Australian star Iggy Azalea has revealed she's been looking for her TV remote for the last three days.
Iggy Azalea has been looking for her TV remote for the last three days.
The Australian rap star has taken to her Twitter account to reveal her frustration and to ask her followers for some help in finding the remote.
Iggy wrote on the micro-blogging platform: ''The remote has been missing for 3 days now. Help. (sic)''
Iggy, 28, has become well-known over recent years for giving her followers a behind-the-scenes insight into her life through social media.
But the blonde beauty recently admitted that some aspects of being so candid with her fans can be ''unfortunate''.
She said: ''Twitter is unfortunate, social media is unfortunate because it freezes that in time for us.
''In some ways, that's good. You can look back and self reflect and say, 'Geez, I've come a long way, that's good.' The silver lining is that you can look at that and be like, 'Never again.'
''But I don't really sit around thinking, 'If only I could delete that one thing.' You know, you've gotta move forward and have personal growth. I don't really think much about that.''
Meanwhile, Iggy has also admitted that the landscape of rap music has changed markedly since she launched her breakthrough hit 'Fancy' in 2014.
But the chart-topper has made a conscious effort to adapt while still trying to remain ''original''.
She explained: ''I watch what is going on, because it's important - no matter what it is you're doing, if you're rapping or working in an office - it's important to keep an eye on what is happening around you. So I watch what's going on and what people like, but I never want to try to copy that. I still want to be original and have a sound that's true to me.
''So for me, I listen to what's happening or what's changing sonically, and then I just try to incorporate something that's organic to me.''
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