South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are known for pushing boundaries in their long-running show, and their most recent episode is no exception.

The episode contains a "Women of Rock" concert plotline that features animated versions of Randy Iggy Azalea, Miley Cyrus, Lorde and Nicki Minaj performing their "songs." But before Lorde is set to take the stage, she says that she doesn't want to sing in front of everyone because she doesn't sound the same live.

"You think those people out there care what you sound like? You're just another female pop star," her manager says. "Just go out there and pump your hips and..." Watch the clip above to find out what other moves he recommends! 

"Hey! That's not what my music is about," says Lorde, taking a dig at the music industry. "I'm not reducing myself to that."

A bootylicious version of Azalea doesn't take too kindly to Lorde's comment, and she immediately attacks the fake "Royals" singer, verbally and physically.

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"Oh, f--k you, Lorde. You think you're so much better than everyone," Azalea says. But an exasperated Lorde defends the statement saying, "I just think that our younger girl fans need something a little more positive as role models."

The fight only escalates from there, with the animated Azalea criticizing Lorde's body, including her "legs that look like a horse."

When Azalea takes the stage she is joined by none other than a holographic Michael Jackson. The surprise cameo doesn't sit well with Lorde, who continues to comment negatively on the industry.

"They shouldn't rehash dead people," Lorde says. "It's so wrong."

But the tables certainly turn at the end of the concert, when Lorde takes the stage only to act lewdly in order to impress the fans enough to comment.

The make-believe Lorde isn't the only one attacking pop music these days, as Bette Midler also slammed the overt sexuality in the industry when she criticized Ariana Grande for her attempts to become more adult.

"It's terrible! It's always surprising to see someone like Ariana Grande with that silly high voice, a very wholesome voice, slithering around on a couch looking so ridiculous," Midler told The Guardian.

After Grande called out Midler for her unfriendly comments, the Beaches actress apologized for her via Twitter, writing, "About my screed on @, all I can say is, 'Spoken like a reformed old whore! She does have a beautiful voice, on a couch or off.'"

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