From Mulan to the Moulin Rouge, this is the evolution of Christina Aguilera. Thanks, X-Tina, it’s been quite a ride.
1998 Mulan Reflection
Oh Christina, so young, so wholesome. This was our first look at Christina (apart from the Mickey Mouse Club). She had a great start, Disney Soundtracks start a lot of pop artists. No fashion moves were made yet, but she definitely was on the radar.
She’s a Genie in a Bottle
With Her 1999 Release of Genie in a Bottle, Christina Aguilera’s image started to get sexy. It was a high time for mini skirts and belly tops (at the same time) and she was bearing it all.
Her 2002 album “Stripped” gave her a chance to be at the helm of her own image, and boy did she run with it.
And She Stayed Durrrty
She ran with it alright. Wearing pretty much nothing, everywhere, she was quite possibly Snooki’s fake tan go-to for inspo – not to mention hair and make up. She’s had brighter days.
The Dark Days are Over
Thank god for Candyman. In 2006, Back to Basics, Christina Aguilera cleaned up her act, closed up her piercings and covered her tummy for a cleaner, pin-up look.
She continued this look for a while, taking form Marylyn was definitely working for her.
With the 2010 release of Bionic, Christina tried to copy Lady Gaga. This image switch was up for debate but we’re just callin’ it like it is.
And Then This Happened
Her whole stint with Gaga-ism went a bit too far. DNW.
And this too
Meow? These stills from her single “Not Myself Tonight” rubbed pretty much everyone the wrong way. Stick to your roots, gurl!
Christina took a successful turn just in the nick of time with her new job on The Voice. Sporting a fuller figure, Christina’s style is casual glam and she has really come into our own.