Christina Aguilera slips into her third sexy ensemble to perform at Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas


Christina Aguilera slipped into an incredible third outfit of the night as she took to the stage for a duet with Christian Nodal at the 23rd Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas’ Michelob ULTRA Arena on Thursday night. 

The 41-year-old performer looked sensational in a skintight latex catsuit that featured a low-cut neckline to showcase her ample cleavage and tiny waist. 

The sexy garment was adorned with sequins to add to the glamour, while the blonde bombshell also donned a latex headscarf over her glossy blonde locks.  

Earlier in the night, the hitmaker had wowed in a ruffled black gown with an impressive train as she took to the stage to accept the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Aguilera. 

She started the evening in a corseted purple gown, hitting the red carpet in style in the dramatic dress that featured voluminous shoulder detailing. 

Seemingly inspired by West Side Story, Aguilera and Nodal performed an inspiring version of the Ranchera-style song Cuando Me Dé la Gana in Spanish, beginning on opposite sides of the stage. 

Infectious: The singers made their way around the crowded stage full of dancers and musicians during most of the performance

Party atmosphere: After the camera made its way through the crowd, Aguilera went into the opening line of the song dressed in a sequined black jumpsuit with matching stiletto boots and her platinum tresses flowing down her shoulders

Nodal, who was initially on the other side of the stage decked out in black leather pants, a matching vest over a green shirt and a cowboy hat, slowly came towards Aguilera

Nodal, who was initially on the other side of the stage decked out in black leather pants, a matching vest over a green shirt and a cowboy hat, slowly came towards Aguilera

Trading lines: The two singers proceeded to show off their powerful vocals by trading line for line during for the first part of the song

Trading lines: The two singers proceeded to show off their powerful vocals by trading line for line during for the first part of the song

LATIN GRAMMY AWARDS 2022: WINNER AT A GLANCE 

RECORD OF THE YEAR WINNER

Jorge Drexler & C. Tangana – Tocarte

ALBUM OF THE YEAR WINNER 

 Rosalia – Motomami 

BEST NEW ARTIST WINNER

Angela Álvarez and Silvana Estrada

SONG OF THE YEAR 

Jorge Drexler, Pablo Drexler, Víctor Martínez & C. Tangana – Tocarte

BEST TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL ALBUM

 Christina Aguilera – Aguilera

With traditional Spanish-style guitar picking kicking off the intro to the song, the performance began with a party atmosphere on the stage, which was packed with accompanying musicians and dancers. 

After the camera made its way through the crowd, Aguilera, 41, went into the opening line of the song. The focus then shifted to Nodal, 23, who was the other side of the stage decked out in black leather pants, a matching vest over a green shirt and a cowboy hat, for the second line of the song.

The two singers then proceeded to show off their powerful vocals by trading line for line throughout the first verse as the acoustic guitar playing was blended perfectly with the horn section.

At one point during the middle of the performance, Aguilera stepped up the intensity and showed off her trademark vocal delivery of sustaining high notes, with a healthy dose of charisma.

She would drive home some more high-notes towards the end of the song, which seemed to get a reaction from the live audience.

They both commanded the stage by moving around, in between dancers and musicians, all while still belting out their vocals.

The Xtina star ended the performance with another one of her signature riffs, before tipping her hat to Nodal, who closed out the song, which tells the story of a woman taking charge in her relationship. 

Aguilera came into the evening as one of the night’s most-nominated artists with seven nominations. Her nominations included Album Of The Year for her ninth studio album Aguilera, which is her first Latin album in over 20 years. 

She went on to win the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album award during the ceremony.

