Christina Aguilera wants everyone to get one thing clear - she is done with dieting!
The star looked sensational in a new photoshoot for L'Officiel Italia in which she promoted body positivity and told her fans exactly what she thought about being judged on appearance.
Christina, 39, exuded confidence in the dramatic snapshots which saw her sporting thigh-high boots, lingerie, and oversized coats, and blew fans away with her powerful message.
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"I have often clashed with my anxieties and with being hypercritical towards myself," she told the publication. "But I have never stopped looking for new ways to push myself further, without neglecting to protect myself."
Christina - who is engaged to Matthew Rutler, 35 - then revealed: "I’m not going on a diet, get over it," before continuing: "Each of us is an individual and people judge you based on your differences, on what makes you unique.
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Christina's powerful photoshoot and interview with L'Officiel Italia
"You have to accept that beauty and to hell with everything else. True beauty for me is the ability to know you and project what you are in an unmistakable light. Not always pretty, far from perfect, but pure."
Christina in 1999
Christina also pointed out the importance of not comparing yourself to others and said: "Be kind to yourself. We are all walking on the path of inner research, it is our work as human beings and each one follows a different path, so it makes no sense to make comparisons.
"'Swim in your lane. If you waste time looking over your shoulder to see what others are doing, you lose sight of it,' is the best advice I’ve ever been given.
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"Let’s try to listen to the things that resonate within us. It takes time to get over the noise and really feel yourself."
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