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Christina Aguilera En Espanol November 23, 2008

Posted by Ashley in ashmagazine, ashmagazine music videos, Back in the day, Music.
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Seven years ago Christina Aguilera released her first Spanish-language album , “Mi Reflejo”. The Ecuadorian/Irish songstress Latin/pop album featured a few of her hits (Genie in A Bottle and I Turn to You) in Spanish as well as a couple songs that showcased her voice so well, she sounds great in Spanish and English. Pero Me Acuerdo De Ti (But I’m Reminded Of You), Falsa Esperanzas (False Hopes), Si No Te Hubiera Conocido (If I Hadn’t Known You), and El Beso De Final (The Final Kiss) are my favorites (and are better songs than her popular English/Spanish songs). Below are a couple videos of Mrs. Christina Maria Aguilera performing her hits in espanol.

Grammy’s in 2002, performing Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti & Falsas Esperanzas

Latin Grammy’s in 2000, performing Contigo en la Distancia & Genio Atrapado



1. Rick Boyer - November 28, 2008

I’ve been reading along for a while now. I just wanted to drop you a comment to say keep up the good work.

2. Christina Aguilera-Latin Grammy 2000 Video - November 28, 2008

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3. Breana Loiacono - May 11, 2010

Excellent news regarding Christina Aguilera’s world tour coming over to Britain. I do hope Leona Lewis is going to appear with christina at the shows over here.

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