Christina Aguilera Wears Pink Afro, Flaunts Cleavage on The Voice

Celebrity Style Nov. 14, 2012 AT 11:15AM
Christina Aguilera performs on The Voice on November 13, 2012. Christina Aguilera performs on The Voice on November 13, 2012. Credit: Tyler Golden/NBC

Christina Aguilera debuted her new single, "Make the World Move," on the Nov. 13 episode of The Voice -- but it wasn't just her vocals that put viewers on notice.

Performing alongside fellow Voice coach and duet partner Cee Lo Green, Aguilera, 31, ditched her long multi-colored locks for a bushy cotton-candy pink wig and took the stage in a revealing, cleavage-baring dress. Topping off her wild look? Thigh-high white studded boots.

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As her seventh studio album, Lotus, hits stores, Aguilera isn't worried about how her new music will be perceived. After all, the musician tells Us Weekly, she has other priorities -- like 4-year-old son, Max Bratman. "As soon as the wig comes off and I go home, I'm putting sweats on and I get in mommy mode or I go back into artist mode after the show," Aguilera said. "I have so many things going [on that] I don't have time to really look at what people are saying or doing."

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That said, Aguilera has mixed feelings about letting the public -- her fans and critics alike -- vote for season 3's Voice contestants. "It's such a bittersweet moment. I'm a little thankful that all the pressure is not on my shoulders to make the decision because it's so tough," Aguilera said.

Seeing her contestant Adriana Louise eliminated on Tuesday's show along with Team Blake singer Michaela Paige, Aguilera is confident the booted contestants will continue to wow America.

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"I'm such a lover of unique style and everyone is their own person. [I'm] supporting and appreciating that, so really there are no losers to me at all. How can you compare apples and oranges on certain levels?" Aguilera told Us. "They're all The Voice in their different ways and they'll keep fighting from here and I'm sure this, as I say, this is only the beginning."

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