(2001), Burlesque (2010), en The Emoji Movie (2017), en in die televisiereeks The Voice (2011). [66] Josh Kun from Spin commented, "As an artistic statement, Stripped is all over the place–it's a move toward hip-hop, it's a move toward rock, it's ghetto, it's Disney". Christina Aguilera: Ain't No Other Man (2006) 2004 Nominee VMA: Best Female Video Christina Aguilera: The Voice Within (2003) Viewer's Choice Christina Aguilera: The Voice Within (2003) 2003 Nominee VMA: Best Female Video Christina Aguilera Feat. She said: "I grew up listening to Christina Aguilera. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 55, based on 14 reviews. [109] Later that year, HuffPost noted that with Stripped, Aguilera led the charge at the beginning of the 21st century in influencing and introducing the next generation feminist rhetoric into pop culture. In summer 2003, Justin Timberlake and Aguilera embarked on the Justified and Stripped Tour, which took place in North America. [1] The third track "Walk Away" is a piano ballad where she uses a "clever" metaphor to talk about an abusive relationship. The album also charted within the top five of charts in Canada, the Netherlands, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. "Christina's first-ever live release, filmed at sold-out Wembley Arena in London!" [50] At the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, Aguilera performed with Madonna, Britney Spears and Missy Elliott a medley of Madonna's songs "Like a Virgin" and "Hollywood", and Elliott's "Work It" on August 23, 2003. Stripped was certified triple platinum in Europe by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) for shipping over three millions copies in the continent and was the best-selling pop album by a female artist of 2004.[97][98]. [17] Jancee Dunn of Rolling Stone provided a three-out-of-five-stars rating for the album, calling it "almost" an album for grown-ups, yet criticized its lack of musical concentration. Online wrote, "If she had just shown up and sang her ass off, Stripped would've been a better show". Check out the latest pictures, photos and images of Christina Aguilera from 2004. [94] As of November 2017, Stripped had sold a total of 2,000,000 copies in the United Kingdom. In the United States, the album became the tenth best-selling album of 2003, and Aguilera was ranked as the fifth most successful pop artist of the year. [15] It talks about a woman wants to thank a man who has done something wrong to her, and was inspired by Aguilera's unhappy childhood. And that is why I actually named the album, "Fighter" incorporates strong elements from. Christina Aguilera 2021 - Biography at Wikipedia (Wiki, Age, Birthday) Christina Aguilera - actress, singer Christina Aguilera was born on December 18, 1980 in New York, New York, United States This site is unofficial fansite and does not gain any profit. Singer Christina Aguilera poses backstage after winning the Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in the Pressroom at the 46th Annual Grammy... Christina Aguilera and JoJo. [17] Its accompanying music video was directed by LaChapelle. She also used her new alter ego Xtina. (Interlude)". [31], The album's second single, "Beautiful" was written solely by Perry. Christina Aguilera Red Carpet Celebrity Evolutions. [113] Justin Myers of the Official Charts Company called the album "a phenomenon". Elle a également sa propre étoile sur le Walk of Fame de Hollywood depuis 2010. All images found on this website belong to their rightful owners. [12] She further commented: "I wasn't a big fan of the Dallas Austin songs, but I really, really loved the Linda Perry song". That's why I like blues, too, because you can experiment more with that side of your voice. [2] Despite the international success, Aguilera was unsatisfied with the music and image that her former manager Steve Kurtz, had created for her, having been marketed as a bubblegum pop singer because of the genre's financial lure. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Ticket will be mailed free to buyer in USA. Aguilera was expected to return to North America in summer 2004, however, the 29 dates were canceled at the last minute due to Aguilera suffering vocal cord injuries. She also changed her public image and established her alter ego Xtina. The tour took place in Europe, Japan and Australia. Singer Christina Aguilera arrives at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards at the American Airlines Arena August 29, 2004 in Miami, Florida. [111][112], The album was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. [19] The latter is the remake of Redman's "Let's Get Dirty (I Can't Get in da Club)" (2001), and also features the rapper. She added: "That was an album, that was complete on my record. [2] After terminating Kurtz's services, Irving Azoff was hired as her new manager. Stripped Live in the U.K. is the second concert DVD by Christina Aguilera, and documents the premiere UK performances of her Stripped World Tour. [64] On December 8, 2004, a compilation album which includes Stripped and Stripped Live in the U.K. was released in the United Kingdom. [44] On November 1, 2002, Aguilera appeared on Today and performed "Beautiful" and "Impossible". That homegirl can sing ... this is why I am standing here". 1", "Ask Billboard: How "TiK ToK" Winds Up At No. Promotion for Stripped started on October 28, 2002, when Aguilera appeared at a Chicago radio station B96's Halloween Bash and performed four songs from the album – "Dirrty", "Get Mine, Get Yours", "Beautiful" and "Impossible". Credit: Scott Gries/Getty Images 2004 [22] The first of these, featuring Keys, incorporates a piano theme,[7] while the second talks about the pain of a break-up. ... 