We have to applaud Christina Aguilera for keeping us on our toes. She’s given us iconic noughties hits like Dirrty and Genie in a Bottle, she’s starred in blockbuster movies like Burlesque, and now she’s taking a dive into female wellness.

To promote a new product launch from Playground, a sexual wellness brand she’s co-founded with two other female industry experts, Christina wore a vagina manicure – and for a very good reason. Speaking on a new Call Her Daddy podcast episode, the singer chats openly about her desire to make female sexuality less of a Dirrty topic.

“I’ve spent my entire career encouraging everyone, but especially women to feel empowered while owning their sexuality,” Christina explains in a new Instagram post. “The better you feel about yourself, the better you can live your life and own EVERY capacity of it!”

Christina's vagina-themed nails are a work of art

In clips taken during the filming of the episode, a very glam-looking Christina sports extra-long talons featuring intricate 3D vagina artwork. The look comes courtesy of LA-based celeb manicurist, Zola Ganzorigt, who also works with the likes of Kylie Jenner, Vanessa Hudgens and Hailey Bieber.

In the post showing the full 3D effect of the designs, Zola shows how the artwork was created on false talons, which were then glued to the 42-year-old’s natural nails. We imagine they took hours to perfect, so sticking them on was probably a good way to save Christina some time.

Fans, of course, are loving Zola's work on the singer's nails, with one writing: "From Genie in a bottle to selling Lube in a bottle….GROWTH."

A second adds: "Singer, businesswoman, producer, songwriter, director, mentor…ARTIST".

If you aren’t familiar with the Call Her Daddy podcast, you might want to start listening because the Spotify exclusive series, started by Sofia Franklyn and Alexandra Cooper in 2018, tackles a range of interesting topics ranging from sexual liberty to personal empowerment and relationships in general.

Christina’s episode covers all things sexual wellness to tie in with the launch of her collection of vegan, pH-balanced lubricants (currently only shoppable in the US, sob). No spoilers, we promise, but some of her quotes from the podcast are as iconic as you might expect from Xtina.

“There were a lot of female comparisons and double standards. It was hard to feel like you were making music and doing something you loved when someone spins something so negative about it,” she says of her career in music.

We don’t know about you but we’re definitely here for Christina and her liberated era!


By Editor