Iggy Azalea announces to a packed crowd: "I’ve got the best vagina in the world."

It’s not every day that your anatomy is crowned the best in the world, but that’s how pop star Iggy Azalea, 26, felt on Wednesday night at GQ Australia‘s 10th annual Man of the Year awards ceremony.

Taking out the magazine’s title of ‘Woman of the Year’, the Mullumbimby-born star amused the star-studded crowd with her acceptance speech.

“Thank you GQ for this award. I have won a lot of awards over the last few years but this one means the absolute most to me because I can finally say I have an award winning vagina.”

“This is amazing to me,” Azalea joked. “I’ve got the best vagina in the world. How do you say no to that … you don’t.”

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2016 hasn’t been an easy year for the “Fancy” rapper, who endured a very public split from her fiance, NBA star Nick Young, after news of his infidelity broke in late June.

The couple promised to wed in February 2015, however, Young is now expecting the arrival of his child with another woman in the coming weeks.

When the story hit tabloids, Azalea posted a series of now-deleted tweets to her 7.13 million Twitter followers.

“I broke up with Nick because I found out he had brought other women into our home while I was away and caught them on the security footage,” she wrote.

“This is just like a second shot to the chest. And I feel like I don’t even know who the hell it is I’ve been loving all this time.”

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On balance, the X-Factor Australia judge has experienced great heights this year also, including a lucrative deal with NBC Universal to develop a series of shows.

“I think it’s been a pretty good year,” Azalea told The Daily Telegraph at the event.

“The thing I like most about producing my shows … even though it’s still my creative ideas, the product isn’t me. When people criticise it, there is a disconnection.”

Other recipients of GQ Australia‘s awards included Chris Hemsworth (Man of the Year), Joel Creasey (Comedian of the Year) and Stan Grant (Agenda Setter of the Year).