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Christina Aguilera is bringing back the 2002 vibe!
On Saturday night, the "Genie in a Bottle" singer took the stage as a headliner at LA Pride in the Park wearing an outfit that throws back to 20 years ago when she dropped her "Dirrty" music video.
Aguilera, 41, and her backing dancers showed up in red, with the vocalist donning a tight corset and leather chaps. She covered up her version of cowboy attire by wearing a shiny trench coat and red sunglasses to match.
The "Candyman" songstress removed her trenchcoat later on in her set, leaving her figure on display as she belted out some of her hits including "Bionic," "Beautiful," and "Lady Marmalade."
During the night of the Pride celebration, Aguilera's dancers held up signs that read "Say gay" to express their support for LGBTQ people in some states where legislation restricting discussion of LGBTQ rights in schools has begun to be implemented, Rolling Stone reports.
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Recently, Aguilera opened up to PEOPLE about being an LGBTQ+ ally, saying it "is not something that's short-lived."
"It's in my DNA," she explained. "Over the years, I've raised awareness about HIV and AIDS and helped families of victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting."
"I also want to mention that my friends in the LGBTQ+ community have helped me in ways that I will never forget. They've allowed me the freedom to be myself and share my deepest, darkest secrets with them," she continued.
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"I left the house very young to pursue a label deal, and my mom was busy raising my younger brother, so it was a lot of navigating on my own. On the road, my glam squad became my support system and family."
Aguilera added, "The accolades and awards and all those things are nice, but what truly has mattered to me the most all these years is the connection I've made with people."