Christina Aguilera looks phenomenal exposing bejeweled chest in low-cut dress – wow!
Christina Aguilera pulled out all the stops for her appearance at the GLAAD Media Awards in Beverly Hills on Thursday, rocking a daringly low-cut dress.
The singer stole the show as she arrived on the red carpet, wearing a plunging, sequinned black gown that hugged her curves and exposed her chest, which was adorned with a multi-layered diamond necklace.
Christina's ensemble certainly grabbed attention and also featured elaborate sleeves that fell off her shoulders and a dramatic train.
The 41-year-old looked like the ultimate bombshell, wearing her platinum hair down in a straight style. She added a bold cat-eye and fluttery lashes which complemented her heavily lined lips.
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Her appearance comes after it was announced that she is the Co-Founder and Chief Brand Advisor of Playground, a sexual wellness brand for the new generation that makes innovative, good-for-you intimacy products that improve women's sexual pleasure and health.
Sharing her new venture on Instagram, Christina explained: "Sex is an essential part of our overall wellness, and @hello.playground is here to remind you that EVERY part of your body, not just your hair or your face, deserves to be pampered."
Speaking in a press release, Christina said: "I continue to encourage women to feel empowered while owning every aspect of themselves, and to treat sexual wellness as part of a regular self-care routine.
"The category has largely been driven by a male-dominated business model, with few products designed from inception for female-specific sexual pleasure and health needs."
She added: "I'm thrilled to be part of a woman-owned business, and building a brand where women can recognize Playground as a product that is speaking to them with an informed perspective."
There is also a quote from the singer on Playground's website, which reads: "It's important to me that we feel empowered to embrace who we really are. To explore ourselves, engage our fantasies and voice our needs. There should be no shame in that."
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