Her sophomore album was recently pushed back after new single Team bombed on the music charts.
But Iggy Azalea still has reason to smile after signing on to replace Dannii Minogue on The X Factor Australia, thus beginning a whole new career as a local TV talent show judge,
Following the exciting announcement, the 26-year-old appeared to be in good spirits on Monday as she stepped out in a skintight ensemble for the New York premiere of the documentary, Serena.
Curves ahead! Iggy Azalea put on a voluptuous display as she stepped out in New York on Monday
The fast-talker showed off her voluptuous physique in a two-piece bodycon dress that clung to her shapely curves.
While the dress was in a brownish olive shade, Iggy decided to boldly break up the colour scheme by wearing bright orange stilettos on her feet.
The plastic fantastic starlet appeared to match her shoes to her blush, which was a striking shade of bronzed orange.
Best foot forward! The 26-year-old was all smiles after inking a deal to judge on X Factor Australia
Yesterday the the Mullumbimby-born bombshell revealed she will be returning to Australia in June to film The X Factor audition episodes over the period of one week.
The celebrity – known for her song Fancy – was asked by Twitter user @JaamieeexD when filming will begin for the reality TV karaoke competition.
Replying directly Iggy revealed the dates writing: ‘I will be there for one week at the end of June and 4 weeks in November so in total this is just a 5 week thing’ [sic].’
Tight squeeze: The two-piece bodycon dress could barely contain Iggy’s artificial assets and derriere
Matching: The fast-talked appeared to match her shoes to her blush
Iggy’s comments would suggest that the reality show will begin with a few weeks of pre-recorded audition episodes in October before going live in November.
Channel Seven have yet to share the dates with the public and the network has shortened the series due to scheduling around the Olympics and to curb falling ratings.
The personality – who is originally from NSW’s Mullumbimby – will be replacing Dannii Minogue.
Short time only: Iggy confirmed on Twitter that she will only be filming the show in Australia for five weeks
Mother-of-one Dannii has taken time out from television this year to focus on her son Ethan and relaunch her pop career.
Former judges Chris Isaak and James Blunt are also not expected to return.
Despite signing on, Los Angeles-based Iggy was initially uncertain.
‘I really didn’t picture myself being a judge on any kind of television show but I think that actually this could be a good fit for me, so I said yes,’ she told Sydney Confidential.
Iggy also told fans this will be her longest stint home in Australia for a decade.
Bye! Iggy is replacing longtime judge Dannii Minogue, who recently parted ways with the talent contest to open for Culture Club on their Australian tour