Christina & Jimmy Fallon Perform in Disguise in NYC Subway Terminal

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Christina and Jimmy Fallon are so sneaky!

The “Fall In Line” powerhouse singer and the late night TV host dressed up in costumes to perform unannounced on Wednesday (June 13) in the Rockefeller Center subway terminal in New York City.

The two performed several songs, including George Michael‘s “Freedom! ’90″ and Christina‘s own “Fighter.” And between the silly costumes and Christina‘s immediately recognizable voice, the crowd clearly knew who it was singing the songs – and they loved it!

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Christina Aguilera Busks in NYC Subway in Disguise





Christina feat. Goldlink: “Like I Do” Stream, Lyrics & Download – Listen Now!

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Christina just released a brand new track called “Like I Do” with Goldlink, which you can listen to right here!

The song is the latest off of Christina‘s upcoming studio album, Liberation.

The song follows “Accelerate,” “Twice” and “Fall In Line,” which are all featured on the upcoming record, which will be released on June 15.

Listen to “Like I Do” below! You can also download the song on iTunes.

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“Entertainment Weekly” Interview

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It’s been six years since Christina Aguilera dropped her last album, Lotus. Since then, she’s been busy everywhere but the studio, appearing on NBC’s The Voice and caring for her two children, Max, 10, and Summer, 3. But the music drought is almost over thanks to this summer’s R&B/hip-hop-tinged Liberation, a bold new album from the 37-year-old pop star that drops on June 15. Aguilera spoke with EW about her return to the studio, working with Kanye West, and whether her “Dirrty” leather chaps will be making a comeback.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: The album is called Liberation. What does that mean to you?
CHRISTINA AGUILERA: I wanted to have a title that meant freeing myself from anything that wasn’t my truth. That’s a constant I think in everyone’s life: every time you feel stifled in a current situation where you feel you’re not quite yourself or being bogged down by other people’s opinions. Or when you feel like you’re stuck in a stagnant place. I kinda felt like I was asleep at the wheel and going in autopilot for the past few years, not living up to my full potential and the purpose of why I’m living on this Earth: to sing and make music. So I’m getting back to that and getting back to my own personal truth. It’s almost like a new shedding of skin.

It’s been six years since we’ve had an album from you. What accounts for this break?
Having kids definitely slows things down [laughs]. I do take that job very seriously. I only felt like I could truly focus once they’re in bed and after the house was quiet. Thank god I have a home studio. But joining The Voice and being on television was a comfortable place — almost too comfortable after a certain amount of time. Just sitting in a chair all day is not personally, artistically rewarding. Doing TV is super time-consuming, especially on competitive shows. You’re juggling a team and you wanna be there for them and I take that very seriously. Having to do all the obligations that come with working for a network, you just feel like you’re being sucked dry and you’re not being able to truly do anything for you. Then at the end of the day coming home from work and having to [care] for your kids and making up for lost time. It’s just like, Jesus lemme get a massage and take a bubble bath or work on my record.

Or some wine.
Trust! It was getting too far away from the person I am or the person I ever wanted to be. All the things, behind the scenes, it just stopped being anything I truly believed in and it got away from what I originally had signed up for. So this album just encouraged me to get back to my truth and things that felt real and that little girl that was truly passionate about music in the first place before the business of it swallows you up whole.

You have a song on the album called “Sick of Sittin’.” Is that about those red swivel chairs on The Voice?
[Laughs] It’s not to be taken so literal. But trust me, there were days I think we all got sick of sitting in that red chair. I think in a sense it’s a shout-out to anyone who’s just sick of their daily routine and are just stuck in some way shape or form in their lives. I think there are so many moms out there who give up on so much because being a mom is hard and time-consuming. I think it’s important to keep our dreams and passions alive even if we dedicate a little bit of time during the day to ourselves. There’s a reason for everything and we all sometimes get seduced by a paycheck, but at the end of the day my passion and soul and integrity speak volumes more than just the material items.

