Christina Aguilera Will Be Performing a Whitney Houston Tribute at This Year's AMAs
This is exciting...
Christina Aguilera is a living legend and popstar extraordinaire, however, she has been pretty absent from the music scene as of late. Her last album was released five years ago and she hasn't released an official single since 2013's hit 'Say Something'.
However, that all looks set to change. The 'Beautiful' star is performing at this year's American Music Awards.
YES. CHRISTINA IS REALLY ABOUT TO MAKE HER GRAND RETURN TO THE POP MUSIC SCENE.
The performance itself will be a tribute to the one and only Whitney Houston. November marks 25 years since the release of Whitney's blockbuster film The Bodyguard and its record-breaking soundtrack. Christina is honouring it at the ceremony.
If anyone will do justice to The Voice it is Christina. No-one compares to her but Christina comes close.
The 'Can't Hold Us Down' hitmaker took to Instagram to let us all know the super exciting AMA news.
Christina shared a poster of herself made for the event alongside the caption: "I am excited, honored and humbled to perform a tribute to one of my idols, Whitney Houston for the 25th Anniversary of "The Bodyguard" at the AMAs! 11/19 on ABC."
This month also marks the 15 year anniversary of Christina's critically acclaimed album Stripped.
Here's hoping this performance means that Christina's highly-anticipated comeback is upon us.
With rumoured P!nk and Demi Lovato duets to come, we cannot wait to see what she does.
Words: Sam Prance
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