Xtina commemorates Hispanic heritage month by reminiscing on her Latin roots

Oct 06, 2020 11:57



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Commemorating this year’s Hispanic heritage month, Christina Aguilera cast her mind back to her Latin origins, by sharing on her social media some pictures of her grand parents and father, who are Ecuadorian.

She also took the opportunity to share a curated playlist on Spotify of her favorite Latin songs, both classics and modern ( Read more... )

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shayme October 6 2020, 18:56:40 UTC
Baby X!!!!

She seems so settled in her own skin these days. She knows who she is and it's great to watch.

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jesuisjuan October 6 2020, 19:37:32 UTC
That's how I feel about her. Yeah, she was such a diva growing up as a young adult, but she really looks like she has done her reflecting and looking at her life so differently. I enjoyed Liberation because you can tell she has done her work. I love how comfortable she is with her body, her image, her way of being. I could see how people tried to mold her earlier in life, but she didn't give in. Hope she gets to the Spanish album she spoke of. I remember she mentioned that people originally wanted her to drop her last name because it was foreign. Glad she didn't.

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dman108 October 6 2020, 19:09:09 UTC
I still remember Xtina's family from her MTV diary special. I love the fact that Mikey and Rachel are so close with her kids, and still fly out for her Halloween parties every year.

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juanito1588 October 6 2020, 19:25:00 UTC
I am so ready for her second Latin album. I loved Mi Reflejo and still listen to it all the time. Pero Me Acuerdo De Ti is one of her best ballads.

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brokecouture October 6 2020, 19:43:04 UTC
The fact that she can talk as kindly about her dad as she does despite there being major pain from that subject is inspiring. Wish I had that kind of strength.

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somechickxoxo October 6 2020, 23:04:31 UTC
How old are you? I’ll say my Dad is a pos and deserves no good in this world because he physically and sexually abused many people.
However, my mom wasn’t always the best and in some ways could be abusive. Becoming a mother myself and just getting older I’ve learned to look at my mom as a person. Nowadays mental health talk has been pushed to the forefront however the era that my mom was born into and was raised and grew up in not so much. She has endured so many things and I’ve been able to reconcile with my mothers decision making skills or behaviors. Do I agree with them? No. But I can see why she did certain things she had done and makes me more sad she just didn’t love herself more.

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brokecouture October 7 2020, 01:02:19 UTC
I’m a full blown adult born in 91’ and not sure why my age has anything to do with how I process my own issues with my father, however I am happy to know that you have overcome many things that I would not have ❤️❤️❤️

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somechickxoxo October 7 2020, 14:20:29 UTC
Sorry if i came off rude. What I meant to say is that as I got older I didnt excuse my mothers behavior but it just gave me more insight into her as a person as opposed to just being my mother which helped me come to terms with my own struggles.

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