Christina Aguilera’s new music video “La Reina” has her in a stunning rose red gown that is both seductive and elegant.
Christina Aguilera looks lovely in her new music video “La Reina,” which was released recently. Her figure-hugging gown complements her flaming red locks, which she debuted in October 2021, giving her significant Jessica Rabbit vibes.The 41-year-old is no stranger to colorful ensembles. Christina is certainly a fan of plunging necklines, as evidenced by her appearance on the cover of Elle Mexico in February. Her emerald green latex outfit at The Daily Front Row Fashion Awards in April was one of her raunchier ensembles. She was spotted in Dubai wearing a form-fitting deep purple dress made of latex, and she looked stunning in any color. Christina wore a stunning vintage Hollywood inspired outfit in the video for “La Reina.”
“La Reina” has Xtina’s trademark sustained belting notes and powerful chords. She sings smoothly in Spanish while using her stunning deep tone over soothing Latin instruments. The music video combines brilliant colors and appears to be in the middle of a celebration, while the six men accompanying her harmonize well with her voice. With Christina delivering a powerful final note and the camera zooming out with the sound of screams and ovation, the video clocks in at slightly over four minutes.
Despite the fact that she does not speak fluent Spanish, this is not the half-first Ecuadorian’s foray into the realm of Latin music. The music video for her track “Pa’ Mis Muchachas,” the first teaser for her highly awaited second Spanish language effort, was released in October 2021. In January 2022, she released her EP La Fuerza.
“La Fuerza (The Strength)…in this first chapter, represents the different elements of what it means to be strong now, as I’ve unlocked new parts of myself as a woman, a fighter, a mother and creator,” Christina posted on her Instagram.
This comes 22 years after her first Spanish-language album, Mi Reflejo, which earned her a Latin Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Album. Despite the fact that her father was born in Ecuador, she has spoken out about being chastised for not seeming stereotypically Latina enough to record such material. In the music video for “La Reina,” the former Mickey Mouse Clubhouse member wore a vibrant red flamenco-inspired attire to flawlessly embody her ancestry.