Winnipeg Free Press - ONLINE EDITION
Posted: 08/25/2014 5:15 PM | Comments: 0
Iggy Azalea has joked Jennifer Lopez was to blame for her fall at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) benefit concert on Friday night (08.22.14).
The 23-year-old rapper believes the 44-year-old singer caused her to dramatically stumble off the stage whilst she was performing 'Fancy' at the Avalon in Los Angeles because she had brought her "bad luck."
The blonde beauty recalled the moment her microphone was switched off when she and Jennifer performed a show together in Chicago a while ago, saying: "I said, 'At least I didn't fall over,' and she said 'It'll happen to you one day.' "
She added to 'Entertainment Tonight': "And then I invited her to watch that show [the benefit concert] and I fell off the stage! I was like, 'You're bad luck!' "
Iggy appeared to deal with tumble very well as she was pushed back on the stage by security guards, before she continued to sing the catchy track with Charli XCX.
After she finished her set, the stunning star told the audience she felt "blessed" to have not broken her legs during the fall.
Sam Smith and Tori Kelly also performed at the event benefiting Lifebeat - Music Fights HIV/AIDS, which is a national non-profit organization focused on educating youths about HIV and AIDS prevention.
Have you found an error, or know of something we’ve missed in one of our stories? Please use the form below and let us know.
Having problems with the form?Contact Us Directly
Natalie Imbruglia to move back to Australia?
Jennifer Lawrence supports Chris Martin at iHeartRadio festival
Paloma Faith lied about age to get record deal
Demi Lovato injures her arm
Jessie Ware would 'love to have a baby'
Keyshia Cole arrested after alleged attack
Justin Bieber promises to shave moustache
Chrissy Teigen 'can't wait' for John Legend to use Viagra
Gwen Stefani can do it all
Jesy Nelson dating Jake Roche?
Mel B's raunchy behavior caused family rift?
Jerry Hall's drunken catwalk classes
Nicki Minaj leads quiet life
Paula Patton moves on
Stars aid Obama's campaign against sexual assault