Christina Aguilera Is Releasing A Documentary About Her Life Story

We cannot wait!

 

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Tell your mother, your brother, your sister and your friends, and the others, your lovers, that Christina Aguilera is releasing a documentary and we cannot wait!

Yep, Xtina’s life story will be hitting the silver screen, with everything from her Disney days on Micky Mouse Club House, to her time as a teen icon in the late 90s and earlier Noughties, plus her fights for creative control and gender equality.

It will also feature never-before-seen footage from the past 18 months of her life.

While we don’t have a title or release date, we do know it will be produced by Time Studios and Roc Nation, and directed by Ting Poo.

Sharing his excitement about the project, Ting said: “Christina Aguilera is one of the most iconic artists of our time, whose music has inspired millions of people around the world. I am truly honoured to tell the story of the person behind the music because I know it will equally inspire,”

While Time Studios’ Cohead of Documentary Loren Hammonds said: “Christina is a true icon, a beacon of never-ending authenticity. As a young artist, she broke rules and blazed paths for future voices,”

The documentary will be following her whole career, so there are plenty of iconic moments we cannot wait to get a behind the scenes glimpse at.

Like how they created her look for the Lady Marmalade music video, her venture into the film world with Burlesque, and her Las Vegas residency The Xperience.

 

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The documentary will also delve into her personal life.

Xtina was married to Jordan Bratman from 2005-2011, and they share one son Max Liron, born in 2008.

She has been with her current partner Matthew Rutler since 2010, and the couple are currently engaged. They share a daughter, Summer Rain, who was born in 2014.

The documentary will also share how motherhood impacted her career and life.

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