Christina Aguilera reappeared at Tao Nightclub in Los Angeles this week looking really “Beautiful,” just like her song but with some few pounds more than usual.

The singer was looking fashionably chic as described by ET Online, looking glamorous in a long black dress, a cut-out lace jacket and heels.

The 32-year-old singer has been away from the cameras for quite some time and last thing we heard from at the ABC Special in January where the singer took the stage to perform a perfect rendition of classic song “Stormy Weather.” During that same week she announced her partnership with cookies brand “Oreo” for which the artist set  a millionaire contract. On the campaign called “Oreo Dunk Challenge,”  you can see Xtina hanging from a cord while dipping her cookies on a glass of milk.

Xtina’s looked fabulous on the video, but some of her fans were really upset about the new commercial because they by this time they were expecting news of a new album from the “Your Body” singer, since her last material was launched in 2012.

Aguilera has been collaborating in different songs during the past 5 years in songs like “Say Something” featuring A Great Big World; “Hoy Tengo Ganas De Ti” featuring Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández and her last single “Telepathy” as part of the soundtrack for the Netflix series “The Get Down.”  

But even though her fans rejoiced with these last singles, they can’t stop complaining about her awaited Spanish- English album that never seems to be ready.

However, Christina has been working for some months on new music and supposedly on this Spanish album where the singer would return to her beginnings with the successful album "Mi Reflejo" that made her achieved worldwide fame.

In February, news circulated about the preparation of the singer's album (rumored to be called "X6”), although the singer has never confirmed this information.

She has joined some renowned producers like Ricky Reed and as news has leaked, she would try to return to the classics but adding that modern twist she can never avoid from her albums.