Lady Gaga shared an apology earlier this week, explaining how sorry she was for ever working with R. Kelly amid the viral consideration Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly documentary has acquired.
"As a sufferer of sexual assault myself, I made each the music and the video at a darkish time in my life, my intention was to create one thing extraordinarily defiant and provocative as a result of I used to be indignant and nonetheless hadn’t processed the trauma that had occurred in my very own life," she wrote. "The music known as 'Do What U Want (With My Body),' I believe it’s clear how explicitly twisted my considering was on the time."
Her public assertion has sparked Christina Aguilera to share some phrases of her personal, praising Lady Gaga for doing what's proper. The two collaborated on a model of "Do What U Want" that is out there on streaming companies and apparently has re-entered the charts.
"Cool to see the model of this music I did with @ladygaga on the charts once more — this can be a reminder of ladies sticking collectively— and never letting a person take possession of an excellent music/ second... And if something the message of this music stays that though you will have had my physique, you'll by no means have my coronary heart, my voice my life or my thoughts," she wrote.
"Being a survivor of previous predators myself, these strains spoke to me, which is why I did the music. I embrace all survivors of sexual and home violence and abuse holding a particular place in my coronary heart, and also you @ladygaga, for doing the proper factor!"
Christina Aguilera Looking Fine As Ever In Bathtub Photo Set
Christina Aguilera treated her 4.5 million followers to a vintage XTina moment on thursday. She posted a stripped down three-picture photo set her posing seductively in a bath, each photo fering a different angle from which to view the goddess.
The spare use a water drop emoji underscores an eternal essence life that Christina continues to defy.
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The post is timely considering there is still considerable interest in seeing an Aguilera curtain call come to fruition. XTina was last heard on record in 2016, on the Netflix Original The Get Down soundtrack. There's no give back even for the most gifted generational talents. It so happens that Xtina has been cruelly teasing a return to music since November last year.
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Christina doesn't have to let down the fish nets and draw strings for time has been kind, has not eroded her appeal, as we can probably attest now that we've put our doubts behind us. If I get caught looking who's to say that I'm a dog.
Who Would You Cast In The 2018 Remake Of ‘Lady Marmalade?’
Sam Stryker posed the question on Twitter and plenty people had opinions. But one user, August Ryder, picked an all-star lineup that’s hard to beat:
All in all, there were some really creative answers. Hit the flip to see what we mean.
Pink Denies Cringing At Christina Aguilera's Whitney Houston Tribute
Many you have probably seen the viral clip Pink's apparent reaction to Christina Aguilera's Whitney Houston tribute this past weekend at the American Music Awards.
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In the photo below, you can see the look on the "So What" singer's face that seems like she isn't really feeling Christina's vocals and may be hiding a cringe. When TMZ caught up Christina after her performance and asked her about her reaction to Pink's reaction, she just fronted a stonecold face and didn't give any comments.
I think we all stand with pink's reaction listening to christina #AMAspic.twitter.com/Yxj2QdDvUQ— JAMIE (@habjxmie) November 20, 2017
As for Pink, she has taken to Twitter to shut down all those who are claiming her displease with Christina's performance, saying she was "in awe" her talent adding, "Yes. THIS. Christina fucking killed it tonight for one our favorite singers ever. This about Whitney, and I am in awe Christina's talent. Show the clip where I'm in tears, you negative Nancy's."
Yes. THIS. Christina fucking killed it tonight for one our favorite singers ever. This about Whitney, and I am in awe Christina's talent. Show the clip where I'm in tears, you negative Nancy's ??✌?❤️ https://t.co/5Lroq73xrQ— P!nk (@Pink) November 20, 2017
Fans were quick to fuel any drama since the two singers had past feuds in their younger days where things got physical after Christina apparently threw a punch at Pink way back when. Pink told Andy Cohen in October that they made up when they were both coaches on The Voice.
“She’s so talented and deep down I’ve had bad days, too,” she said. “She’s a really sweet person. We made up on The Voice. I mean, it was funny, I laughed. I hadn’t seen her in years and years and years.”
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After the AMAs, Christina tweeted a video thanking fans for making "a little girls dream come true" by allowing her to sing in memory Whitney.
