Christina Aguilera Tops Fashion Themed Album Survey

Christina Aguilera in jewelry’s previous poll asked which is your favorite fashion themed album, where topped our poll for a second straight time with her retro themed ‘Back To Basics’, getting 55.2%. Second was Madonna’s leotard themed ‘Confessions’, with 25.8%, while Gwen Stefani’s Harajuku themed ‘Love. Angel. Music. Baby’ got 19%.

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6 thoughts on “Christina Aguilera Tops Fashion Themed Album Survey

  1. divinah says:

    I never liked her…but what a talent!’, ‘Of all the performers last night at the MTV VMA, Christina is definitely the only one that has got talent. Her performance was the best and put all the other”artist” to shame. In this age when no one knows how to sing anymore, Christina is the sole survivor. She kinda reminded MTV what true music and talent is all about. Bravo!

  2. ScorpionMan says:

    VOID! This comment is from a Madonna-obsessed Lamb-no idea what talent is.

  3. weebongo says: reviewed last night’s show and had these horrible words for Xtina’s performance: 10:43 PM: Xtina is not the worst and stupidest and boringest moment of the night, but of ALL TIME. This is vomit. She can’t sing. String section. Dim lights. Bricks. Red dress. Vomit.

  4. Mimi4Lyfe says:

    She was good, but I liked Beyonce’s performance the best! even tho she copied’, ‘Janet Jackson “Rhythm Nation” with all her dance moves. But yea, I ain’t a Christina fan, but I admit, she performance was very good yesterday, but I was upset she didn’t sing “Ain’t no other man”!

  5. Vanity87 says:

    Totally agree!’, ‘You could hear people in the audience screaming through her performance because they were so amazed at how powerful her voice was.

  6. popfan_23 says:

    surprise, surprise….. someone who always hates on Christina said something bad, wow’, ‘But the people disagree, and music lovers disagree

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