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|Aguilera Helps Local Domestic Violence Agency - Apr 13, 2007|
|(KDKA) PITTSBURGH Christina Aguilera brings her "Back To Basics” Tour To Mellon Arena tomorrow night in her first local concert since 2003.|
While her fans can't wait – Christina's visit will also be important to a local domestic violence agency which is benefiting from her generosity, her voice and her personal experience.
Behind her glamorous exterior, Christina has a secret she is now sharing in a very public way.
She and her mother were victims of domestic violence.
Christina sings about it in a new song and talks about it in a new national public service campaign on Lifetime Telev...
|Dream Genie - Apr 14, 2007|
|CHRISTINA Aguilera has conquered an abusive childhood, a career full of haters and, more recently, trust issues with men, to reign supreme.|
She epitomises self-belief.
“I think we have our own demons that we face,” she says. “We have our own hardships in life. It’s a lifetime of growing and evolving into a better person, getting stronger through every obstacle that comes your way.”
She is outspoken about her violent father, laying out his barbarity in her songs I’m OK and Oh Mother. But, she says, the bad times hurt her deeply.
Until she met her husband, music industry executive Jordan Bra...
|Aguilera returns home for performance at Mellon Arena - Apr 13, 2007|
|Wexford native Christina Aguilera last performed in this region in January when she appeared at a private party at the Nemacolin Woodlands resort for billionaire Joe Hardy.|
She'll be back in the area Saturday night, playing before a larger and, to be sure, less exclusive audience at Mellon Arena Saturday night at 7:30.
Faring a good bit better than fellow former Mouseketeer Britney Spears, Aguilera's most recent album, "Back to Basics," debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart when it was released in August.
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|Christina to rock Adelaide - Apr 15, 2007|
|DIRRTY girl Christina Aguilera will bring her lavish burlesque stage show with more than 130 costumes to Adelaide in July.|
The blonde US singer, with hits Dirrty and Beautiful, will play Adelaide Entertainment Centre on July 17 as part of her Back To Basics tour.
Aguilera, who has sold more than 25 million albums and won four Grammy Awards, will make 10 costume changes during the show, which has been winning rave reviews in the US.
The singer-songwriter and producer will bring 25 band members and dancers, and stage equipment weighing almost 500,000kg and featuring three stages and more th...
|Set to launch the raunch - Apr 15, 2007|
|SUPERSTAR Christina Aguilera is bringing her raunchy live show to Queensland – and says she is not sorry for making music sexy.|
"It's really empowering for a woman in this day and age to come across as overtly sexual in a strong way, and be unashamed," said the pop princess, who will play the Brisbane Entertainment Centre on July 20.
In an exclusive interview with The Sunday Mail, Aguilera, 26, spoke about her Australian tour, her peaceful life with music executive husband Jordan Bratman and her mission to portray bold sexuality.
Critics chastised Aguilera for her brazen sexy imag...
|Proceeds of 'meet and greet' auction benefits three local charities - Apr 12, 2007|
|Christina Aguilera's "Back to Basics" tour, stopping at more than three dozen cities in the United States and Canada, is about more than the music.|
At each concert site, Ticketmaster auctioned off "meet and greet" packages, with proceeds earmarked for three charities Aguilera supports.
One is the Women's Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh, where Aguilera's mother, Shelly Kearns, is on the board of directors.
"We feel honored that she cares so much about the cause and about what we're doing here in Pittsburgh," says Ellen Gamble, development director for t...
|Facing down the demons - Apr 15, 2007|
|Christina Aguilera epitomises self-belief. She has come through an abusive childhood, a career learning curve of haters and, more recently, trust issues with men, to conquer all.|
"I think we have our own demons that we face," Aguilera says.
"We have our own hardships in life. It's a lifetime of growing and evolving into a better person, getting stronger through every obstacle that comes your way."
Listen to the interview Aguilera is outspoken about her violent father. Those traumatic events are laid out in her songs, "I'm OK" and "Oh Mother."
|Where Is Christina? Details On The Lovely Latina’s Whereabouts! - 2002|
|With so many entertainers on the music scene, sometimes it’s hard to tell one from another. Christina Aguilera however, has always stood apart from the crowd. From her soaring, soulful voice, to her vibrant, flashy style, Christina isn’t content to sit in anyone’s shadow. Yet despite her natural exuberance, this diva has shied away from the limelight in recent months. Fans around the world are wondering what has become of Christina, but never fear, she is working hard on her upcoming projects!|
Although Christina’s debut album appeared on the charts back in 1999, she’s been super-busy ever sin...
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