Three years after the long-awaited return of performing in the UK (or anywhere really) with “The X Tour” in 2019, Christina Aguilera is back again to promote her new Spanish-language album “Aguilera”. Most casual fans may not have ever known about the new music but there’s no forgetting it or Christina after seeing her live. Read my full review of her Liverpool show here.
As we bow out Pride Month, much has gone on in the world surrounding LGBTQ issues and rights to reflect upon. But as ever, gay icon Christina Aguilera also reaffirmed her support for the community with her jaw-dropping performance at LA Pride. To commemorate and thank her for said support, here are my top 10 favourite LGBTQ anthems she has put out over the years.
Cher is a unique, inimitable superstar. And after living through seven decades she has certainly had an interesting life – one that is now being told through a jukebox musical. But does “The Cher Show” bring the icon’s life, career and eccentric personality to the stage faithfully and with sincerity without parodying her? Read my review to find out my thoughts here.
With a voice, presence and legacy like Whitney Houston’s, it’s hard to imagine others emulating her. But if anyone can do it, it’s Elesha Paul Moses and her “Whitney – Queen of the Night” entourage. Read my review of this party-starting, tear-jerking tour of Whitney’s biggest hits here.
A controversial risk at the time, Bionic was considered a copycat flop at the time but now considered an underrated, game-changing musical gem. Here are the ways in which the real Madame X made an impact with the album.
She may not have had much solo success recently but Christina Aguilera is definitely still an inspirational, successful icon! These 15 things will prove just that.