Iggy Azalea made her 'Saturday Night Live' debut on Saturday (Oct. 25) performing 'Fancy' along with 'Black Widow' and her brand new single, 'Beg For It.'

For her first performance, the Aussie rapper performed her chart-topping hit 'Fancy' behind a backdrop of a high school locker room. Azalea, as well as her background dancers, donned varsity jackets that read No. 90 (her birth year 1990) and "Who Dat, Who Dat," which is a line from the aforementioned song. After a few verses, she then segued into 'Black Widow' with a surprise appearance from R&B songstress Rita Ora.

For her second performance, Azalea debuted, for the first time on national TV, her new song, 'Beg For It' featuring Danish pop singer Mø.

At the start of her set, Azalea, dressed in all-black, sits on a throne flanked by two statues of black panthers. She then hits the stage to rap her seductive lyrics from the song. Not only that, the 24-year-old rapper also showcases some fancy dance steps with her male and female background dancers.

'Beg For It' is one of the five new songs that will be appear on Azalea's upcoming reissue of ‘The New Classic’ called ‘Reclassified.’ The collection will hit stores on Nov. 24.

Watch Iggy Azalea Perform 'Beg for It' with Mo on 'Saturday Night Live'