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Christina Aguilera sure has changed since her Disney days!
"The Voice" coach — who famously got her start on "The Mickey Mouse Club" in the early '90s — paid tribute to her child star past by wearing a vintage Mickey Mouse T-shirt on the red carpet at the Samsung Galaxy Note II launch party in Beverly Hills on Thursday. But, as we have come to expect from the "Your Body" singer, it wasn't just any shirt. Mickey's face was ripped so that the 31-year-old could put her cleavage on display. Her red bra could easily be seen underneath, and there were other holes on the shirt exposing lots of skin. Aguilera completed her look with black leggings, a studded leather jacket, and an animal print cap. Her hair is still dip-dyed reddish, which coordinated nicely with Mickey Mouse's shorts.
Presumably Aguilera was going commando — as she recently announced was her preference (so nice of her for sharing!) — but that's about as far deep into that topic as we want to go.
At the party — which also was attended by Julianne Hough and Liam Hemsworth — the pint-sized powerhouse was accompanied by boyfriend Matthew Rutler. They sat together and appeared cozy and affectionate. She also hung out with Vanessa Hudgens, another star whose recent red-carpet look had us talking.
Nearly 20 years ago, the Staten Island, New York, native was cast on "The Mickey Mouse Club," where she showed off her early vocal skills and performed sketch comedy numbers. She turned out to be among a star-studded group — her co-stars included Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears, Ryan Gosling, and Keri Russell. At the time Aguilera had dark brown hair with bangs … and wore more modest outfits. But, man, could she sing.
Take a look:
Aguilera has also been in the headlines this week for a comment she made about Simon Cowell, whose show "The X Factor" goes head-to-head with "The Voice." "I've not actually seen a full episode of any of the other music shows," the songstress said at the Billboard/Hollywood Reporter Film & TV Conference on Thursday. "I saw the commercials early on of 'American Idol' of Simon being a d--k. I was like, 'Man, that's not what it's about!' … I didn't want to treat people like that. I wanted to do 'The Voice' to show that we can be positive. We don't have to knock people down."
[Related: Christina Aguilera Calls Simon Cowell a D***]
No word yet from Camp Cowell, but we expect he'll have something to say.
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