Christina Aguilera is attractive in a busty

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Busty Christina Aguilera is attractive.

When Christina Aguilera took the stage at The O2 Arena in London on Friday, she performed with vigor.

As she sang, the 41-year-old singer stood out in a striking black PVC bodysuit with flame-like sheer panels.

She wore a matching coat that almost reached the floor and was decorated with yellow, red, and orange hues at the hem and on the sleeves.

In order to complement her jacket’s black color, Christina wore a pair of thigh-high, high-heeled PVC boots.

She put on a pair of dark sunglasses to protect her eyes from the intense stage lighting as she sang.

Following news that the American pop star is writing new music, she gives a performance.

After being motivated by the response she received at her most recent concerts, Christina—who released her Spanish-language album Aguilera in May—has gone back to the studio.

According to a source who spoke to The Sun, Christina is currently working on new music.

She thoroughly enjoyed attempting something novel with Aguilera; however, she is now prepared to return to her pop roots.

‘At the moment she is experimenting with sounds, but it’s probably going to be the dancey commercial sound with big vocals that fans love her for,’ says a source.

Christina, who shares a 7-year-old daughter named Summer and a 14-year-old son named Max with her current partner Matthew Rutler, previously admitted that her Spanish-language music is a way for her to “share” her culture with her kids.

She said: “It has been such a beautiful blessing in and of itself to now approach the new Spanish music at a time in my life where I’ve survived this business over decades and am a mother to my children who I want to share a part of themselves, a part of their roots, a part of their heritage.

In the car, my daughter requests all of the newest Spanish music.

I have to admit that occasionally I don’t want to think about work at the moment.

Listen to Encanto now.

But it’s been lovely to watch her connect with the music and realize that it’s a part of who she is.

The Genie in a Bottle singer considers her music to be a way of “engaging with” her family history, particularly with regards to her estranged father Fausto, an Ecuadorian.

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