Reportedly, the AMAs have set the ground rules for the planned television performance of "Booty" calling for no cracks and no rubbing.
"The censors are not ready," show producer Larry Klein said. "I'm fine with it."
According to tweets by Iggy Azalea today, the pair have not been asked to make any changes and there are no plans for them to "expose" anything.
J. Lo and Iggy will be seated in the front row next to another highly anticipated performer -- Taylor Swift, who will be singing her hot single "Blank Space" live for the first time.
The new single from 1989 just appeared at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 list, knocking off Taylor's other hit "Shake It Off" and making Taylor the first female artist to replace herself at the top of the charts.
The 2014 American Music Awards airs live Sunday, Nov. 23 on ABC.