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  2018.07.20. 23:15

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  2018.07.19. 20:15



Christina Aguilera at HEART IBIZA 2018 in Ibiza, España

  2018.07.18. 06:05


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Christina Aguilera: a candid interview about rediscovering her mojo to create ‘Liberation’

  2018.07.08. 19:00


In the 20 years since Christina Aguilera’s arrival helped usher in a new era of pop, the performer has shown she is unafraid of transformation.

Aguilera famously torched the bubblegum teen-pop image crafted for her with a pair of leather chaps and edgier genre-blending music that announced a young woman in full control of her agency. It shocked America and the then 21-year-old singer was slut-shamed by critics, peers and even Tina Fey.

At one point she took her cues from the styles of the 1920s-1940s, committing wholly to a vintage pin-up look to match the modern take on vintage jazz, soul and blues she was exploring.

She’s assumed the role of a cyborg, channelled Marilyn Monroe and Marilyn Manson – for the same project – and re-emerged as a blissed-out earth mother.

Shape-shifting has always been a part of Aguilera’s charm, but her real appeal lies in that voice.

With a fiery range that recalled early Whitney Houston, Aguilera was able to separate herself from the pack of pop ingénues reaching superstar status during the early 2000s.

For a generation who hit puberty during the great Y2K pop explosion, Aguilera was an essential voice with music that tackled self-empowerment, feminism, sex and domestic violence – subject matter her contemporaries were shying away from.

Just look at the lasting impact of 2002’s “Stripped,” her most ambitious work to date and an album that has since become a blueprint for the likes of Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato – young singers who have all come of age in front of the public and sought to shed their manufactured image the way Aguilera once did.

Aguilera has sold over 50 million records worldwide, notched dozens of Billboard Hot 100 hits, won six Grammys, dipped into film and helped make NBC’s The Voice a TV phenomenon.

Yet the past decade has been shaky for Aguilera on the music front.

Her most recent work – 2010’s underrated “Bionic” and it’s mostly forgotten follow-up “Lotus” – wasn’t met with the same fanfare and a lengthy stint on The Voice left Aguilera’s fans wondering if she would ever return to music.

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We Asked Christina Aguilera: Would You Rather Give Up Sex or Booze?

  2018.07.06. 15:30


Like any pop star with staying power, Christina Aguilera has managed to master the art of reinvention. She intrigued us after bursting on the scene with “Genie in a Bottle” during 1999’s pop music renaissance, shocked us by separating herself from dozens of similar acts with chaps and piercings during 2002’s “Dirrty” period, then produced hit after hit—and a new pin-up look—with 2006’s jazz and soul inspired album Back to Basics. And that’s just a corner of her resume.

Now, the 37-year-old is switching things up again with the release of her sixth studio album Liberation (available to buy and stream now), which is her first since 2012. And it definitely commands your attention. (Just watch her passionate “Fall in Line” performance with Demi Lovato at the 2018 Billboard Music awards if you need convincing.)

To celebrate the new album, Aguilera answered “The Big Questions”—a rapid-fire assortment of things you definitely want to know—for Glamour’s August issue.

What’s your full name, and where does it come from?

Christina Maria Aguilera. I’m half Ecuadorian, half Irish. My mom said she named me after a princess.

What’s your idea of true happiness?

The idea of true happiness is seriously just peace of mind. No deadlines and no judgments.

What’s your idea of hell on Earth?

Suppression. Well my whole album is called Liberation for a reason. It’s about the anti-being suppressed and feeling stifled. There’s nothing worse in the world than feeling like you’re in a stifled place where you’re being told how to be, how to dress, how to act, how to feel. And it happens all the time. So I think at a certain level maybe we’re all a little suppressed. But you know yeah. That is definitely hell on earth to not be free.

What’s a headline about yourself you’d love to read?

Well I’m going to go for the unattainable. But these are pretty off the beaten path questions and a little bit imagination so “Christina Aguilera Does The Unimaginable Solves World Hunger” Or “Bridges Social Divide.”

Would you rather stop time or speed it up. And why?

Stop time for sure. It’s going too fast! My kids are growing up way too soon I’m like oh my dear lord. Where is time going? So definitely to be able to freeze time. I would do it in a heartbeat.

If you could phone a friend right now, who would it be?

I think Priscilla. Priscilla always makes me happy. She’s done my hair, my extensions for so friggin’ long. I’ve known her forever. She’s my ride or die.

If you could be anyone, who would you be?

Wonder Woman. Real people are too complicated for me. I want to kick some ass!

What’s the best invention of all time?

Social media. It allows you to speak your mind and squash rumors. But it’s also the worst, for so many reasons.

What three things would you take to a desert island?

I’d need company, so either my dog or my man, water or wine, and definitely a boat, so I can get the fuck out of there.

How do you stand up for what you believe in?

You just do it! Very Nike campaign, but you have to be unafraid to go against the grain.

You have to give up sex, booze, or laughter. Pick one.

Booze. I’d have to start being a good stoner then, I guess.

What’s something you wish you’d written?


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