For the Record …. Teenage singing sensation Christina Aguilera emotes sophistication and poise, self-assurance and grace as she sings and swings her way through the lyrics of popular songs. Yet her image as an American teen idol conceals the true identity of a precocious and introspective woman on the brink of self-discovery.
Despite her success and her ability to look practically flawless each and every time she hits up the red carpet, Aguilera has always been open about her imperfect upbringing, which began with a less-than-idyllic childhood. If you listen closely, the hellish events that shaped her life can be found within the lyrics of some of her most emotional songs. From allegations of domestic abuse to a crippling divorce that did a number on her emotional wellbeing, this is the tragic real-life story of Christina Aguilera.
Aguilera ranked at number 58 on Rolling Stone ' s list of Greatest Singers of All Time inand was included on Time ' s annual list of the most influential people in the world in With estimated sales of 75 million records, she is one of the world's best-selling music artists. While recognized as a prominent figure in the contemporary teen pop scene, Aguilera sought to assume artistic control with Stripped and its lead single " Dirrty ", which displayed her sexually emancipated persona and generated considerable controversy.
A bonafide superstar, the pop powerhouse has changed musical styles about as often as she's changed up her look — which, for the record, has been a common occurrence throughout the singer's career. She went on to make numerous hit records, carving out a name for herself as a bonafide pop star. The "Genie in a Bottle" songstress has never been one to remain all bottled up, however — constantly expressing her evolving interests, musical tastes, and ideals through both her creative works and her outward appearance. No matter the look, you can be sure Aguilera has made a headline for it.
There's a reason it's called "the classic red lip," and the mom-of-two continues to effortlessly pull off the look, year after year. She ditched her signature red lip and instead opted for a pink gloss for her Whitney Houston tribute. Christina Aguilera's Changing Looks.
Yesterday started off as a pretty chill day. I woke up, went to a coffee shop, did some journaling, worked a bit, and went for a walk. Inshe took on a more pinup-like appearance — red lips and a victory roll hairstyle — with the release of her Back to Basics album, which featured her take on a slew of throwback songs.
Emphasizing her Ecuadoran ethnic heritage, she capitalized on the Latin pop music boom by mastering enough Spanish to release Mi reflejo My Kind of Christmas followed. She returned to dance pop with Bionicthough the album was considered a commercial disappointment, as was its follow-up, Lotus
She rapidly rose to stardom following the release of her hit single, "Genie in a Bottle," which earned her a Grammy Award for Best New Artist. The ambitious singer lasted just two years on the program before she moved with her mother to Japan, where she recorded the hit single "All I Wanna Do" with Japanese pop icon Keizo Nakanishi. More success soon followed.
Aesthetically, the video is very Hunger Games meets Handmaids Talewhich is fitting for the inspirational female empowerment anthem. But fans of the song are already delving into alternate meanings, and one theory in particular has taken root: that the video could be a visual representation of the two stars' rise through child stardom. Twitter user Demetriaaalove came up with a intense theory that argues art imitates life in the video, writing "Demi Lovato and Christina Aguilera were both children actors in Disney and under public scrutiny, them teaming up and overcoming it is the concept of the Fall In Line music video.
The singer admitted she felt 'very uncomfortable' in 'certain situations'. Christina Aguilera has claimed that older men tried to take advantage of her when she was a teenager. Before topping the charts aged 19 with Genie In A Bottle, the star regularly attended auditions for parts on the small screen.