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Christina Aguilera - Biography

In less than a year from the day she burst onto the music scene, Christina Aguilera scored two number one smash hit singles, watched sales of her debut album surpass the eight million mark, headlined the Super Bowl Half-Time Show, performed for President Bill Clinton, and then took home the Grammy for Best New Artist. Not bad for a kid who at that time had not yet turned twenty.

Christina began performing in school talent shows when she was six years old. She appeared on "Star Search" at the age of eight. At ten she sang the National Anthem for the Pittsburgh Steelers and at twelve, she joined the cast of "The New Mickey Mouse Club."

But her rise to stardom was not an easy one: she was taunted and teased by her classmates who felt she was more show-off than anything.
"My dreams of becoming a recording artist have kept me going."

Her first breakthrough happened when she was asked to sing “Reflection” for the soundtrack of the Disney film “Mulan”. After that Christina was signed to RCA and she soon released the popular single “Genie in a Bottle”, which stayed atop the charts for five consecutive weeks and rocketed the album to #1 upon its release in August 1999. The follow-up single "What A Girl Wants" reached the coveted first Billboard Hot 100 #1 slot of 2000 and helped to push the album into platinum territory six times over. If she seems in a hurry, she is. Christina has scored two #1 smash hit singles, watched sales of her RCA debut album surpass the eight million mark worldwide, headlined the Super Bowl Half -Time Show, performed for the President, and took home the Grammy for Best New Artist. "I've wanted to be a star since I was six or seven," she said.

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