It’s just a case that you’re reading this post. I’ve tried to find screencaps of yesterday’s episode of The Voice – the Top 6 live eliminations, which sent Matthew Schuler home – but nothing. For this reason, the only thing I can do is writing it using the few pictures I’ve found online. I’m so sorry about it, but not living in the US and watching the show live makes everything more complicated. Did any pre-recorded scenes air? What did she wear in them? I have no idea, but I promise I’ll update the post as soon as I can get my hands on good pictures.
Awww, sexy! I love when Christina plays with fashion and dares to sport looks she’s never tried before. She’s definitely not famous for playing with the mix of masculine and feminine, but she surprised me with a nice outfit which actually mixed the two elements. She wore a pinstriped shirt with rolled-up sleeves, a pair of skinny jeans, red and blue suspenders and a nice felt hat.
Do you know what’s the first thing that came to my mind when I saw pics from yesterday’s episode of The Voice? For the night Christina turned herself into Sandy Olsson, the nice and sweet high-school protagonist of Grease. She totally looked like the naughty Sandy we get to know at the end of the story – sexy in her skin-tight outfit and short biker jacket.
Christina wore a cropped leather biker jacket and a black and white bandage dress. Her hair was styled in a messy French twist, while her make-up was focused on her red lips. The result was really glamourous, even if I must admit this is probably my least favourite look so far, because it’s a bit predictable.
I suspect Christina Aguilera has found the way to turn back time and she’s clearly enjoying it. That’s what I first thought when I saw the pictures from the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, recorded on November 27th and aired the day after, on Thanksgiving. It was a special episode with US troops in the audience; for the occasion, Christina paid homage to herself by singing Candyman and wearing the same embellished hat she had worn in many performances in 2007.
Didn’t she look amazing? She wore a diamanté black body-suit, a gold and black striped shirt and sparkling heels. She also wore full make-up, which was totally appropriate since her performance included a dance routine. I’m loving her neutral make-up phase, but sometimes a more striking showgirl look is necessary! Continue reading
Sky’s the limit, sang Notorious B.I.G. in one of his best songs, and I think Christina Aguilera has taken the advice of the late rapper pretty seriously. I can say the look she sported yesterday at the Top 8 live results of The Voice is the best so far. Fresh-faced and shining in gold/bronze hues, she was simply stunning.
Everything was flawless, including her neutral make-up and hairstyle. David Babaii, Christina’s hair stylist, probably doesn’t even know of what I write here, but let’s say I’m happy my wish of seeing her with an updo has become true. David took Grace Kelly as source of inspiration, such a great example of timeless elegance.
Her outfit included a tie-neck blouse by Saint Laurent Signature, made of black silk and gold polyester lamé, worn with Rag & Bone black skinny jeans and a black strapless bra.
The Internet is still buzzing about Christina Aguilera’s appearance at the American Music Awards 2013, but yesterday another episode of The Voice aired, so it’s time to move on. The competition is entering its pre-final phase, with the Top 8 live performances and eliminations. I didn’t watch the whole episode, but I was glad to catch Tessanne Chin’s rendition of No Doubt’s Underneath It All. It’s one of my favourite songs by the American group and I think she really did justice to it.
Christina was smouldering in a black and royal blue jacquard long-sleeved dress, wavy hair and glamourous make-up. She is still keeping things simple and classy, definitely a much-welcomed style choice.
… and when I thought things couldn’t get better, the fashion gods taking care of Christina have surprised me with another killer look! I was very excited today to see the pictures from the red carpet of the American Music Awards which took place last night at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
She embodied the platinum blonde bombshell, exhuding glamour in her white dress with side cut-outs, sparkling heels and an incredible amount of diamond jewellery. She looked incredible and she knew it: she worked the red carpet with grace and kind of took her revenge on those who harshly criticised the appearances she made at the AMAs in recent times.
It’s true that you realize that you really miss something when you haven’t had it for a long time. I’m referring to Christina Aguilera performing live in a dramatic show, such as the one that she put on yesterday at the Top 10 live results of The Voice. Christina and her team gave an intense rendition of three hit songs by Janet (Black Cat from Rhythm Nation 1814) and Michael Jackson (Bad from the 1987 album of the same title and Scream, which is a duet between them). I enjoyed the whole performance, but especially Black Cat, one of my favourite songs by Janet.
On this occasion Christina went back to one of her favourite stage looks – the one that pays homage to circus with a touch of military vibe. She wore a gorgeous vintage tailcoat by Alexander McQueen, paired to over-the-knee lace-up boots and an item which she has already worn in another edition of the programme.
Is there a limit to improvement? If so, I’m pretty sure Christina Aguilera will easily reach it by the end of The Voice. Her whole look is getting better and better and I start lacking words of praise when it comes to describing her outfits. Yesterday, for example, she sported an editorial version of the classic school girl look. She had already opted for such a look, but this time she gave it the quirky touch of a milkmaid braid updo .
I am speechless. Everything about her look was flawless, especially her make-up and hairstyle. Let me tell you I really loved Scott Barnes’s choice for a deep burgundy lip colour (Make Up Forever Rouge Artiste Intense lipstick in #48, topped with Barnes lipgloss in Brandywine), which matched the colour of her nail polish.
Things are getting juicy at The Voice: yesterday the Top 12 eliminations sent home two singers and now only 10 contestants remain. I’m glad teen singer Jacquie Lee made it, because she’s my favourite, but I was sorry to see Josh Logan go. Christina was sorry, too, since she’s strongly supported Josh since day 1, but let’s hope his stint at The Voice will mark the beginning of a new career.
Christina sported a very nice and original look, what Simone Harouche (her stylist) has defined as “pretty and preppy”. It included a white tank dress and a black and white varsity jacket, towering heels by Christian Louboutin and minimal jewellery. In the screencap above, she borrowed Ceelo’s visor shades and got a “look into the future”
After last week’s Top 12 event, a new phase has started for the fifth season of The Voice: yesterday the members of the four teams performed live. I really really really loved Jacquie Lee‘s rendition of U2′s Love Is Blindess, so heartfelt and intense!
Christina sported a lovely look, wearing a little black dress with studded leather panels and diamond jewellery. I’m glad she wore her hair side-parted and sleek, because this hairstyle gave her a fresher and 90s-inspired vibe. Hey, it seems she’s discovered how to turn back time! I’m a bit on the fence when it comes to her make-up, because I think that neutral lipstick incredibly washed her out.