Christina Aguilera looked sexy and hotter than ever when she appeared on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno Wednesday night. Christina was there to promote the upcoming fifth season of The Voice, which premieres Monday night on NBC. Aguilera said returning to the reality singing competition was like going back to school, according to Us Weekly. But she also took a swipe at one of her fellow judges, saying his head may have gotten too big.
The 32-year-old singer admitted to Jay that she's never felt sexier. Christina rocked a little black dress that's being called a micro by some, and her new svelte figure was entirely evident.
Christina admitted she prefers hanging out in just a jersey and boy's underwear in a recent "Maxim" spread. She thinks trying too hard to be sexy is the worst thing you can do, because sexiness should be effortless.
But it sure looks like she put some effort into the body that walked across the Tonight Show stage last night. See the pics here. Some tongues are wagging that she's had cosmetic surgery too. But more than likely her face looks different because of all the weight loss.
Friends say Christina practiced yoga to slim down. A source told Us that she prefers to do exercise that she enjoys, doing strength and resistance training rather than intense cardio.
Meanwhile, when asked about the new Voice season, Aguilera couldn't help but gush about how happy she is to return. "The boys are fun!", she exclaimed.
Aguilera joins CeeLo Green in returning to the famous spinning red chairs, along with Blake Shelton and Adam Levine, for the new season Monday.
Christina said the reunion was like starting right back where they left off, according to USA Today. She called being backstage with the guys a lot like locker-room humor.
Producer Mark Burnett let slip that next spring, Shakira and Usher will be back to rejoin Levine and Shelton. The revolving chairs is necessary because of the popular singers' real careers. He also said that this coming season's list of mentors include Ed Sheeran, Miguel, Ryan Tedder and Cher!
When asked, Aguilera said one change she's noticed in returning might be that Blake's head is little bigger, a jab at the fact that the country crooner has now coached the winner on three of the first four seasons.
The four judges, as well as Shakira and Usher, are well known for their good-natured ribbing of each other as they compete among themselves to crown one of their own the winner of the show.
"We've all agreed amongst us", said Green, "We don't care who wins, as long as Blake doesn't win again".
The new season of "The Voice" kicks off Monday at 8 ET on NBC.