Nicki’s famous butt may have taken center stage in her outrageous ‘Anaconda’ video but she wasn’t the only one shaking her money maker on set! The rapper revealed to HollywoodLife.com that she wanted only ‘girls with big booties’ to be her backup dancers!
Tiny butts need not apply! Nicki Minaj, 31, admitted in a new interview with HollywoodLife.com that she wanted only the hottest fat bottomed girls getting down with her in her hit “Anaconda” video! Here’s why.
Nicki Minaj’s ‘Anaconda’ Dancers: Singer Wanted ‘Big Booty’ Women For Video
Nicki had a crystal clear vision for her “Anaconda” video and it revolved around gorgeous, curvy women!
“I wanted girls with big booties. So that was one of the requirements, actually, for the dancers,” Nicki explains to HollywoodLife.com in a new interview.
Once Nicki had the perfect sexy ladies for the job, the rest came easy.
“I wanted a jungle theme. I wanted the girls to feel like we were all in a part of the world where all of the girls look like that,” Nicki adds. “I wanted an ocean scene. I thought that would be sexy. And I just wanted a video with a lot of different looks and I wanted to do some dance in it.”
Now that we’ve seen the finished product (many times over), we think Nicki — and her backup dancers — totally nailed it! We loved seeing such stunning, full-figured women proudly showing off their curves in the video!
Nicki Minaj Discusses Her Nipples After VMA Wardrobe Malfunction
Nicki may have let it all hang out in her “Anaconda” video but she spent her entire MTV Video Music Awards performance trying to cover up her goodies!
Apparently Nicki had to sing “Bang Bang” directly after her “Anaconda” performance, and she didn’t even have enough time to zip up her dress! Thankfully she avoided a nip slip, which she later expressed gratitude for in an Instagram pic that she captioned: “God is good. As long as a nipple didn’t come out to play, I’m fine.”
So HollywoodLifers, do YOU think it’s great that Nicki chose women with “big booties” to be in her “Anaconda” video? Let us know!
— Written by Tierney McAfee, Reporting by Russ Weakland