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Iggy Azalea goes 'Kill Bill' for her new music video

Rita Ora and Iggy make a mean femme fatale team in the music video for 'Black Widow'

By Andrea Tim | Published: 14 Aug 2014

Video: iggyazaleamusicVEVO

Iggy Azalea channels Uma Thurman's katana-wielding skills a la Kill Bill in her latest music video, except the song isn't Black Mamba, it's Black Widow. The rapper even goes all the way with her costume mimicking Uma's famous yellow jumpsuit, but hers is white with black stripes down the side.

Rita Ora sports blonde bangs and a lethal confidence as she joins Iggy on their mission to take out a mobster played by Michael Madsen, who starred in the Kill Bill films. It's all in Iggy's head, really, but we can't say no to a good sword-fighting sequence.

Black Widow isn't Iggy's first film-related music video; Fancy, released in March, was inspired by the 1995 comedy chick flick Clueless.

Related: Iggy Azalea lands her first acting role in Fast & Furious 7
Related: Sony announces female superhero film around Spider-Man universe


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