Iggy Azalea, the Pitbull tour’s opening act, commands the stage while wearing a skin-tight bodysuit.


Iggy Azalea commands the stage in a skin-tight bodysuit as the opening act for the Pitbull tour.

Last month, Iggy Azalea, a support act, opened for Pitbull as he began his Can’t Stop Us Now summer tour.

The rappers’ seventh performance on their tour through the US and Canada, which runs through October 19, took place at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York, on Friday.

Before Sean Paul, a Jamaican dancehall rapper and singer, takes over as the opening act for the remainder of the show on September 4, fans can catch the Australian rapper as the special guest.

Hip-hop enthusiasts will love this double bill because it is ideal for them.

Azalea (born Amethyst Amelia Kelly), 32, was the first performer to take the stage dressed in a purple bodysuit and shorts that looked like they belonged in an animated movie or television show.

The revealing outfit hugged her well-known curves and had matching sleeves that reached her elbows.

She also strutted around the stage in black boots while dancing and gyrating.

The Australian actress finished off her appearance by pulling her dyed blonde hair back into a tight ponytail with a middle part.

Work was the show’s opening number, and other well-known songs like Fancy, Black Widow, and Problem were played after that. Azalea has been performing a 14-song set list.

Izalea had the crowd enthralled before Pitbull took the stage, bringing his contagious smile and an all-black outfit that included a leather jacket over a shiny button-down shirt and vest.

For his portion of the double-bill, the 41-year-old rapper from Miami (born Armando Christian Pérez) mainly performed hits.

The end result was a dance-heavy journey through almost 20 years’ worth of club classics and Latin hip-hop chart-toppers, including Fireball, Echa Pa’lla (Manos Pa’Arriba), I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho), and Give Me Everything.

Pitbull’s tour DJ IAmChino spun during the two five-minute breaks Pitbull took instead of an intermission, and his six backup dancers, dressed in even more revealing outfits, kept the audience entertained with their inventive moves.

Pitbull’s tour DJ IAmChino spun during his two five-minute intermission-free breaks, and his six backup dancers, who were dressed in even more skimpy outfits, kept the crowd entertained with their inventive moves.

Before coming to an end on October 19 in Hollywood, Florida, Worldwide will lead the tour through such cities as San Antonio, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Toronto, Nashville, and Orlando.

In the early 2000s, Pitbull started his career by releasing reggaeton, Latin hip hop, and crunk music on various labels.

His English-language Planet Pit (2011) album, which included his first number-one single Give Me, saw him eventually reposition himself as more of a pop artist.

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