Spanish flavor: The acoustic guitar playing was blended perfectly with the horn section

Spanish flavor: The acoustic guitar playing was blended perfectly with the horn section

Plenty of passion: Seemingly inspired by West Side Story, Aguilera and Nodal performed an inspiring version of the Ranchera-style song

Plenty of passion: Seemingly inspired by West Side Story, Aguilera and Nodal performed an inspiring version of the Ranchera-style song

Xtina delivers: At one point, Aguilera stepped up the intensity and showed off her trademark vocal delivery of sustaining high notes, with a healthy dose of charisma

Iconic: Aguilera has now released nine studio albums during her career dating back to 1999

Xtina delivers: At one point, Aguilera stepped up the intensity and showed off her trademark vocal delivery of sustaining high notes, with a healthy dose of charisma

Paying homage to her heritage: Cuando Me Dé la Gana is off her latest studio album, Aguilera, which is her first Spanish language album since Mi Reflejo (2001)

Paying homage to her heritage: Cuando Me Dé la Gana is off her latest studio album, Aguilera, which is her first Spanish language album since Mi Reflejo (2001)

Sealed with a kiss: The two singers shared a sweet moment at the end of their performance

Sealed with a kiss: The two singers shared a sweet moment at the end of their performance

In the spotlight! Marc (born Marco Muñiz) performed his song Mala alongside Sergio George and Motiff as well as competing for five trophies

Loving life: He  commanded the stage as he danced around

In the spotlight! Marc (born Marco Muñiz) performed his song Mala alongside Sergio George and Motiff as well as competing for five trophies

Two's company: John Legend performed Nervous alongside Sebastian Yatra as they danced around the stage

Two’s company: John Legend performed Nervous alongside Sebastian Yatra as they danced around the stage 

Duet: The Ohio-born 43-year-old was at the Latin Grammys to perform Nervous in Sinatra-style tuxes for their performance

Duet: The Ohio-born 43-year-old was at the Latin Grammys to perform Nervous in Sinatra-style tuxes for their performance

Quite an entourage! The brunette beauty went on to win best alternative music album, best recording package, and best engineered album for her record Motomami

Quite an entourage! Rosalia took to the stage with her backing dancers and went on to win best alternative music album, best recording package, and best engineered album for her record Motomami

Outfit change! Meanwhile, the Puerto Rican  29-year-old donned a baggy silver suit to perform with dance crew Jabbawockeez

Outfit change! Puerto Rican  Rauw Alejandro donned a baggy silver suit to perform with dance crew Jabbawockeez

Doing what they do best! Laura, Luis, and Thalia performed a tribute to 62-year-old Mexican musician Marco Antonio Solís alongside four other acts

Doing what they do best! Laura, Luis, and Thalia performed a tribute to 62-year-old Mexican musician Marco Antonio Solís alongside four other acts

Back it up! Anitta delivered a twerk-filled performance with a gaggle of female back-up dancers

Back it up! Anitta delivered a twerk-filled performance with a gaggle of female back-up dancers

Takes a village! The Latin Grammy Awards were hosted by four singers - (from L-R) Luis Fonsi, Laura Pausini, Anitta, and Thalía

Takes a village! The Latin Grammy Awards were hosted by four singers – (from L-R) Luis Fonsi, Laura Pausini, Anitta, and Thalía

Winner: During the ceremony Aguilera won the award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Aguilera, which she accepted decked out in a plunging black gown

Spreading love: The pop superstar blew a kiss of appreciation to the fans after accepting her award during the show at Mandalay Bay

Winner: During the ceremony Aguilera won the award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Aguilera, which she accepted decked out in a plunging black gown

Making her mark: The New York City native has been referred to as the 'Voice of a Generation'

Making her mark: The New York City native has been referred to as the ‘Voice of a Generation’

A vision: She started the evening in a corseted purple gown

A vision: She hit the red carpet in style in the dramatic dress that featured voluminous shoulder detailing

A vision: She started the evening in a corseted purple gown, hitting the red carpet in style in the dramatic dress that featured voluminous shoulder detailing

Accolades in abundance: Aguilera came into the Latin Grammy Awards as one of the night's most-nominated artists with seven nominations

Accolades in abundance: Aguilera came into the Latin Grammy Awards as one of the night’s most-nominated artists with seven nominations

21 years earlier, Aguilera won her first Latin Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Album for her first Spanish-language studio album, Mi Reflejo (2001).

