However, Aguilera recently went on record with UsMagazine.com about some of the topics her Twitter followers might have been more interested in (think divorce, public intoxication, screwing up the “National Anthem” lyrics, nearly falling off the Grammy stage, etc. and so forth), and even talked about how those “hiccups” might help her – and the show’s contestants – as she mentors them alongside fellow judges Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green, and Adam Levine:
I can laugh about my own hiccups and my own experiences in life because I’m getting through it. But I get to share these experiences with these people and I get to say not every performance day is going to be a great day.
I’m actually revealing a lot about myself during this show – a side of myself that I think a lot of people have never seen before, that only my closest friends see when the cameras go off. I just wanted to approach this show very openly. I’m human, too, and people make mistakes and go through things in life and I’m definitely taking that into the show. (UsMagazine.com)
I’m willing to bet that “taking that into the show” will help not only the contestants, who will see Aguilera as more than just a celebrity, but also Aguilera herself.
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From Psych Central's Alicia Sparks:
Weekend Reading: Christina Aguilera Talks Victim Of Celebrity | Celebrity Psychings (June 24, 2011)
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