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Christina Aguilera Goes Nude on Stark 'W' Cover

Singer opens up about 'The Voice' and her divorce in new interview

June 15, 2011 5:15 PM ET
Christina Aguilera Goes Nude on Stark 'W' Cover

Christina Aguilera looks lithe and elegant on W magazine's July cover. The Voice coach, 30, sports long, white-blonde frizzy extensions and covers her nude body with a bouquet of crimson red roses.

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In the interview, Aguilera opens up about her failed marriage to music producer Jordan Bratman, with whom she has a three-year-old son, Max. "At one time or another we were not angels," she says candidly. "It got to a point where our life at home was reminding me of my own childhood. I will not have my son grow up in a tension-filled home. I knew there would be a negative reaction in the press to my divorce, but I am not going to live my life because of something someone might say."

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Since her split with Bratman, Aguilera's found love in the arms of her new beau, Matt Rutler, who was a production assistant on the set of Burlesque. "He was so supportive. He still is," she says. "We've been through a lot in the past year."

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