CHRISTINA Aguilera looked incredible as she stepped out in a skintight snakeskin bodysuit and flame haired red wig.
The pop star, 40, looked almost unrecognisable after deciding to ditch her trade mark blonde locks.
The singer, who is making her big comeback, had teased her new look earlier in the week with a sultry Instagram post.
But last night as she headed to the launch of her new single Pa’ Mis Muchachas, she continued with her incredible transfornation.
Christina wowed onlookers in LA in her figure hugging sheer bodysuit.
She teamed the outfit which a matching coat and sky-high stilettos.
Xtina’s new look comes after the star lost an incredible 50 pounds years before the pandemic with a series of diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.
Back in July, Christina shocked fans yet again when she showed up unannounced to a SoulCycle class to promote her comeback performance.
The Grammy-award-winner looked phenomenal in a white tank top, gray sweatpants, long white trench coat, and trendy black shoes and glasses.
The hitmaker made her way down the street looking fabulous as she planned a surprise visit to a SoulCycle spin class.
Upon entering the fitness lesson, the crowd went wild as she took to the microphone and thanked everyone for “sweating it out.”
“I want to invite all of you to my show at the Hollywood Bowl. Thank you so much for supporting the music and all of it and I can’t wait to see you guys at my show,” she told the crowd of bikers.
She admitted to having a “hard time” looking at pictures of herself from that period, as she remembered her deep “insecurities.”
“I think we all have our good days and our bad days in how we feel about ourselves. Entering this business, I hated being super skinny,” she told the publication for her May 2021 cover story.
“Once I turned 21, I started filling out a little bit, and I was loving my new curves. I appreciated having a booty,” the celebrity recalled as she reminisced about her 2002 album Stripped and the changes that came with it.”
Christina has since learned to love her body and embrace her curves, especially after becoming a mom to Max, 13, and Summer, seven.
She explained: “As you age, you stop comparing yourself to other people and start appreciating your own body and owning it.
“With age, you figure out that life is too short to waste time thinking about what other people think about you.
“I’ve realized I am making memories for myself and that I shouldn’t worry about what other people think.”
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