Christina Aguilera’s Brave Admission: I’ve Always Been Too Thin

Wed, September 5, 2012 4:30pm EST by 3 Comments
Christina Aguilera Weight Gain

After gaining some weight, Christina has been under extreme scrutiny for her new fuller figure. In a new interview, ‘The Voice’ judge opens up about her weight struggles and reveals why she’s in love with her new curves!

Christina Aguilera, 31, first entered the spotlight at a young age when she appeared on The Mickey Mouse Club in 1993. In the late 90s, she went on to become one of the biggest pop stars of the decade. In an interview with Lucky, the singer opens up about the intense pressures of being a young girl in Hollywood.

“When you’re young, it’s so easy to get bull-dozed,” she revealed to the magazine. “There were these two ladies who worked at the record label who always wanted to come to fittings and dress me up like a Barbie doll. It was disgusting.”

Although Christina has received some criticism for her recent weight gain, she’s not ashamed of her more voluptuous figure.

“Actually, the challenge I’ve always had is being too thin,” the singer confessed. “So I love that now I have a booty, and obviously I love showing my cleavage.”

After feeling the pressures from the spotlight to stay thin, Christina advises fuller figured women to be proud and embrace their curves.

“Hey, if you can work it and you can own it, that confidence is going to shine through.”

HollywoodLifers, do YOU think Christina was brave to admit she was too thin? Vote below!

– Jenny Pickard

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Posted at 12:53 PM on September 28, 2012  

Chubby HO..

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Posted at 1:49 PM on September 6, 2012  

she’s gorgeous now!! you go girl!

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Posted at 5:32 PM on September 5, 2012  

i wish people wouldn’t talk about being too this or too that. i think we all have a natural body weight which is normal for us. some people are naturally thin, others medium, others more plump. don’t tell jessica sanchez she’s too skinny, for example- i think that is a natural normal build for her, particularly as a teenager. but you know, jordan sparks, her build is obviously very different. i think in general we are moving into a more accepting environment, socially speaking, and it’d be nice to see that translate into a wider range of beauty being acceptable and marketable… i’d love to be able to hold weight the way j.lo or kim k. or some of these fuller women do… but that’s not my build. i have a skinny build which looks bad if i chunk it up. full women look bad when they get too thin. it all depends on your natural build. i have no idea what christina’s natural build is b/c she’s gone all over the place. i don’t think she looks bad bigger though… i mean, jessica simpson looks great when she’s plump, if you ask me… she looked much healthier and more natural when she was in the “mom jeans” photos than the dukes of hazard photos, in my opinion. but, someone like calista flockhart- tho i know she has eating issues, or did- that type of build doesn’t look right/good chubby, either. in any case, i guess all of this is to say that people should slam people for being fat, OR THIN, b/c it should just be healthy— and everyone should realize that bodies naturally tend toward different sizes. maybe one day hollywood will be able to capitalize on this fact.

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