The video for your first single, “Accelerate,” has you being covered in some clear liquid. What is that? Lube?
It’s glycerin [laughs]! It’s so sugary! It’s disgusting. I kept my mouth shut the entire time. It’s not that fun but it feels really cool on your body.

“Accelerate” and the song “Maria” are both produced by Kanye West, who’s made some polarizing statements recently. How was your experience with him?
When I first started the Kanye songs, it was before he even [released] Life of Pablo. Then, he went on tour. Look, he’s always said things that have stirred controversy and attention. I’m not getting involved in what he’s saying or anything like that. I know him as an artist. I do know that when we sat down and he played me these tracks, he got me. I think he’s an artist first and foremost and we’re not always going to agree with artists. I loved our initial meeting and we totally clicked. I found him to be very endearing.

You also teamed up with Demi Lovato for the duet “Fall in Line.” Why did you want to work with her?
I respect women who are no-nonsense and ballsy. She has a past that she’s overcome and I relate to that a lot. And she’s definitely been vocal about how I’ve been an inspiration to her and I find that so kind and endearing. I appreciate when women support each other. But I love the fact that I’m sharing this with Demi. We just fit together like an Oreo cookie. She’s so cute and amazing and we had so many similarities. Like, we’re the same height. She’s the dark-haired version and I’m the blonde-haired version. I also gravitated towards her because I needed a badass girl who could really blow and own the song with me. I needed someone who was gonna lock their knees and dig in deep and grind in there.

You’re also going on tour with this record. What can fans expect?
I think that it’s going to strip back a lot of the noise, to get to the bare minimum of truth and the real music and storytelling — the real nitty-gritty of going to a show. It’s exciting for me to experience putting on a show like this. Everything I’m doing right now is almost approaching things as a new artist with a fresh perspective. This is a different chapter in my life. I’m experiencing it with my two beautiful children who will definitely see a different side of mommy they haven’t seen. It’s gonna be fun. It’s gonna be challenging. But I just gotta get back out there and do what I’m meant to friggin’ do already. Sick of sittin’ [laughs]! And I wanna keep going. I don’t want to take another long gap either. This is like getting my feet wet. I’m getting back in my artist body, which is what I’ve needed to do for so long. I’ve been so glam for so long and that is definitely fun and I’m a performer at heart but right now I wanna get back to everything and show my freckles and strip it down.

Who’s a pop star out right now that you think is killing it?
Well I think she’s been killing it for a minute. Rihanna. She’s everyone’s favorite little badass.

Your fellow pop stars Britney Spears and Lady Gaga are doing Vegas residencies. Would you ever consider that?
I’m not gonna rule anything out. I’m a very spontaneous person. It would really have to make sense. I’d have to do it completely different in my way. I’ve never been a Vegas-y kind of girl [laughs]. I like to hit it and quit it. Get in and out. I need the comforts of home. I am a cozy queen. Like cushion-y soft, candles. Don’t get it twisted — that’s not being a diva, that’s just being comfortable [laughs]. Get me out of my sequin dress, off the red carpet, and into some cozy sweatpants or a kimono and I’m happy. Thank you!

But will you wear your leather chaps from “Dirrty” on the Liberation tour?
Maybe a modernized version. Chaps will never go out of style.





Christina & Demi Lovato’s “Fall in Line” Stream, Lyrics & Download!

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Christina’s new power ballad “Fall In Line,” featuring Demi Lovato, is here!

The new song is off of Christina‘s upcoming album Liberation, which will be released on June 15.

“To anyone who’s ever felt silenced and repressed, the truth seekers and bold thinkers… may you liberate your voice and break the mold, never back down, and never fall in line,” Christina tweeted.

Download the song on iTunes.

Listen to the brand new song below!





“Twice” – Stream, Download, & Lyrics – Listen Now!

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Christina has yet another new song out! She just dropped her latest emotional ballad “Twice.” You can download Christina‘s new song off of iTunes here.

Listen to “Twice” below!

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Where’s Maria? – Liberation by Christina

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Christina posted new video on her YouTube Channel. You can check it out below:





Christina Announces New Album “Liberation” – Official Cover, Tracklist & Release Date!

