To celebrate Christina Aguilera’s birthday, Billboard looks back at her hits and biggest career and chart achievements.
She’s beautiful in every single way, and today we’re celebrating Christina Aguilera’s 43rd birthday by looking back at some of our favorite career and chart achievements of this “Dirrty” diva — all in this week’s Pop Culture Rewind.
The year was 1999, and Christina Aguilera’s self-titled first album was sprinkled with three Hot 100 No. 1 hits like “What a Girl Wants” and “Come on Over.” She quickly grabbed a fourth chart topper with the iconic 2000s moment that was the remake of “Lady Marmalade.”
Her fan-favorite album Stripped spawned classics like “Dirrty,” “Beautiful” and “Fighter.” By 2006, she was slaying in a Pepsi commercial and released her second No. 1 album Back to Basics. She has continued to entertain us with a musical movie, a stint as a television mentor and several albums we love. Today we say happy birthday to Xtina, and thank her for making us all fighters.
We’ll have another huge moment for you next week in our Pop Culture Rewind.
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