If you ain’t dirrty, you ain’t here to party! Well, judging from Christina Aguilera’s latest Instagram posts, homegirl is definitely ready to have a good time. The 36-year-old pop star channeled her “Dirrty” days as she flaunted her left breast in nothing but a heart-shaped nipple pasty. The five-time Grammy winner showed off her curves in a skin-baring ensemble, as seen in a photo and video shared on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Likely celebrating her upcoming 37th birthday (which takes place on Monday, Dec. 18), Xtina dressed as a sexy cowgirl for a night out with her girlfriends. The blonde beauty looked hotter than ever in an embellished, low-cut suit that put her bare chest — and festive boob accessory — on display. In a clip posted on her Instagram story, the former Voice coach joined a few of her gal pals as they rocked their hips from side to side in their coordinating getups. “Ridin’ DIRRTY w/ my CowGirls,” she wrote alongside the video.
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As Christina’s army of “Fighters” have taken of note on social media, her Western-inspired ensemble seems to be a nod to the leather chaps she often wore during live performances of “Dirrty,” the lead single from her fourth studio album, Stripped — which just turned 15 years old on Oct. 22. During a 2003 interview with ABC News, the Mickey Mouse Club alum opened up about what drove her to record such a sexually charged album.
“I’m not that girl. I think music should be honest, and about who you really are. I would be fake if I tried to do that again,” Christina said, referring to the squeaky clean image she upheld while promoting her self-titled debut album, which dropped in August 1999. “It’s just me being me, that’s all it is…I’m always going to be changing and evolving.”
According to the powerhouse vocalist, she was tired of the double standard surrounding the sexual expression of men and women in the music industry — which a then-21-year-old Christina defiantly challenged on Stripped. “I think it scares people when a woman is comfortable with her body,” she said, “comfortable with herself, her sexuality.”