Released back in late May, Aguilera pays tribute her Latin-American heritage, while dealing with themes of empowerment, vulnerability, and healing.

In all, the album has produced five singles, which also includes Pa Mis Muchachas, Somos Nada and Santo.

Her Aguilera album also received two nominations for the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, including Best Latin Pop Album and Best Immersive Audio Album.

Latin Grammy Awards 2022: WINNERS

RECORD OF THE YEAR

Christina Aguilera, Becky G, Nicki Nicole feat. Nathy Peluso – Pa’ mis muchachas 

Pablo Alborán – Castillos de arena 

Anitta – Envolver 

Marc Anthony – Pa’lla Voy 

Bad Bunny & Bomba Estéreo –  Ojitos Lindos

Camilo – Pegao 

Jorge Drexler & C. Tangana – Tocarte – WINNER 

Karol G – Provenza 

Juan Luis Guerra – Provenza 

Rosalía Feat. The Weeknd – La Fama 

Shakira & Rauw Alejandro – Te Felicito

Carlos Vives & Camilo – Baloncito Viejo

BEST NEW ARTIST 

Ángela Álvarez – WINNER

Sofía Campos

Cande y Paulo

Clarissa

Silvana Estrada – WINNER

Pol Granch

Nabález

Tiare

Vale

Yahritza y su esencia

Nicole Zignago

BEST TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL ALBUM

Fonseca – Viajante

Christina Aguilera – Aguilera – WINNER

Marta Gómez – FILARMÓNICO 20 AÑOS

Kurt – La Vida

Sin Bandera – Frecuencia 

BEST URBAN MUSIC ALBUM 

Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti – WINNER

BEST URBAN SONG 

Bad Bunny – Tití Me Preguntó – WINNER

 BEST ROCK SONG

Fito Paez – Lo Mejor De Nuestras Vidas WINNER

BEST ALTERNATIVE MUSIC ALBUM 

Rosalía – Motomami – WINNER

ALBUM OF THE YEAR  

Christina Aguilera – Aguilera 

Marc Anthony – Pa’lla Voy

Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti 

Bomba Estereo – Deja

Jorge Drexler – Tinta Y Tiempo 

Elsa y Elmar – Ya No Somos Los Mismos

Fonseca – Viajante

Rosalía – Motomami – WINNER 

Alejandro Sanz – Sanz 

Sebastián Yatra – Dharma

 SONG OF THE YEAR 

Ricky Martin feat. Reik – A veces bien y a veces mal

Daddy Yankee, Rauw Alejandro & Nile Rodgers – Agua

Carlos Vives & Camilo – Baloncito viejo

Fonseca – Besos en la frente

Carla Morrison – Encontrarme

Rosalía – Henta,i

Camilo & Evaluna Montaner – Índigo

Christina Aguilera, Becky G, Nicki Nicole feat. Nathy Peluso – Pa’ mis muchachas

Karol G – Provenza

Sebastián Yatra – Tacones rojos

Jorge Drexler & C. Tangana – Tocarte – WINNER

BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM

 Sebastian Yatra – Dharma – WINNER

BEST POP SONG 

Camilo, Jorge Luis Chacín, Andrés Leal, Martín Velilla & Carlos Vives – Baloncito Viejo

Jorge Drexler – La Guerrilla de la Concordia – WINNER 

Julio Reyes Copello & Fonseca – Besos En La Frente 

Édgar Barrera & Camilo – Indigo 

Jorge Drexler – LA GUERRILLA DE LA CONCORDIA

BEST RAP/HIPHOP SONG 

Bad Bunny – Demuseo – WINNER

BEST ROCK ALBUM 

 Fito Paez – Los Anos Salvajes – WINNER

BEST ALTERNATIVE SONG

Jorge Drexler – El Dia Estrenaste El Mundo – WINNER

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