The only thing weirder than sharks flying through the air is the amount of celebrities who agreed to appear in ‘Sharknado 2’. The sequel to the sci-fi phenomenon has attracted Hollywood A-listers, and star Vivica A. Fox teases a Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea cameo! Say what?!
Sharknado 2: The Second One takes over the small screen on Wednesday, July 30, and the sharks might want to watch out for Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea! Do the rappers appear in the movie? Read on to find out! (Now, that’s one celebrity feud we’d definitely tune into.)
‘Sharknado 2’: Nicki Minaj & Iggy Azalea Feuding With Sharks?
Shark attack! And no, we’re not talking about the, well, sharks. We’re talking about hip hop divas Nicki and Iggy. Are they about to jump into a Sharknado bloodbath?
The sequel’s star Vivica A. Fox EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com that she wants to see some fighters in the franchise!
“All fighters — we could put Floyd Mayweather in it,” the actress tells us of her Sharknado cameo wish list. “Add a little chocolate in it! And lets add a rapper. We can put Iggy Azalea in it and Nicki Minaj so those b*tches can fight each other!”
Couldn’t have said it better ourselves, Vivica.
Vivica A. Fox Reveals Her Favorite ‘Sharknado’ Murder Scene
Nicki and Iggy won’t be killing each other in this film, but the sharks go after it. So what’s Vivica’s favorite gruesome shark scene?
“It had to be when I was on top of the building and sliced a couple of them up,” she says EXCLUSIVELY. “Yeah that was pretty cool and slow motion hitting it. That was fun!”
Besides Vivica and returning stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid, Sharknado 2: The Second One will feature Mark McGrath, Kelly Osbourne, Bruce Dern, Al Roker and more.
And as for the rappers, never say never — Ian revealed to HollywoodLife.com that he’d love for tons of Sharknado spinoffs so Nicki and Iggy might just get the chance to bring their alleged feud to high waters.
HollywoodLifers, who would be the best celebrity to make a cameo appearance in Sharknado? Drop a comment below!
— Elizabeth Wagmeister, Reporting by Russ Weakland