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Christina Aguilera opens up about her body: “The challenge I’ve always had is being too thin, so I love that now I have a booty”

Christina Aguilera poses on the new cover of Lucky Magazine, under the headline “Perfect Your Shape!” And by perfect your shape, do they mean photoshop your shape? Because that is most certainly NOT Christina’s waist. The girl looks perfectly fine and healthy, but let’s not pretend she looks like that, c’mon now.

Christina opened up in the magazine about her figure, and how even though she’s a bit heavier than she usually is right now, her weight problem typically has been “being too thin.” The Voice judge admits, “Actually, the challenge I’ve always had is being too thin, so I love that now I have a booty, and obviously I love showing my cleavage.”

In one of the pictures inside, the singer wore a black lacy see-through top. “I love the combo of denim and lace. The vest makes the lace more playful and casual,” she tells the magazine about her look.

The star, who got her first taste of proper fame by joining the Mickey Mouse Club in 1993 also discusses her entry into pop stardom in the late 1990s.

‘When you’re young, it’s so easy to get bull-dozed,’ she says. ‘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.’

The star will also soon be releasing a new, as yet untitled album later this year.

‘If you love Fighter, you’re going to love my new album,’ she says. ‘As a 30-year-old woman, I’ve been uncovering my independence, and it’s been really fun to explore in the new songs.’

What do you think about Christina’s Lucky cover?

Christina Aguilera Wearing Salon Effects!

Christina Aguilera wore Sally Hansen Salon Effects Real Nail Polish Strips in “Lust-rous” on last night’s episode of The Voice. Christina has gone through a complete transformation and the glam nails only make her look even more amazing.

Christina’s manicurist, Farah Songhorian, explains that the “Lust-rous” pattern “compliments the dress and adds some sparkle and glam to the nail”. Sally Hansen Nail Polish Strips offer DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde Free, no dry-time nail looks for style that lasts up to ten days. This easy and affordable at-home nail technology puts bold color, high- shine, and intricate design at your fingertips—just peel, apply, file, and go.

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Christina Aguilera opens up about her “rough year” in Marie Claire

Christina Aguilera graces the February cover of Marie Claire, and she looks absolutely amazing! Just goes to show you what the right makeup can do for you. She looks so much pretty without the ton of makeup she’s usually wearing. She looks great! In the article she opens up about her body, her rough year, and her NBC hit ‘The Voice’.

On 2011:

“That was a rough year,” Aguilera admits, shaking her head. “Between my divorce and the other things I went through, a lot happened. It’s hard for anyone to go through that in public. But when you’re a celebrity and under a microscope, it’s 58 million times harder. I grew an even thicker skin after that hard year.” The scrutiny seems to have shown no signs of abating: Lately, she’s been subjected to cruel tabloid headlines about her fluctuating weight. (“I was never that fat,” crowed Kelly Osbourne on E! Fashion Police.) Aguilera’s response, she says, is to ignore the static. “I’ve been through my highs, I’ve been through my lows; I’ve been through the gamut of all things in this business. Being too thin. Being bigger. I’ve been criticized for being on both sides of the scale. It’s noise I block out automatically. I love my body. My boyfriend loooves my body. My son is healthy and happy, so that’s all that matters to me.”

On her body:

“I have certain physical features that I favor over others. We all have our areas,” she says. “When I worked on Burlesque, I lost so much weight that I was too skinny. I don’t weigh myself — it’s all about how I feel in my clothes. What looks good on one person might not look good on another body type. I happen to be very confident in my own skin. It takes time to get to that place, but it’s all about embracing yourself and your body.”

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