Christina Aguilera's career began as a Mousketeer on the Mickey Mouse Club. After recording the song "Reflection" for the Disney movie Mulan, she was signed to a record deal and released her self-titled album in 1999. The album included three number one chart topping hits - "Genie in a Bottle," "What A Girl Wants," and "Come On Over Baby (All I Want is You)."
After her teen pop album, Christina released a more sexual hip hop album in 2002 titled Stripped, having more freedom and input than previously. While being more risque and producing hits like "Dirrty," she also proved to be an inspiration for the generation with more personal songs like "Beautiful," "Fighter," and "Can't Hold Us Down."
Christina released Back to Basics in 2006 and again proved she could reinvent herself at will, combining soul, jazz and blues with her vocal talents.
Christina's most recent music release was in 2010, an electronically stylized album titled Bionic. In total, Christina has taken home hosts of awards for her music, including four Grammys.
Later that year, Aguilera made her bid screen debut in the musical Burlesque, starring alongside Cher.
Christina is currently a celebrity judge and coach on the NBC reality show The Voice.
Aside from her amazing voice, she has been active in many charities and most recently has been active in fighting World Hunger and malnutrition.