2004 ℗ 2004 UNIVERSAL RECORDS, A DIVISION OF UMG RECORDINGS, INC. Also available in the iTunes Store Music Videos. [99][100] It garnered quadruple platinum certification by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) for shipments of 280,000 copies in the country,[101] and was certified double platinum by the Recorded Music NZ (RMNZ), shipping over 30,000 copies in the country. Christina’s music success came largely from “Genie in a Bottle” in ‘99. [2] Following the managerial shakeup, Aguilera decided to create her new style of music on the following album. [31] The album became the twenty-ninth best-selling album there throughout the 2000s decade in the United Kingdom,[93] also becoming the second highest-selling album by an American female artist in the country during the decade, only behind Norah Jones' Come Away with Me (2002). [7] Another notable producer is Storch; he wrote and produced a total of seven songs from Stripped, including two singles. [110] In 2018, the enduring impact of Stripped was noted by the Los Angeles Times and several other pop media outlets including Fuse, Genius and Vinyl with consensus; "Stripped proves as the blueprint for honest and raw female pop". In February 2004, "Beautiful" was awarded a Grammy … [2], On Stripped, Aguilera enlisted a wide range of songwriters and producers, including Alicia Keys, Scott Storch, and Linda Perry. Not Rated | 1h 54min | Documentary, Music | Video 12 October 2004. Perry and Aguilera's management wanted to release "Beautiful" as the lead single. [13][14][22] The follow-ups "Impossible" and "Underappreciated" explore jazz and funk. The DVD premiered on WB Network at 9 PM on November 30, 2003. Christina Aguilera: Reflection 2020/Loyal Brave True Medley (Video short 2020) Christina Aguilera Christina Aguilera: Reflection (2020 Version) (Video short 2020) ... (Video short 2004) Christina Aguilera Christina Aguilera: The Voice Within (Video short 2003) Christina Aguilera Christina Aguilera Feat. [35] The video was honored at the 14th GLAAD Media Awards (2003) due to its positive portrayal of the LGBT community. [2] The recording sessions took place in studios around California and New York City, including Electric Lady Studios and The Hit Factory in New York City, The Enterprise Studios in Burbank, and Conway Recording Studios, Record Plant and NRG Recording Studios in Los Angeles. [32][34] Its accompanying music video was directed by LaChapelle. Consequently, it was certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipping over four million copies in the United States. [11] Writing for The New York Times, Jon Pareles also provided a negative review, commenting that Stripped "is a blast of excess that risks alienating Ms. Aguilera's old fans without luring new ones, and it's bursting with misguided energy". Lyrically, most of the songs from the album discuss the theme of self-respect, while a few other songs talk about sex and feminism. [47] On December 15, 2002, she performed "Dirrty" during the 2002 VH1 Awards. 2", "Ask Billboard: Taylor Swift Out-'Shake's Mariah Carey", "Chart Flashback: Xtina's Dirrty was Number 1 15 years ago this week", "Official Biggest Selling Albums of the Millennium So Far Revealed! The scenes of Aguilera and Elliott recording the song in the studio were shot by … [20] However, Aguilera wanted to release a seriously "down and dirty" song to announce her comeback, so RCA Records decided to release it as the first single. 6652 Christina Aguilera pictures from 2004. [65], "Stripped" received mixed to average reviews from music critics. [2] By late 2000, Aguilera decided not to continue the contact with Kurtz. [1] The piano ballad "Beautiful", which talks about the theme of self-respect, was deemed as the album's highlight by many critics, who praised its overall production. Stripped was first released in the Nordic countries on October 22, 2002 through Sony Music. At the time things started happening for me, it was popular to be the squeaky-clean, cookie-cutter pop singer. "[106] In an interview with People, Demi Lovato said that her sixth studio album Tell Me You Love Me (2017) was inspired by Stripped. [45] On November 4, 2002, Aguilera was invited as a guest on The Daily Show to promote Stripped. [66] Writing for BBC Music, Jacqueline Hodges said that the album "is as full-on bold and over the top as most of Christina's outfits ... much of this seems to be an exercise in stretching the vocal chords [sic] to weak backing tracks". Her family moved frequently because of her father's military service, and lived in places including New Jersey, Texas, New York, and Japan. [11][13] On Stripped, Aguilera became the writer of most of the songs. Singer Christina Aguilera attends the "Shark Tale" premiere at Central Park's Delacorte Theater on September 27, 2004 in New York City. However, Storch did not produce her fifth studio album Back to Basics (2006),[8] which started a feud between the two artists, which was stated by Aguilera in one of the track from Back to Basics, "F.U.S.S. 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Christina Aguilera on her Back to Basics Tour in December 2006. [86] The album stayed on the chart until 2004,[8] and was certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). It was released on October 22, 2002, by RCA Records. [2] Following that, she continued to garner major success with "Lady Marmalade" (2001) – a cover of Labelle's song of the same title – which features Lil' Kim, Pink and Mýa. The Tour garnered mixed reviews from contemporary music critics, who were divided on the tour's set list and Aguilera's performances. "Christina's first-ever live release, filmed at sold-out Wembley Arena in London!" [42] The same day, Aguilera performed "Beautiful" on the Late Show with David Letterman, wearing a black gown, a black fedora, and black heels. 2004 Previous Next Start Slideshow . She hosted Saturday Night Live on February 21, 2004 and also appeared as … In May 2004, Aguilera was expected to return to North America during the second leg of The Stripped Tour. An extended version of "What a Girl Wants" can be seen on television broadcast of the concert. [5], Aguilera further commented about the event with USA Today: "When you're part of a pop phenomenon, you have so many opinions shoved down your throat.