Nude Christina Aguilera in GQ hates Mariah Carey
Christina Aguilera has posed nude for a magazine cover. On the June front cover of
America's GQ magazine, the "Dirrty" star is pictured lying naked on a white sheet.
The singer - who sports a mass of blonde curls and bright red lips in the picture -
spent an hour perfecting her pose, which was inspired by bombshell Marilyn Monroe.|
Meanwhile, Aguilera is apparently locked in a war of words with fellow diva Mariah Carey.
Christina told GQ: "One time, we were at a party and I think she got really drunk, and
she had just really derogatory things to say to me. But it was at that time she had that
breakdown, so she might have been very medicated."
Mariah - who was hospitalised for exhaustion in 2001 - later told Access Hollywood: "I
had hoped Christina was in a better place now than the last time I saw her, when she showed
up uninvited at one of my parties and displayed questionable behaviour. It's sad, yet
predictable, that she would use my name at this time to reinvent past incidents for her
promotional gain. It is in my heart to forgive and I will keep her in my prayers."
After learning of Carey's reply, Aguilera tells Us: "At this point in my life I do not
want bad energy with anyone. My intentions were not to upset Mariah. I have all the respect
in the world for her." Aguilera has said that since she married Jordan Bratman last year,
she wants to clean up her "Dirrty" image. But she still poses naked in GQ with nothing but
artfully draped bedsheets hiding her naughty bits reports PageSix.
Meanwhile, some of Aguilera's friends she can do without. Things took a nasty turn at a
raucous party last month. "A close friend of Christina's had sex on her sofa and someone
urinated on her white shag carpet," Us quotes a source as saying. "Christina lost it. She
was yelling and screaming at everyone," the source said.
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(Sunday 23 November 2014; 0:47)
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by B from USA|
Mariah's album sold over 100,000 copies with no promo and its lead single was a hit. #Beautiful went Platinum. Mariah is still relevant. I think a residency would do more harm than good. It would make her look like a woman who is irrelevant and she's not. She needs to hire the trainer that whipped her into shape during the E=MC2 era and release a n... read more
(Sunday 23 November 2014; 0:12)
||Mariah Carey and Taylor Swift's "1989" (48,019)
by Prince Lodestar from Indonesia|
Anyone notices some of Taylor Swift's songs on her new album are lightly inspired by Mariah Carey? From my POV, here are some songs:
1. Shake It Off, which is obviously, the title is the same (though the song is entirely different).
2. Style, the melody of the chorus reminds me a lot of Money ($ * / ...)
3. Stay, the "Stay" part is really simila... read more
(Saturday 22 November 2014; 18:51)
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