The iconic album was released in 2002.
Christina Aguilera is taking a stroll down memory lane! On Saturday, the 40-year-old singer took to social media to recreate the iconic cover for her highly-successful 2002 album Stripped, sharing a series of topless photos to promote her upcoming appearance at the LadyLand Festival.
In the sexy snapshots, Aguilera can be seen rocking only a pair of jeans and covering her breasts with her long, platinum hair, which was styled by Jesus Guerrero. "One week until @ladylandfestival ✨��Who's going to be there?", she wrote on Instagram.
Matthew Rutler, the songstress' fiancée of seven years, left a cheeky comment on the post. "Ummmmmm I am going to be there. Especially after seeing this", he wrote alongside several fire emojis.
Stripped, Aguilera's fourth studio album, was released on October 22, 2002. The LP debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 330,000 copies. It was also certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipping over four million copies in the United States.
Earlier this year, Aguilera reflected on the backlash she received during her Stripped era, in which she transitioned from the teen-pop style of her early releases to a more mature and overtly sexual persona.
During a July interview with TooFab ahead of the Grammy-winning album's 20th anniversary, the star said that "it's hard growing up" in the music industry because entertainers are constantly subject to criticism.
"I explored and I've been so open and supportive of everyone just living their best life", she shared at the time. "So you know, cheers to anyone who's just living their best life and owning it. We're allowed to do whatever we want as artists, change our mind and if it's not for you, flip the station, it's fine."
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