Christina aguilera bares her soul on vulnerable new ballad 'twice'

Christina Aguilera

Aguilera also sat down for a special video for W in which she looked at her old music videos and added commentary. Despite singing, "It's just the way it is / And maybe it's never gonna change", Xtina and Demi aren't sitting silently and follow that line up with, "But I got a mind to show my strength / And I got a right to speak my mind". The midtempo track, entitled Fall in Line, features the vocal powerhouses inspiring women empowerment.

"To anyone who's ever felt silenced and repressed, the truth seekers and bold thinkers... may you liberate your voice and break the mold, never back down, and never fall in line", Christina tweeted. You are truly a GEM, I have enormous love and respect for you! Even in that conversation we had, he would go on about other subjects and stuff like that. The singer left The Voice in 2016, and while rumors suggested her departure was due to the prevalence of Blake Shelton and new judge Gwen Stefani's romance, Aguilera insisted that wasn't the case. You are an inspiration for future young girls of your generation.

"I fought for a long time to get two females in the chairs", she said. "Kanye, you know, he says things". The duet is very much in line with the feminist movements Me Too and Time's Up, which took center stage in 2017 and 2018 calling to end sexual harassment and discrimination against women. "Well, sometimes I wonder what is the meaning of my life / I found the price of love and lost my mind / I will forgive them all of my wrongs and my rights / I'd do it all again and won't think twice", she belts on the stunning chorus.

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