Christina Aguilera is used to being the object of men’s affection, but when a photo was snapped of Secretary of State Hilary Clinton apparently taking a glimpse of Aguilera’s cleavage during a recent awards ceremony, everyone wanted to know: what was going on?
“That looks like it was Photoshopped, but it’s not. That was a real moment,” the songstress told talk show host Ellen in an interview airing Friday.
Aguilera, who received a leadership award from the U.S. Department of State in October for her efforts to end world hunger, shared with Ellen that she was thrilled to have met the former First Lady.
“She’s such like, you know, a force in a room,” “The Voice” judge said. “She’s got that star charisma and everything about her. I couldn’t take me eyes off her either—so, it was mutual.”
And in a moment of reflection, the singer wondered, “Is that bad? I don’t know, maybe I shouldn’t say that. I’m so inappropriate.”
The 31-year-old also took time to dish about the cover of her new album, “Lotus,” on which the singer appears nude. When asked about the decision to bare all, Aguilera said simply, “I like to be free.
“Sometimes, the less clothing the better. I’m just comfortable in my skin and my body.”