The singer is celebrating an exciting album anniversary.
Christina Aguilera is going back to the past as she rocks one of her iconic looks in a new TikTok.
Calling back to 2002, when Aguilera released her hit album, Stripped, the singer donned blonde hair with black streaks, fishnets, a corset top, a mini skirt, and high boots in the video.
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The new clip begins with old footage showing a young Aguilera on stage saying, "Just because my album’s name is Stripped, does not mean you can take my clothes off!"
As the quote continues, the video switches to present-day Aguilera, who wears the throwback hair along with a towel covering her body.
Once the sentence ends, the Grammy winner throws the towel towards the camera and it cuts to her iconic 00s-style outfit, with her hit 2002 song "Dirrty" playing in the background.
She captioned the new post, "Where my Fighters at? 🔥," in reference to another one of her hit songs, "Fighter," also on the Stripped album.
After the song was released, Aguilera's fanbase also adopted the nickname "Fighters."
Aguilera's album Stripped just turned 20 years old, and it's clearly still a very special release for the singer.
Posting about the significant anniversary on Twitter, the 41-year-old wrote: "Stripped gave me the strength and freedom as an artist to tell my story the way I wanted. Thank you to all of my fighters around the world for amplifying that strength and giving me the space to continue to share myself in my truest forms, #20YearsOfStripped more to come 🖤."
Many fans also celebrated the anniversary along with the singer.
One fan wrote under the TikTok, "I have loved you and your music and everything you do for over 20 years."
"This ALBUM needs to be relaunched. 🥰. Younger generations need to know the inspiration of today's music," another said.
Stripped was filled with many hits, including her inspiring ballad, "Beautiful."
In honor of both the album and this particular song's impact and meaning, Aguilera released a new music video for it, which focuses on how social media and other societal pressures affect mental health, especially in kids and young adults.