Christina Aguilera Says She Didn't Try And Punch Fellow Singer Pink - But She Did Try And Kiss Her!
According to a report from Us Weekly, Christina Aguilera ended those pesky rumors that she and Pink got into a fist fight at a nightclub many years ago in the midst of their ascension to superstardom in the early 2000s. The 38-year-old, who sat down with Andy Cohen on his eponymous television show, said, "I heard about that story and I saw the clips of it."
On the 31st of January, Thursday, Christina referenced the 2017 episode from October in which the 39-year-old star reminisced about the supposed incident. Speaking of their collaboration from 2001, Christina said she thought that Pink was upset over the way the "Lady Marmalade" video went down nearly twenty years ago.
According to Aguilera, Pink was heckling her a little bit from the audience while she was behind the director, but since then, Pink is a different person now, "she's a mom," Christina explained. The singer/songwriter denied trying to punch Pink as well.
She said, "I seem to have a different memory of a night we had at a club where we played spin the bottle." Christina went on to say that she and Pink never fought. Moreover, the singer joked she would never win that fight anyway!
Christina said she actually tried to kiss Pink during a game of spin the bottle, and instead, Pink held her hand up over her mouth. "She didn't want to get dirty," the singer joked. According to the "Dirty" artist, she and Pink have since long moved past all that; they're both mothers, and they just hugged it out.
Additionally, Christina said she believes that Pink actually has the best vocal abilities, next to Jessica Simpson, Britney Spears, and Mandy Moore. Christina said, "Pink's phenomenal."
Back in the early 2000s, around the same time as the explosion of peer-to-peer file sharing, Pink, Christina Aguilera, Mandy Moore, and Britney Spears were the biggest female pop stars of the day. Pink was the pop-star marketed to the "edgier" crowd of fans.
Since the release of their collaboration in 2001, "Lady Marmalade," the song has since become somewhat of a cult hit, although it was certainly successful at the time of its release as well.