Christina Aguilera ‘The Voice Within’ Video

Christina Aguilera 'The Voice Within' single cover

Yahoo! Music has Christina Aguilera’s new video ‘The Voice Within.’ The song is off the American pop singer’s fourth studio album ‘Stripped’.

“I wrote the treatment and when [Aguilera] read it, she said, ‘This is so weird, I feel like I wrote this. It was exactly what I was thinking,'” director David LaChapelle said. “We were on the same page and synchronized in what we wanted to do.”

Watch it below.

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11 thoughts on “Christina Aguilera ‘The Voice Within’ Video

  1. hellonearth says:

    It’s nice, at the end it reminded of when Britney is laying down on the “Oops I did it again” video.

  2. xtinasuxx says:

    God! her breasts are SO FAKE!… talk about implants! other than that it really isn’t that bad.

  3. Britneyforever says:

    It’s an okay song but the video is so not what I had expected. It really sucks it has no entertainment value to it its just plain old boring. I almost snoozed.

  4. olivia1984 says:

    It’s a pretty good song, but she needs to do something else besides just sit there in the video

  5. rachel says:

    I like it because it is so plain! That songs is pretty good, I have the CD but I never really listened to that song.

  6. perfectly-imperfect says:

    I’m not that into the video as I am the song. It’s very uplifting and powerful, as is her voice. She sounds awesome. As for the video, she looks pretty but the video is a little too boring, in my opinion. Her last video was also bland, which is why I’d prefer her to make more videos like “Fighter”.

  7. JuSt1nKrEd1bLe says:

    I like it. I think this 5th single is a great way to end the Stripped Era. We got to see her sexy, edgy, club side with Dirrty, her softer and mature side with Beautiful, her rock side with Fighter, her strong woman, hip-hop/r&b side with Can’t Hold Us Down and her strong vocal ability with The Voice Within. Her CD was really good and shows how versatile of a singer Christina really is.

  8. Daz76 says:

    I liked it, Christina looks good even in black and white, the looks pretty and the song is awesome. It is a little simple but nice!

  9. HoneyRain says:

    I think it being “plain and simple” is the whole idea.. she wanted you to focus on the song and lyrics instead of the video and I give her mad props for that.. true.. there really is no entertainment value because I don’t think that’s what the song intends to do.. I think the song’s purpose is to inspire and give hope to people everywhere. GO CHRISTINA!! great job girl.

  10. amusicfanofsoul says:

    She wanted a simple video. it’s cool how she can pull of a video like this and looks so beautiful. Her voice is booming as usual. lol @ the person who think Christina’s boobs are fake. trust me they are as real as they come! but I hate when she sags them when she doesn’t have a bra on. I would much rather prefer this video over chains and whips on girls that has been done a million times before. to me that’s just another coverup of the lack of talent the person has. and you know who I’m talking about. I mean compare these positive lyrics from Britney’s…gosh Britney can’t touch her with a 10000 foot pole. not to mention the vocal talent Christina has. but she should consider breast reductions…they are getting too big now. heck she got that from 30 k Shelly. lol!

  11. jazzprofounder says:

    Sometimes it gets kinda old seeing shocking and way over the top music videos that puts its main focus on eye candy, special effects, and very unnatural choreography,losing track of the theme of the song completely. I noticed that Xtina’s music videos get straight to the powerhouse of the song. There’s no loud, interfering scenes that get off subject of the song, stupid and too choreographed dance moves that have no rhythm, or background singers and bass that envelopes the artist’s voice as a sort of distraction to make us forget what the lyrics are trying to say. Even though Dirrty was a pretty daring start, she has made her way through with more endurance and originality than most artists today.

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