Christina Aguilera Weight Loss in 'Let There be Love' VIDEO with Son Max, Nicole Richie & Christina Milian
on Aug 30, 2013 12:58 PM EDT
Christina Aguilera sends a positive message with her latest video Let There Be Love and also shows off her newly slim figure.
Through the clip, the singer promotes gay rights and rallies against racism and sexism. Aguilera's son Max as well as her celebrity friends, Nicole Richie and Christina Milian, also appear in the video to spread the positivity. Many of them make the shape of the letter "L" with their fingers to represent the word "love." Signs that read "racism sucks" and "don't hate" are also displayed.
The song appears on Aguilera's seventh studio album Lotus, which was released in 2012. The album peaked at No. 7 on Billboard, yet, Aguilera is thankful for her loyal fans who have stood by her. She dedicated the music video to them.
"Just thanking you guys so much for filling my life and my heart with so much love," she said in the beginning of the clip. "Continued throughout the years to stand by me, I appreciate all your support. This one is just for you."
Aguilera's new figure is also easily identified in the new video. After being scrutinized for her weight gain over the past few years, she showed off a slimmer body earlier in the year. She flaunted her new figure during her performance of Feel This Moment with Pitbull at the Billboard Music Awards in May and then again in a Twitter photo where she wore a bra and skirt.
"I've been through my highs; I've been through my lows. Being too thin, being bigger. I've been criticized for being on both sides of the scale. It's a noise I block out. I love my body. My boyfriend loves my body. My son is healthy and happy, so that's all that matters to me," she told Marie Claire in January 2012.
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