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Christina is truly back!

Just moments after dropping her brand new single “Accelerate” with Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz, the 37-year-old entertainer has unveiled the official artwork and tracklist for her upcoming album Liberation.

The eighth LP from Christina, and the follow-up to 2012′s Lotus, will be released worldwide on June 15th via RCA Records.

Aside from Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz (who appear on lead single “Accelerate“), Xtina has recruited guests Demi Lovato as well as dancehall stars Keida & Shenseea for the 15-track collection.

1. Liberation
2. Searching For Maria
3. Maria
4. Sick Of Sittin’
5. Dreamers
6. Fall In Line (feat. Demi Lovato)
7. Right Moves (feat. Keida & Shenseea)
8. Like I Do
9. Deserve
10. Twice
11. I Don’t Need It Anymore (Interlude)
12. Accelerate (feat. Ty Dolla $ign & 2 Chainz)
13. Pipe
14. Masochist
15. Unless It’s With You





“Accelerate” Music Video

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The first song from Christina’s new album “LIBERATION” is out now! You can watch the video below:





Christina stars as a robotic prostitute in new Tribeca film “Zoe”

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Humanity is at the center of “Zoe,” a new romantic drama about forbidden love between a human and a synthetic robot. Starring Ewan McGregor as Cole, a robotic engineer, and Léa Seydoux as the titular android, the movie will make its world premiere at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.

It marks the second sci-fi project — following 2016’s “Equals” starring Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult — for director Drake Doremus, who started kicking around ideas with screenwriter Rich Greenberg about a technology that would affect the way humans would date in the future and how they might find solutions for heartache.

“It’s a very human story,” he tells ET. “It’s more about the humanity of it and asking real questions about what do when we really need to feel whole and feel complete as a person.”

A sci-fi film rooted in human emotion, Zoe is ultimately grounded by the cast’s performances, which also includes Theo James, Miranda Otto and Rashida Jones.

Wanting to work with both McGregor and Seydoux, it was almost serendipitous the two were cast after scheduling conflicts and the actress’ pregnancy forced Doremus to move away from the project at times. “It was a dream come true to pair them together,” he says. “It’s amazing how it all lined up.”

But going beyond the two leads, Doremus has a knack for pulling out unexpected performances from his actors, much like he’s done in the past with Stewart in “Equals” and Anton Yelchin in “Like Crazy.” Here, it’s James, who plays a robot named Ash that falls in love with Zoe.

“He’s really beautiful in the film,” Doremus praises, adding that he wanted the actors playing robots to act more human than anyone else. “His and Lea’s performance reach a level of humanity and love that a lot of the humans don’t have or struggle to have.”

Though, perhaps the biggest surprise is the casting of Christina Aguilera, making a return to film in her first onscreen acting role since 2010’s “Burlesque” — though, she did have a brief recurring role on TV’s “Nashville” in 2015 — as a robotic prostitute named Jewels.

Her character’s physical appearance is what one might expect of a futuristic brothel worker, with severe bangs cut out of her long black hair, heavy makeup and a skintight latex dress. Without giving too much away, she encounters Zoe, who is more technologically evolved, in an underground brothel where Jewels works — and is confined to.

“They’re both fascinated by each other because they both see things in each other that they don’t have and that they want,” Doremus says of the interactions between the two robots, which is full of mixed emotion for Jewels in particular. “It’s really fascinating to see two different class levels observing each other.”

Doremus says that bringing the singer on board was an organic process — and not a stunt by any means. After her agent reached out about the project, she was sent the script and was completely taken with the character, feeling that she could draw parallels between her life and that of Jewels’. Aguilera understood how one could feel trapped and alone.

“I’ve been really fortunate to have people read for me over the years and for this movie,” Doremus says, revealing that the singer sent in an audition tape, which he says was so fantastic that he cast her. “I’m just trying to make the best movie I can and I try to cast the best person for the role and she was the best person. She won the role.”

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Christina Will Be On “Carpool Karaoke”

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Christina will be guest on Carpool Karaoke with The Late Late Show’s James Corden. You can chceck the video below:



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