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Christina Aguilera slams talk of weight issues

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Christina Aguilera slams talk of weight issues

The Voice coach Christina Aguilera has hit out at people who constantly scrutinise the weight of celebrities. Chistina claims that she has been criticised time and time again for her weight, whether it be too big or too skinny and she believes that, as long as somebody is comfortable with who they are, then that is all that really matters.

Aguilera explained, "I think my video works over the years have spoken to my confidence.” She then added, “As you know, Dirty and so on, and Lady Marmalade. I've been no stranger to being very comfortable in my own skin to take those risks, to take those chances."
 
Christina continued, "I've been on all spectrums. I've been in this industry for a long time. I came out on the scene when I was 17 years old. You can never be too much of anything. You can never be too perfect, too thin, too curvy, voluptuous, this, that. I've been on all sides of the spectrum as far as any female in this business." A brand new season of The Voice, which will see Christina Aguilera once again team up with Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton, is set to premiere on NBC after the Super Bowl in February.