Xtina Weight Loss: Christina Aguilera Shows Off Slim Figure; Is She Dressing Appropriately?

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Christina looked young, fresh and beautiful. With natural hued makeup, the singer sparkled. Reuters

Christina Aguilera is looking much slimmer recently. She flaunted her new leaner figure at Wednesday night's screening of the newest season of NBC's "The Voice."  

The 32-year-old singer turned heads at the TCL Chinese Theater in L.A. sporting a curve-hugging little black dress and ski-high Louboutin heels that accentuated her toned and bronzed sexy.

Xtina at Wednesday night’s screening of the newest season of NBC’s “The Voice.”  The singer looks naturally beautiful with minimal makeup and stuns in a LBD. (reuters)
Xtina at Wednesday night’s screening of the newest season of NBC’s “The Voice.” The singer looks naturally beautiful with minimal makeup and stuns in a LBD. (PHOTO CREDIT: Reuters)

Aguilera, whose over-the-top style, curvy figure and dramatic makeup provided frequent comment during her seasons as a mentor on the show, also tried out a more natural, fresh-faced beauty look.

Xtina's latest looks have been anything but tame, but maybe the mother of one is changing her style. Check out some of Xtina's awful outfit choices below.

Christina on the sent of her music video
Christina on the set of her music video "Your Body." (PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter)
Christina on the red carpet at the American Music Awards looks much heavier, pre-weight loss, the singer also looks unnaturally bronzed. (twitter)
Christina on the red carpet at the American Music Awards looks much heavier, pre-weight loss, the singer also looks unnaturally bronzed. (PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter)

 

Between her bright red hair pieces, leopard baseball hat, studded leggings, and orange tanned feet, this outfit is just an outright hot mess. (twitter)
Between her bright red hair pieces, leopard baseball hat, studded leggings, and orange tanned feet, this outfit is just an outright hot mess. (PHOTO CREDIT: Twitter)

 

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Donovan Longo

Donovan Longo, staff reporter, joined the Latin Times team in February 2013 and has quickly become our resident pop culture expert. As a native New Yorker and Fordham University alumni, Donovan has always had her finger on the cultural pulse and is here to get you in the know.  As a follower of Donovan’s writing you will undoubtedly win a game of thrones, survive a zombie apocalypse, fall in love with a vampire and outsmart the CIA. 

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