Christina Aguilera celebrated her 40th birthday in sassy style on Friday, as she shared a video of herself strutting her stuff in a figure-hugging catsuit.
The Beautiful singer took to her Twitter and Instagram accounts to share the brief clip, which featured Megan Thee Stallion’s bass-heavy body positive hit.
Captioning the clip, which showed her walking down her hallway in the black-and-golden ensemble before facing the camera, she wrote: ‘Comin for you 40!’
Strutting her stuff: Christina Aguilera celebrated her 40th birthday in sassy style on Friday, as she shared a video of herself strutting her stuff in a figure-hugging catsuit
Standing tall in black strappy heels, she kept things dramatic in the hair department, stylish her flaxen locks in an extra-long high ponytail, which fell to her buttocks.
It has yet to be revealed how the star will celebrate her big birthday, as a number cities across the US see renewed restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Christina’s big birthday milestone comes as she embarks on a big new chapter in her professional life, prompting anticipation for new music.
The star recently recently signed with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation after parting ways with longtime manager Irving Azoff.
Great body of work: The Beautiful singer took to her Twitter and Instagram accounts to share the brief clip, which featured Megan Thee Stallion’s bass-heavy body positive hit
Tress-ed to impress: Standing tall in black strappy heels, she kept things dramatic in the hair department, stylish her flaxen locks in an extra-long high ponytail, which fell to her buttocks
Christina, a five-time Grammy Award winner, hasn’t released an album since 2018’s Liberation.
Her most recent songs have been two tracks from the soundtrack to Disney’s live action remake of Mulan – Loyal Brave True released in March and Reflection released in August.
The Staten Island-born, Pennsylvania-raised star found fame with the release of her self-titled debut album in 1999.
It spawned the hits Genie In A Bottle, What a Girl Wants and Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You).
Snap decision: Ahead of celebrating her milestone birthday, the star has been sharing a number of glamorous snaps of herself posing in her palatial home
Thoughts: Earlier this week, she teased bare shoulders and legs as she posed for an Instagram photo in a bathrobe and black hat reclining on a vintage wicker chair in her garden
Her follow-up album Stripped bowed in 2002 with its raunchy single Dirrty and the empowering Beautiful that quickly became an anthem for the LGBTQ community.
She went on to star in the 2010 film Burlesque and served as a judge on NBC’s The Voice from 2011 to 2016.
The singer married marketing executive Jordan Bratman in 2005 after two years of dating. They welcomed their son Max in January 2008 and divorced in 2011.
In early 2014, Aguilera became engaged to Matthew Rutler whom she had met on the set of Burlesque and she gave birth to their daughter Summer in August 2014.
Star: Christina, a five-time Grammy winner, found fame with the release of her self-titled debut album in 1999. She hasn’t released an album since 2018’s Liberation (pictured in 2000)
Celebrity mom: The singer has a 12-year-old son, Max, with ex-husband Jordan Bratman and a six-year-old daughter, Summer Rain, with fiance Matthew Rutler (pictured in 2019)
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