Has Christina Aguilera finally gone too far?

No one could every accuse Superstar Pop Recording artist Christina Aguilera of being shy, quite the contrary. Aguilera has made a living being loud and brash, outspoken and never at a loss for words, with a unique ability to be insensitive, spew profanity, and generally be politely insulting to everyone, with her girlish good looks and primo body to go along with it.

She may have gone too far this time though.

While at the Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film and TV Conference, Christina let fly some pretty profane comments, as evidenced here.

“Now everyone is a critic. I don’t read blogs. It’s just God knows who in Buttf–k, wherever writing hate s–t,” Aguilera said. “You can’t take it seriously. I’m sure you’ve all been hated on at some point by buttf–k people.


Most people consider that statement mild by Christina Aguilera, Christina Aguilera as well, standards, but when it is accompanied another recent statement, it boggles the mind.

Aguilera recently stated that she wanted to prove she had major acting “skills” by play a “crackhead.”

According to eonline.com, Christina said “I do want to do more acting,” adding, “I want to do something where I can really sink my teeth into something a little more challenging. Really outside of myself, outside of music.”

“I sort of had this personal aspiration to do film, but I said, ‘I never want to do a musical! It’s too much like myself,”

“I want it to be honest and genuine in expanding my wings and doing something really, really different. A crackhead on the street or a drug addict. Or something crazy and meaty and juicy. Something that really took me out of myself.”

Has the role of Courtney Love in the new movie biography “Hole” been cast yet?

Or maybe she can play a true to life leading role in a movie about Janis Joplin, and choke to death on her own vomit after overdosing on heroin?

Or maybe she can gain 150 pounds and portray Fat Mama Cass Elliot, and choke to death on a ham sandwich.

Nothing is ever off the table for Christina Aguilera.

Article by Jim Donahue