Pop diva Christina Aguilera stepped out in a sexy outfit for an appearance on David Letterman's Late Show in New York this week. The star, who had adopted a more demure style of dress since her wedding last year, seems to have reverted to a more revealing look
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22 JUNE 2006
She might have gone through a more demure phase after her marriage last year, but Christina Aguilera seems to be back to her Dirrty girl form. The diva was sporting a red hot look as she arrived to film The Late Show With David Letterman in New York.
The blonde bombshell stepped out in skin-tight red pedal-pushers and a black shirt unbuttoned to reveal a leopard-print bra, as she made her way to the TV studios this week. Glamorous as ever in huge shades and toting a white Chanel handbag, the petite starlet showed no signs of reverting to the toned-down look she's adopted of late.
Her husband Jordan Bratman, however, doesn't have a problem with the 25-year-old's barely-there outfits. "He is proud and supportive of how I look. It's an expression and an element of what I do. I don't think it's about being secure. It's comfortable and I am comfortable in my own skin," she told the Scottish Daily Record newspaper. She has nothing but praise for her music executive beau whom she describes as "my rock and my backbone and my best friend".
Christina has always been unafraid to try out new looks, from Marilyn Monroe glam to the leather get-up she donned for 2002's Dirrty video. "It's important to express myself, and I think sexuality will always have a role in each record," she explains. The hit singer, who says she "loves to play dress up", is currently promoting her jazzy new single Ain't No Other Man which she performs under the pseudonym Baby Jane.
Her third album Back To Basics, out in August, adds a modern twist to jazz and blues styles. "I chose to dive right into the 1920s, Thirties and Forties, a time that really inspires me," she explains. And she's adopted the look of that era to help get into character: "Right now, because it goes with the music, I like the red lipstick and being blonde."
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