Christina Aguilera Shows Off Skinny Body, Son Max in New "Let There Be Love" Music Video

Entertainment Aug. 30, 2013 AT 8:00AM

Christina Aguilera has more love in her life than she knows what to do with -- so she's sharing the wealth online. Hours after posting a long, gushing "thank you" letter to her fans, the "Your Body" singer shared another special treat: the music video for her new song, "Let There Be Love."

"Hey everybody. Christina here," she says in a heartfelt message at the beginning of the nearly four-minute clip. "Just thanking you guys so much for filling my life and my heart with so much love...I appreciate all your support. This one's just for you."

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The video goes on to show lots of little clips and home videos of the pop star's friends and family, including son Max, boyfriend Matthew Rutler, and pal Nicole Richie. Many of those featured carry signs with messages like "Equality," "Don't Judge," "Racism Sucks," "Respect," and "No Hate," while others hold up their fingers in an "L" shape or form hearts with their hands.

Christina Aguilera
Christina Aguilera

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Aguilera herself -- looking slim and gorgeous in a one-piece swimsuit with the word "love" printed all over it -- can be seen waving a "Let there be love" sign above her head. She also shows off her skinny new body in a black cut-out one-piece while dancing and mouthing the words to her song. At the end of the video, she blows a kiss to the camera.

The blonde beauty has really been feeling (and sharing) the love lately. On Wednesday, Aug. 28, she penned a 2,200-word letter to her fans, thanking them for their support over the years.

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"Thank you for listening to my words. Opening your hearts. Giving back love. Seeing beneath the surface. Searching for the truth. Digging deep. Within yourselves & within your minds. Feeling and sharing with me your own stories, your own life struggles...," she wrote. "You're my inspiration and a constant reminder why I continue to give my very best and open up my heart and mind so vulnerably to you and with the best of intentions."

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