the crew, shaking everyone's hand and doing everything we needed her to do."

A spokesperson for the Australian star hasn't commented on the claims.

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