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Impersonating Britney Spears is old hat for Christina Aguilera these days. You just know Auggie probably spent countless hours perfecting it over the years. This is the second time the “Dirrty” singer has done it publicly in recent months.

However, this time, it feels a tad more mean-spirited. Brit is no rocket scientist, but Christina’s portrayal paints her as an air-headed bimbo. I felt a little guilty laughing. It’s not my fault those moments were the funniest parts ;)

Aguilera also does her best to mimic Cher, Shakira, Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga and Sia during their faux auditions to become a mentor on The Voice. In my opinion, the latter two along with Spears was where Christina shined the most. Check her impersonations below and weigh in on which ones were the best.

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The Broadway musical, Finding Neverland, is taking a unique approach with its soundtrack. In addition to an album featuring the cast (Matthew Morrison, Kelsey Grammer), a new companion album of re-imagined songs recorded by pop stars will be released on June 9. Some of those taking part include Nick Jonas, Ellie Goulding, Kiesza, Rita Ora, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend and more.

Christina Aguilera’s contribution, “Anywhere But Here,” just surfaced online today. The Voice coach shines as she masterfully builds to a crescendo with her interpretation of Gary Barlow (Take That) and Elliot Kennedy‘s song. If you’ve enjoyed X-tina’s ballads in the past, you’ll enjoy this one which features very minimal piano and string production. Give it a listen below.

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Now this is more like it!!! When Christina Aguilera signed on for a guest arc on the ABC drama Nashville, many expected X-Tina to dabble in country. The first track she recorded, “The Real Thing,” harkened more to her Back to Basics era and sounded more pop cabaret than anything you’d hear on country radio. With her latest, the 34-year-old singer finally channels her inner country gal.

Shotgun” is an emotional moving ballad. X-tina exhibits restrained vocals much like she did on her “Say Something” collaboration with A Great Big World. Even without her signature growling, Christina’s voice is bombastic. Elegant, but still powerful.

She performed “Shotgun” earlier this week at the ACM Awards with Rascal Flatts. The studio version also features male vocals but I’m not entirely convinced it’s Rascal Flatts. I’m leaning towards an actor who appears on Nashville. Give it a listen below.

“I really love the song. It speaks to long-lasting love, the roads it takes, the turns it makes and how it lasts forever,” Christina told PEOPLE. “When I perform it, I really think of that older couple who have been through it all and who have stood the test of time with the changes that their relationship goes through.”

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Christina Aguilera’s much-ballyhooed guest arc on Nashville begins Wednesday. If you’ve watched any of the numerous promos, you’ve undoubtedly heard Xtina’s signature powerhouse vocals on display. After all, she plays a pop superstar named Jade St. John. Not much of a stretch.

The Real Thing” is one of two new tracks the 34-year-old singer is releasing to coincide with her appearance on the ABC drama. If you were expecting The Voice mentor to go full out country, you’re out of luck. It’s actually a bit of everything. There are shades of rock, pop, cabaret and a tinge of country.

Love Christina, but it doesn’t exactly scream ‘hit.’ Don’t get me wrong. It’s not bad but I had far higher expectations. I’m hoping her second offering, the ballad “Shotgun,” is more to my liking. Give “The Real Thing” a listen below and weigh in afterward.

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Ed Sheeran isn’t typically the kind of guy I find hot but I have this huge crush on the 24-year-old singer-songwriter. He’s just so God dang adorable. This latest performance only ups the ante.

The UK crooner dropped by BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge to take on the Christina Aguilera classic, “Dirrty.” Sheeran transforms the gritty pop track into a laidback acoustic gem. Dude does double duty and also drops Redman’s sick rhymes. Is there anything this ging can’t do?

Watch Ed channel his inner naughty side below. An Aguilera and Sheeran duet needs to happen for real. 100 percent.

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THIS.IS.EVERYTHING!!! No exaggeration. Waking up to this made getting out of bed much easier this morning.

Christina Aguilera dropped by The Tonight Show to promote her return to The Voice. During her appearance, she played a rousing game of ‘Wheel of Musical Impressions‘ with Jimmy Fallon.

As luck would have it (producer manipulation *wink*), the wheel landed on Britney Spears on the 34-year-old singer’s turn. She delivered a spot-on impersonation of Spears singing “This Little Piggy” to the tune of “(Hit Me) Baby One More Time.” It’s so good it blew Fallon’s mind.

X-Tina also delivered amazing impressions of her Burlesque co-star Cher and her fellow Voice judge Shakira singing the Folgers Coffee jingle and the Golden Girls theme song respectively. Definitely check out the clip below. It’ll make your day.

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The thing I look most forward to as each season of The Voice begins is the group performance from the coaches. It’s always a highlight of every cycle.

Last year, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and Adam Levine joined Gwen Stefani on her No Doubt hit “Hella Good.” In previous years, “I Love Rock And Roll” by Joan Jett, “Come Together” by The Beatles and the Rolling Stones classic, “Start Me Up,” to name a few have been covered. For Season 8, it’s all about Lenny Kravitz’s catalog.

Levine, Shelton, Williams and returning coach Christina Aguilera take on the rock anthem “Are You Gonna Go My Way.” Perhaps it’s the old adage of ‘absence makes the heart grow fonder‘ that’s responsible for this, but X-tina slays it. As much as I love a ballad or dance track from the 34-year-old diva, I’m partial to when she gets dirty and rocks it out.

Check out the performance below. The Voice returns on Monday, February 23.

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It’s not exactly the Super Bowl half-time show, but the NBA did a solid job booking entertainment for its 2015 All-Star Game. Christina Aguilera and Ariana Grande received calls to entertain the crowd while the players regrouped for the second half.

Sadly though, Aguilera and Grande never shared the stage together. How epic would that have been? Instead, both divas enlisted guest rappers to assist them. X-tina brought NAS while Ariana conjured up Nicki Minaj.

For Christina, it was all about the Big Apple. The 34-year-old diva covered “New York, New York,” “New York State Of Mind,” and “Empire State Of Mind,” paying homage to the host city. The Radio City Rockettes joined her on stage to add even more NYC flair.

During her set, Grande performed a medley of her hits that included, “Problem“, “Love Me Harder”, “The Way”, “One Last Time“, “Bang Bang” and “Break Free.” If you’re going to her Honeymoon Concert Tour, this is pretty much a preview. Speaking of “Bang Bang,” how weird is it that I’ve seen Ariana and Nicki promote this more than Jessie J? Isn’t it technically the Brit’s single?

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