The dancer is a woman with black hair gathered in a long braid. She wears a purple mask with blue curvy lines, indigo lipstick, purple tights with a dark violet-blue part at the bottom that has a baggy protuberance on her back and blue lines over it, which resemble spider webs and glow up sometimes, as well as violet curvy decorations on her legs. Her tights merge with her heels, which have the same color and decorations as her legs.
Before the song starts, the webs on her dress glow up with a red light over her black silhouette, which then reveals her details.
During the verses, her color scheme changes to black and red, and the curves on her torso light up yellow.
The background is filled with black and blue spider webs, which glow up purple and yellow. The background color changes after the dancer changes to maroon, it turns black and white, and glows up white. There is a moon below the right corner. Before Rita Ora starts singing the chorus, it turns into a dark landscape and the dancer appears in the background in black and white.
There are 4 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1, 2, and 4: Put both of your hands to the right. Gold Move 3: Throw both of your hands up as you kick up your right leg.
Gold Moves 1, 2, and 4
Gold Moves 1, 2, and 4 in-game
Gold Move 3
Gold Move 3 in-game
Black Widow is the second song by Iggy Azalea in the series.
However, this is the first song to credit Iggy Azalea as the main artist.
The words "f**king" and "do" (from the line "That will do ya how I do ya") are censored. Also, as the clean version is used, "sh*t" is replaced with "shhhhh."
Unfortunately, "f**king" and "sh*t" were officialy censored in the original clean version.
Black Widow was announced during the "MTV 2014 Video Music Awards" via Twitter, along with Bang Bang.