Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera – Grown Up But Maturing

Jon Bream of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reviewed the Justified and Stripped Tour, which ended Tuesday night ( 2) at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Bream says of Christina Aguilera’s performance: “While Aguilera preaches female empowerment in her lyrics, she pranced around in suggestive male-fantasy outfits that were probably the nightmare of many of the mothers who brought their daughters to Xcel. At times, her voice was as distracting as her outfits. She has undeniably powerful pipes, but she overdid the vocal gymnastics on Etta James’ ‘At Last’ and ‘The Voice Within’.” As for star Justin Timberlake, he remarked, “Timberlake impressed as a confident, natural performer who moves without thinking about it. Sure, many of the moves were choreographed (often in unison with eight dancers) but he’s like watching an old Fred Astaire movie recast into a hip-hop/soul arena extravaganza.”

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5 thoughts on “Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera – Grown Up But Maturing

  1. elgato says:

    the f** and lesbian. watch all their gay and lesbian fans get pissed.

  2. jimmypee says:

    whats there to be pissed about? lmao good review. recognized her vocal talent and female empowerment. Christina is just awesome :-D

  3. tena says:

    Jimmypeethebed, Delusional as always. The review was very mixed, more on the bad side. commented on a few songs that she did well on. And he criticized the female empowerment thing. He was quoting her constant talking about it, but, looking the opposite.

  4. FireorIce says:

    Well that’s how you see it. Sure its mixed, but whats more important is that she recognized for her voice.

  5. rome says:

    Sure she has a good voice, but she over sings sometimes and MANY people notice that, i.e. “Vocal Gymnastics”. -and as for the other, he is saying she contradicts herself acting and looking so cheap.

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