??? @amas#whitneyxchristinapic.twitter.com/7aOKkevcmp— Christina Aguilera (@xtina) November 20, 2017
Twitter Drags Christina Aguilera’s Whitney Houston Tribute At The AMA’s
For weeks, everyone has been patiently waiting for Christina Aguilera’s tribute to Whitney Houston during the 2017 American Music Awards. However, once Christina completed her performance, not everyone was impressed. In fact, quite a few people felt that the Diva’s performance left much to be desired.
Hit the flip for Twitter’s reaction to her performance.
Twitter Reacts To Christina Aguilera's AMA Tribute to Whitney Houston
Sunday evening, Christina Aguilera took to the American Music Awards' stage to deliver on a tribute to the music in Whitney Houston's The Bodyguard film in honor the late superstar. It was Oscar-winner Viola Davis who would introduce Aguilera, whose performance was one the most highly-anticipated the night.
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Draped in a black satin dress, Aguilera opened up with the quintessential "I Will Always Love You," before transitioning into "I Have Nothing," and ending f with "I Run to You." All the while, scenes from the now-iconic film played in the background. The set would cap f with Houston's "I'm Every Woman" in an energetic closer.
This performance arrives in tandem with the film's 25th anniversary, dated for November 25th. The first three tracks Aguilera's set originally appear on the film's soundtrack which lays claim to the title being the best-selling movie album all time after selling over 45 million copies worldwide.
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Naturally, Twitter had varying opinions on Christina's rendition with a sea mixed reactions making it hard to fully grasp the general consensus. Check out Twitters' top reactions below.
Twitter is so annoying now. Christina Aguilera gave a GOOD emotional tribute to Whitney Houston and people are mad? #AMAspic.twitter.com/FNFQqNEqTf— ? (@nickitellem) November 20, 2017
Did y’all not see Ciara go say “she did okay” to Christina’s performance?? The shadddeeeee #AMAs— ɾϳ (@WarmAndWistful) November 20, 2017
Christina Aguilera’s performance sounded like an American Idol audition gone wrong. #AMAspic.twitter.com/hEbrFEh8iM— keithan (@iamKeithan) November 20, 2017
Y’all need to give Christina some credit. She performed songs that even Whitney struggled with, in front her peers and even members Whitney’s family. She did amazing and Whitney would’ve been proud, especially since Whitney LOVED Xtina.— ️️ً (@ethanxrih) November 20, 2017
Christina looked stunning and sounded amazing!!! WOW! #AMAspic.twitter.com/uhKf86Yc9p— Shady Music Facts (@TheShadyFacts) November 20, 2017
Christina Aguilera is getting backlash for “over-singing” while an artist’s performance gets praised while lip-syncing through the whole thing.— LYZA (@OnlyVocalists) November 20, 2017
Christina Aguilera did not disappoint. That was amazing. I was clapping and singing along from my living room. #AMAs— Samantha (@iAmSam_23) November 20, 2017
Whitney looking down at Christina hit all them sloppy vocal runs and notes like...Ummm please stop. #AMAspic.twitter.com/ZlQUfNf1Gq— Ashlie (@kissmy_ashlie) November 20, 2017
When Christina didn't hit the note during "I Will Always Love You" #amaspic.twitter.com/vMMqZsBltg— Ashley (@asherz124) November 20, 2017
me when christina started going flat on all those notes pic.twitter.com/185XqXnA8G— ?⭐️??✨? (@saturashun) November 20, 2017
Me looking at all these tweets about Christina killing this #AMAs Whitney tribute pic.twitter.com/3U53MhPSEE— Bri?? (@PrettyMuchBriii) November 20, 2017
People will hate on Christina Aguilera for being loud and doing runs then turn around and drag someone like Selena Gomez for not being able to do the same thing pic.twitter.com/KALuS85BiO— la bella vita (@drugproblem) November 20, 2017
selena and christina tonight https://t.co/e7q5lbmqME— ali (@styIeschasm) November 20, 2017
Christina U BETTER SING GURL U DID THAT— TwizléyGøLD ?♔ (@Twizleyterrific) November 20, 2017
I will be waiting for that New Album! Whitney would be Proud