Christina Aguilera slipped down her bathrobe for LGBTQ support

Christina Aguilera knew how to win ’em over as she slipped her already-open bathrobe down while showing support for the LGBTQ community. The 40-year-old pop icon and reality judge made headlines earlier this year for debuting a merch collection directly supporting LGBTQ-worthy causes, with the promo photos big-time showing off the “Stripped” singer’s famous body.

Posting to Instagram, Xtina went Polaroid-style in a sexy shoot that came pared-down, figure-flaunting, and even showed off the boy-shorts undies that form part of her collection.


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Christina Aguilera Shows LGBTQ Support In Skimpy Look

Scroll for the photos, ones coming as the world celebrated Pride Month 2021. The Grammy winner, whose merch supported both TransLash and TransTech, opened pantless, in a gray sweater with a painting of her head on it, and looking like a total bombshell as she flaunted her toned legs while in strappy black heels and seated on the floor.

The clever shoot, which also included mannequins wearing her rainbow merch collection, then featured the blonde in a slouchy black sweater, but it was a more revealing affair as fans swiped right. Aguilera here straddled a mannequin while in a leggy getup, with the next shot likely catching the eye – Christina was in ’90s-style Y-fronts and nothing up top bar a white robe worn very much off-the-shoulder.

Taking to her caption, the “Beautiful” singer dropped a rainbow emoji and urged fans to shop at

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Announcing the collection, Christina told fans: “I’m so excited to announce my new Pride collection! I am also proud to support @transtechsocial & @translashmedia, two organizations doing such important work for the community.” Swipe for the gallery below, scroll for more.


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Both of the causes supported from proceeds are close to Christina’s heart – the singer is known for having penned a letter to the LGBTQ community long before the umbrella term was a hashtag. TransLash is “a nonprofit that works to shift the cultural understanding of what it means to be transgender to foster social inclusion and reduce anti-trans hostility.”

Supporting LGBTQ Causes

Meanwhile, sister organization TransTech “focuses on economically empowering transgender individuals and the wider LGBTQ+ community through workshops, education and employment opportunities.”

In 2019, it was announced that Aguilera would receive the Equality Award for LGBTQ. She joins celebrities including singers Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus in backing the LGBTQ community. More recently, Xtina has made headlines for continuing to tease her new album, set to offer both Spanish and English versions. It’ll be the star’s first since her 2018 Liberation EP.