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Iggy Azalea Reveals Her Diagnosis With TMJ Disorder

Iggy Azalea
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While everyone was enjoying their New Year’s celebration, Iggy Azalea went on Twitter to wish her fans a “Happy New Year” and revealed a major medical challenge that she will face in 2015.

Apparently, the Aussie rhymer has been diagnosed with TMJ, which is short for temporomandibular joint dysfunction. This disorder can cause pain in your jaw and affect the muscles that control jaw movement.

While TMJ’s seriousness depends on how severe the pain is, it can definitely impact someone who has to perform vocally for a living. Azalea doesn’t seem to stress about it and appears to be determined to conquer her medical issue.

The ‘Fancy’ rapper also revealed that she’s working on her second album.

Azalea has a big year ahead of her. The 24-year-old rhymer will embark on her Great Escape Tour, which kicks off April 14 in Fresno, Calif., and wraps up May 24 in Austin, Texas.

We wish Iggy Azalea a healthy and happy 2015.

Read her confessional tweets below.

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