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Britney Spears's team checked Iggy Azalea's house

BRITNEY Spears's team checked to make sure Iggy Azalea wasn't a "bad influence".

The two singers collaborated on a track, 'Pretty Girls' in 2014, and the Australian rapper invited the 'Toxic' hitmaker over for lunch to discuss the song - but the blonde beauty insisted on having her staff visit and inspect Iggy's home first.

Iggy recalled: "They came and checked my place to make sure I wasn't trying to stash anything weird and, like, give it to her, or something.

"Wait, Britney had advance people come scope out the place?

"Yeah, to make sure I wasn't a bad influence. And I'm not. I passed the test. [They were] very nice.

"I was like, 'I promise, I'm not gonna do anything bad. I just want to have lunch'. I mean, I don't do anything weird. I don't have, like, a crack den."

Meanwhile, the 25-year-old star is preparing to wed basketball player Nick Young "early next year" and she admitted they currently can't agree on a plan for their traditional first dance.

Speaking on 'Watch What Happens Live', she said: "Nick wants to do something stupid. He wants to, like, breakdance, and I don't want to do that. I want a serious dance.

"I already have to live with him, every day, being silly. I'm like, 'Can we have one serious moment?' "

Iggy also admitted Nick used to impose a sex ban on the days of his basketball games - but has now changed his stance because he thinks it gives him "special powers".

Asked if they get intimate on game day, she winked and said: "It used to be [no], but now he thinks it gives him special powers."



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