Christina Aguilera Is Working On New Albums In English And Spanish: Watch Her ‘Today’ Interview
Christina Aguilera is returning with a vengeance in 2016. The 34-year-old, who most definitely has not peaked yet, revealed that she’s working on two new albums in an interview with Today. She will release a Spanish language album (her first since 2000’s Mi Reflejo) and deliver the long-awaited follow-up to Lotus. “I’ve been loosely working and sort of accumulating ideas for what my next album will be over the last couple of years,” the pop star says. “I’m excited for my fans to finally be getting something from me — it’s been a while!”
The “Say Something” diva also spoke about her role as an ambassador for the World Food Program, a position she has carried out since 2009. Christina was particularly moved by a recent visit to Ecuador. “It was interesting to go into a place that you know your bloodline is from,” Legend X confided. “My father and my grandfather having been born there, I would sort of look into the faces and think, ‘These are my people. This is where I’m from.'” Watch the hitmaker’s interview below.