Has Christina Aguilera had a boob job? Pop sensation, 41, puts on busty display at Latin Grammy Awards
Pop star Christina 'Xtina' Aguilera sparked boob job rumors after she flaunted ample cleavage in a stunning purple gown at the 23rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on Thursday, November 17.
The five-time Grammy winner was accompanied at the event by her fiancé of eight years, Matthew Rutler, who was seen devotedly adjusting her train as she turned heads on the red carpet outside Michelob Ultra Arena. Christina's long-sleeved, corseted gown was selected by stylist Chris Horan and featured ruched-ruffle detailing on the shoulders. The 41-year-old R&B belter's platinum blonde middle-parted updo was coiffed with hanging tendrils, and she completed the look with contour and 'Chola'-style lip coupled with extra-long lashes to her blue eyes.
The Staten Island-born, half-Ecuadorian singer's hair was styled by Iggy Rosales and her makeup was done by Etienne Ortega, according to the Daily Mail.
While Christina's outfit certainly made waves, eagled-eyes fans couldn't help but notice her substantial cleavage -- sparking rumors of a boob job. "She is unrecognizable," one wrote. "That's not her! Why did she do that!!" another added. "Can the real Christina please stand up!" someone else quipped. "Body changed. Face changed," a comment read. "Her make-believe b***ies don't match," another offered.
"She is a phenomenal singer. So much better than 95% of the singers out there. It is too bad that she lacks confidence. Just think how much more beautiful she would look without the implants," a fan chimed in. "Great singer for sure, but her sense of what looks good is way off the mark," yet another opined.
MasterClass executive VP Rutler, 37, is the father of Christina's eight-year-old daughter Summer Rain. The couple first met when he was working as a PA on the 2009 set of her big-screen debut 'Burlesque'. The pop icon filed for divorce from marketing executive Jordan Bratman six months later and it was finalized in 2011. It's worth noting that Bratman is the father of her 14-year-old son Max Liron. The 'Cuando Me Dé la Gana' hitmaker performed and competed for seven trophies during the Univision/HBO Max telecast.
Christina wowed audiences once again when she changed into a black gown before accepting her Latin Grammy Award for the best traditional pop vocal album. "Thank you, oh my gosh, woohoo! Thank you to the Latin Recording Academy. Thank you so much, oh my goodness," she gushed. "I've been wanting to release another Spanish album since Mi Reflejo [in 2000]. And it was such an amazing time for me. Oh, this is so important to me. And it's been so amazing to come back to this home."
"Thank you to all of the artists, musicians, songwriters, and producers who made me fall in love with music all over again," Christina continued, adding, "Thank you so much! My gosh, the fans, and the fighters, thank you so much! Aaaah! We've been on this journey for so long so I couldn't thank you more."
She concluded her speech by giving shout-outs to "Matt, my daughter, my son, thank you so much! Muchos gracias!" While the crooner bagged the best traditional pop Grammy, she lost best regional Mexican song to Matisse & Carin León and she lost the best urban fusion/performance to Bad Bunny, who was not in attendance at the star-studded Thursday evening, the Daily Mail reported.