Christina Aguilera took to Instagram to post quite a number of photos and a video that show off her seriously toned core in a bikini.
The 41-year-old singer was lounging around in the infamous 'blasphemous' Holy Trinity bikini that Addison Rae caught so much flack for last week.
Christina hasn't shared much about her routines in recent years, but she is focused on loving and accepting her body as it natural curves over the years.
Addison Rae was slammed last week for wearing a bikini that people claimed was “blasphemous," but it turns out Christina Aguilera has the exact same one—with the message written in a different language.
Before the whole debacle went down, Christina actually shared her own pics in the bikini, which said “Pere,” “Fils,” and “Saint Esprit” (father, son, and holy spirit) across the front and bottoms, and she showed off her seriously sculpted abs in the process.
The 41-year-old Grammy winner was in Spain and wrote in the caption that she’s “loving me for me 🤍.” In the next post, she captioned the video, "A religious experience 🕊☁️."
FWIW, Christina didn't get nearly as much flack for her bikini as Addison did. But maybe people just don't parlez-vous Français?
Either way, she is clearly loving this bikini, too, because she shared all kinds of snaps and video of herself modeling it, alongside some toned abs, legs, and arms from all sorts of angles:
And a third post for good luck:
People were all about it in the comments. “Looking gooood!! ❤️🔥😍," one person wrote. “Excuse me young lady, you're not allowed to be this GORGEOUS 😭😭😭,” another said. "HOT QUEEN 🔥🔥🔥❤️," a third enthusiastic fan wrote.
Christina recently opened up to Health magazine about her body image. “We all have our good days and our bad days in how we feel about ourselves,” she said. “Entering this business, I hated being super skinny. Once I turned 21, I started filling out a little bit, and I was loving my new curves. I appreciated having a booty.”
Christina said she has “a hard time looking at the early pictures of myself because I remember feeling so insecure.” Because of this, she said, “I would never want to relive my 20s—you're so in your own head and finding your confidence. As you age, you stop comparing yourself to other people and start appreciating your own body and owning it.”
Christina hasn’t shared much about her fitness routine in recent years, but she did tell Health that yoga has “been instrumental in helping me” take care of her mental health.
Christina also talked to Women’s Health way back in 2016 about her love of yoga and how she digs the gentle nature of the practice. “Health shouldn't be a tortuous process," she said at the time. "Healthy is a state of mind, and it has to come from inside. It is not a situp; it's not a calorie count—I hate that!"
Of course, Christina gets plenty of cardio onstage. Case in point:
I am totally loving it, Christina!
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