“I am beautiful, no matter what they say..” even back then before her so called weight problem Xtina’s song “Beautiful” said just about everything she needed to say to all the Hollywood haters, but apparently they didn’t get the message because they’ve been on the attack again. After having success on the new NBC Series, TheVoice, Aguilera has been back in the blogoshphere and media headlines, unfortunately it’s not her successs people want to talk about.

I’m not going to “out” these haters one by one, all you have to do is pick up a magazine or google Christina Aguilera to see what I’m referring to, “Christina needs lipo” this… “Christina’s 40lbs overweight” that.. It’s not only ridiculous but it’s undeserved and downright mean.  To begin with they are comparing pictures of her from 5 or 6 years ago to what she looks like today. How many people do you know that look the same as they did 5 years ago? Secondly, and to me this is stating the obvious, there is nothing wrong with the way Christina Aguilera looks in 2011! Even if she hadn’t had a kid, even if she hadn’t gone through a divorce, ect ect. I would still be saying she looks good because the fact of the matter is she’s still several sizes under the average dress size for American women her age! She’s got curves in all the right places and can still sing her ass off! (If you didn’t watch theVoice this season make sure you watch next season — rumor has it that Xtina will be back)

 I showed 5 guys this picture of Christina in this Valentino dress earlier in the day and 4 out of the 5 of them said that she was “gorgeous”, “still had it”, or they’d “tap that.” And most of these guys were younger than her! The one that didn’t like her said she “wore too much makeup” for his taste but didn’t comment at all about her body. So what’s the media’s problem? Why does Christina need to lose 40lbs while some other hollywood up and comer needs to gain 40lbs? Who are these people that decide who’s beautiful and who’s not?

I’ll tell you who they are; HATERS. Plain and simple.

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