The Meaning of Christina Aguilera Tattoos
Although sometimes it is hard to notice Christina Aguilera tattoos as you are hypnotized by her sheer beauty, they certainly are there. This former Mouskateer emerged along with Britney Spears in what seemed at the time, a war of talent. However, there is no denying that Christina’s vocal chords will win in any musical battle.
Behind Madonna, Christina is the second highest selling female singer of the 2000s. She ranked 18 our of 100 on Maxim Magazine’s 2010 Most Beautiful Women and aside from her musical career, she devotes a great deal of time to human rights, charities and other world issues.
Christina Aguilera tattoos have been inspired by her career as well as her marriage to marketing music executive Jordan Bratman. While they were married November 19th, 2005 at a Napa Valley estate, Aguilera filed for divorce on October 14th, 2010. She is requesting joint legal as well as physical custody for their son Max Liron who was born January 12th, 2008. If all of this isn’t enough excitement in her life. On November 15th, 2010, she is honored wit her own star in Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
Christina Aguilera Tattoos
Xtina – Aguilera wears the word Xtina on the back of her neck. It is a nickname she gave to herself and first spoke of when she posed for Rolling Stone Magazine wearing nothing but her boots and an electric guitar. Soon after, she got the tattoo.
Flower – On the inside of Aguilera’s left wrist she wears a small simple flower. It is unique because it is done off centre.
Mickey Mouse – One of the most well-known Christina Aguilera tattoos is the Mickey Mouse displayed on her bikini line. Of course, this is done as a tribute to her Mouskateer days so she can always remember where her career stemmed from. The placement however, of a Disney tattoo, has raised controversy.
Husband – On Aguilera’s left inner forearm is her Hebrew tattoo. The initials Yud and Bet represent her soon-to-be ex-husband’s initials JB. Also as part of this tattoo are the words Te Amo Siempre which means I love you forever.
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Hebrew Words – The last of the Christina Aguilera tattoos are the Hebrew words to mean I am to my beloved what my beloved is to me. The phrase is derived from Song of Songs out of the Hebrew Bible. It is about fidelity and is spoken from a female to a male. It is a phrase that is often engraved on wedding rings however, Aguilera opted for the more permanent approach.