Kim K and Christina danced the night away at Christina’s private launch party!
New BFF alert! Kim Kardashian has a new best friend: Christina Aguilera! Last night, June 10, Kim K joined Xtina for her private album launch party for Bionic at AVENUE in NYC and the gals were attached at the hip. “Kim and Christina were inseparable and chatted for a good part of the evening,” a party insider tells HollywoodLife.com. “They went wild and dance to Miike Snow’s ‘Animal!'” Click here to find out what song got them dancing like crazy!
Christina Aguilera went from classic bombshell to tempting songstress at the MTV Movie Awards, here’s how you can too!
Pop star Christina Aguilera hit the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards on June 6 looking like a total classic beauty. Celebrity makeup artist Kristofer Buckle wanted “perfect, ivory skin and strong bone structure” to highlight her bold and classic red lip. Read more & SHOP Christina’s look!
How excited are you to hear Christina’s first original album since 2006’s Back to Basics?
If the artwork from Christina Aguilera‘s first single off her upcoming CD “Bionic” – “Not Myself Tonight” – is any indication, her new album is going to have one sexy sound!
In the black and white retro-inspired shot for her single “Not Myself Tonight,” the 28-year-old singer looks sleek and toned as she strikes a devilish pose. The much-anticipated single is expected to be released today, March 24, or so says a countdown on her Web site, www.christinaaguilera.com.
Don’t you love the mellow Christina Aguilera? She talks music, motherhood, and maturity in the new issue of Marie Claire!
It’s been a long time since Christina Aguilera was getting “Dirty,” rocking dread locks, and going by X-Tina. She’s now been married for four years to Jordan Bratman, has a two-year-old son Max, and is coming out with a new, more mellow album, Bionic. The ballad singer and performer tells Marie Claire in the February issue, “I had a really hard time being light before [I was a mother]. I’d get a little weird about it being too cliché. My first record was very clichéd pop – what everyone else wanted.” Read more