Christina Aguilera biography
Christina María Aguilera, better known as Christina Aguilera, is a singer, actress, composer, dancer, producer, model, designer and American businesswoman of Ecuadorian and Irish origin. She is recognized for her powerful voice and her ability to sing acapella. She was born on December 18, 1980, in Staten Island-New York, United States, and is the daughter of Fausto Wagner Aguilera (Ecuadorian) and Shelly Loraine Fidler (Irish-German).
Christina Aguilera began acting and singing as a child, through roles in theatrical productions and television shows starring Star Search and Mickey Mouse Club. Her artistic career began to be built, from her childhood, since recognized as “the little girl with the great voice” She also participated in shows for young talents, and at the age of eight appeared for the first time in the Star Search television contest, singing the song “A Sunday Kind of Love” by Etta James, but did not win.
Christina sang The Star-Spangled Banner, the national anthem of the United States, in the introduction of local hockey, baseball and football matches. She later presented a casting for Disney’s children’s company for a new version of the Mickey Mouse Club television show. In 1994, the program was canceled and the singer began recording a demo album called Just Be Free, along with the company Warlock Records.
For the year 1997, she collaborated in the single “All I Wanna Do” with the Japanese singer Keizo Nakanishi. That same year she represented the United States at the Golden Stag International Festival, where she sang along with artists Sheryl Crow and Diana Ross.
In the year 2000, Christina Aguilera won her first Grammy Award in the category of “Best New Artist” surpassing singers like Britney Spears and Kid Rock.
For the year 2006, after the success of her first albums, Christina Aguilera released her third studio album entitled “Back to Basics” which received many positive reviews and included elements of soul, jazz and blues. The singles “Is not No Other Man”, “Hurt” “and” Candyman” reached high positions.
In 2008 she released her first compilation album entitled “Keeps Gettin ‘Better” On September 7 of that same year, at the MTV Video Music Awards, Christina performed “Keeps Gettin ‘Better” along with the “Genie 2.0” mix. The song debuted in the seventh place of the musical list of the United States. That album surpassed the 5 million copies sold worldwide and reached the Golden Record in the United States.
Her fourth studio album was called “Bionic” and was released in June 2010. That same year she premiered the movie “Burlesque” and on November 15 received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Christina Aguilera participated as a judge in the musical program “The Voice” with singers like Adam Levine, with whom she collaborates in the single “Moves Like Jagger” and with Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton with whom she recorded the studio album “Lotus” in 2012.
For the month of April 2014, she announced that she had started working on her eighth studio album, and she engaged with Matthew Rutler. On August 16, Christina gives birth to her second daughter Summer Rain Rutler. She also confirmed her participation in Broadway 4D, as well as a cameo in the Nashville series and the recording of a new soundtrack.
In 2015, she returned to the stage. In the 57th edition of the Grammy Awards, and with A Great Big World they won a Grammy, winning the category “Best Duo” / “Best Pop Group Performance” for “Say Something” being the sixth Grammy in the career of Christina Aguilera.
- 1999: Christina Aguilera.
- 2000: My Kind of Christmas.
- 2000: My Reflection.
- 2002: Stripped.
- 2006: Back to Basics.
- 2008: Keeps Gettin ‘Better: A Decade of Hits.
- 2010: Bionic.
- 2012: Lotus.
- We Remain: 2013.
- The real thing: 2015.
- Shotgun: 2015.
- Telepathy: 2015.
- Change: 2016.
PARTICIPATIONS IN CINE AND TELEVISION
- Mickey Mouse Club (1993-1995).
- “Reflections on Ice: Michelle Kwan Skates to the Music of Disney’s ‘Mulan'” (Voice) (1998).
- Beverly Hills, 90210 (1999).
- Saturday Night Live (2000-2006).
- Shark Tale (2004).
- Shine a Light (2008).
- Project Runway (2009).
- Entourage (2010).
- Get Him to the Greek (2010).
- Burlesque (2010).
- The Voice (2011-2015).
- Pitch Perfect 2 (2015).
- Tracks (2016).
- Emoji Movie (2017).
- Zoe (futuristic love film) (2018).
Christina Aguilera has won five Grammy Awards with a Latin Grammy, which is why she became the first American to win a Latin Grammy, obtaining it for “Best Female Pop Vocal Album”. Throughout her career in the music industry she has won awards thanks to her five studio albums: Christina Aguilera album, Stripped, Back to Basics, Bionic and Lotus, and for the only Spanish-language album Mi Reflejo. She has also won prizes for live performances and s one of the most awarded celebrities for her perfumes, with a total of 34 awards.
She was elected the most influential celebrity in the Times in 2013, in 2014 she was chosen as the celebrity and most influential mom in recent years.
- Ivor Novello Awards (International success of the year Genie in a Bottle).
- Teen.com Awards (Best song by female artist Genie in a Bottle).
- Billboard Awards (First Woman to introduce R & B into Pop Music).
- VH1 Awards (Bubble Gum Queen).
BLOCKBUSTER AWARDS TO:
- Favorite Single (Genie in a Bottle).
- Favorite New female artist.
VH1 POLL TO:
- Sexiest teen idol of 2000.
- Best Video Teen Pop (Come on Over Baby – All Want Is You).
- Alma Awards for Best New Artist.
TEEN MAGAZINE AWARDS TO:
- Best female artist
- Best girl power song – What a Girl Wants.
LO NUESTRO AWARDS:
- Best novel artist
- Best female artist
- Eternal patron of Britney.
TMF AWARDS (HOLLAND) TO:
- Best Female Seller of the year – Christina Aguilera.
- Pop Princess of This decade – Emi Awards.
MTV TRL AWARDS TO:
- TRL Evolution Award.
AWARDS TMF BELGIUM TO:
- Best Stripped International Album.
- Best International Female Artist.
- Best International Fighter Video.
GLAMOR WOMEN OF THE YEAR AWARDS TO:
- Woman of the year.
- Best Singer of 00s.
- Yahoo Relevant Artists of Decade.
ASCAP POP MUSIC AWARDS:
- Best Video Both- “Can’t Hold Us Down”.
- MTV Europe Music Awards
- Best Female Artist.