Christina Aguilera shares amazing throwback clip of her singing Etta James aged 7
8 April 2020, 10:28
Christina Aguilera sent her fans wild online after sharing a fun throwback video of her singing a cover of Etta James, aged just seven-years-old.
The 39-year-old got her start on The All New Mickey Mouse Club alongside Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake and has since gone on to win several Grammy Awards and release many hits, including 'Genie in a Bottle' and 'What a Girl Wants'.
This weekend, Christina reminisced by posting a video from around 1988, captioned: "7 year old X sending you love today. #ettajames #sundaykindoflove."
The video shows Christina singing 'A Sunday Kind of Love' by Etta James on Wake Up with Larry Richert.
Singer Christina performed on the show after performing the same song on Star Search.
However, she was eliminated during the semi-final round.
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That didn't stop Christina, who went on to become a Mouseketeer in 1993 until the show ended in 1996.
Christina's fans rushed to post comments underneath the video.
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Hi Fighters! I have two songs, Loyal Brave True, and a new reimagined version of Reflection on @Disney’s new live action film @Mulan, out March 27th! #Mulan and #Reflection have been such a special part of my life and this film is a beautiful continuation of this legacy. Go see the film in theaters March 27th…...and the #LoyalBraveTrue single is out now! Hope you love it as much as I do. Link’s in my bio.
One fan wrote: "Still makes the same passionate expressions while singing."
"Yesss for the drama and dynamiccccs! Lmao I love it," posted another.
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A third noted: "Wow you really were born a star," as another fan demanded: "We wanna hear the 2020 version!"
Demi Lovato wrote: "Omg baby xtina."
It comes after Christina recorded new song 'Loyal, Brave, True' for the live-action film release of Mulan - which has now been put on hold.