Iggy Azalea performs in a body-hugging jumper in Las Vegas

All eyes were on Australian rapper Iggy Azalea during her jaw-dropping performance at Las Vegas hotspot Omnia Nightclub on Tuesday night.

After Monster Products announced their official partnership with the hitmaker, she took the stage to sing many of her hit songs for attendees of the 2018 CES conference.

The crowd cheered for the Go Hard, or Go Home singer, 27, who was flanked by female dancers wearing tight leather shorts and fishnet tops. 

Celebration: Iggy Azalea celebrated her new partnership with Monster Products with a special Las Vegas performance on Tuesday

Celebration: Iggy Azalea celebrated her new partnership with Monster Products with a special Las Vegas performance on Tuesday

 My girls: Dancers helped Iggy keep her performance sexy for the mostly male crowd attending the CES electronics conference

 My girls: Dancers helped Iggy keep her performance sexy for the mostly male crowd attending the CES electronics conference

The largely male crowd cheered for the ladies who put on a rousing show for attendees that included journalists covering the yearly consumer electronics conference.

 She left her golden locks wild and wavy for the supercharged performance featuring many of her biggest hits including Work and Bounce.

Azalea, who welcomed the new year with a twerking video, interacted with the crowd who sang along throughout the performance.

 Football fun: She announced she'll be in Monster Product's 2018 Super Bowl commercial in February

 Football fun: She announced she'll be in Monster Product's 2018 Super Bowl commercial in February

Azalea left her blonde locks loose for the high energy performance

Azalea left her blonde locks loose for the high energy performance

Wild and free: Azalea left her blonde locks loose for the high energy performance

Get down: The Australian rapper sang many of her hit songs as the crowd joined in with the chorus

Get down: The Australian rapper sang many of her hit songs as the crowd joined in with the chorus

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