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Christina Aguilera’s AMA Outfit Slammed, Singer Hits Back



Christina Aguilera has come under fire for her tight white dress that she wore to the American Music Awards on Sunday. But is the criticism fair? The singer doesn’t think so.

The singer teamed a Herve Leger figure-hugging bandage dresses with Christian Louboutin high heels. I didn’t report on it at the time because my first reaction was that Christina looked rather good but it wasn’t a wacky dress worthy of much comment.

Was I wrong?

Christina Aguilera’s AMA outfit has a media backlashes and allegations that she is unsuccessfully hiding a second pregnancy.

Too tight, too short, too low say the fashion critics of the silver mini dress that the singer wore when she joined Maroon 5 on stage during Moves Like Jagger.

OK, so she had some major cleavage going on and she is not stick thin. But pregnant? Really? On me that tummy bump wouldn’t even qualify as a good Thanksgiving dinner.

Christina has hit back at her critics, saying so what if she has womanly curves. To be honest, I’m with her on that and like I say, I thought she looked good at the American Music Awards. But you folks may have other ideas.

Does Christina Aguilera need a better fitting dress?

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