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Christina Aguilera: Motherhood is biggest achievement

Christina Aguilera: Motherhood is biggest achievement

Nov 11 2012, 3:03am CST | by

Christina Aguilera says the birth of her son was her ''proudest moment''.

Becoming a mother is Christina Aguilera's greatest achievement. The singer gave birth to her son Max Liron - which means 'greatest song' - in January 2008 and rates having him with former husband...

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Christina Aguilera: Motherhood is biggest achievement

Nov 11 2012, 3:03am CST | by

Christina Aguilera says the birth of her son was her ''proudest moment''.

Becoming a mother is Christina Aguilera's greatest achievement.
The singer gave birth to her son Max Liron - which means 'greatest song' - in January 2008 and rates having him with former husband Jordan Bratman above anything else she has ever done in her life.
She said: ''The birth of my son is my proudest moment. Max is my greatest song.''
'The Voice' mentor is taking time off from the show next year to focus on her music career and admitted she will miss her fellow coaches - Cee Lo Green, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton - and the contestants.
She added in an interview with America's OK! magazine: ''The coaches are like big brothers and the contestants are so hungry. I am better for it but I need to take a break to do my own thing, to bring so much back to them.''
Christina, 31, recently revealed she is embracing the aging process and has no fear of getting older.
She said: ''Some people are afraid of change and [feel] that getting older is a bad thing, but I really love maturing and gaining wisdom.
''And the experience of being pregnant and having a child and seeing what a woman's body can do is amazing.''

 
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Aaron Lewis Botches National Anthem: O'er the Ramparts We WHAT?!

Oct 27 2014 1:22pm CDT | Source: The Hollywood Gossip

It's been awhile since anyone STAIND the National Anthem quite like Aaron Lewis did at the World Series last night. See what we did there twice?! The rock band frontman turned solo bungled "The Star-Spangled Banner," replacing "at the twilight's last gleaming" with "were so gallantly streaming." He then repeated the lyric in its correct place a few moments later, but the ...
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Aaron Lewis Apologizes For Messing Up National Anthem At World Series: I Hope The Nation Will Forgive Me

Oct 27 2014 9:23am CDT | Source: Gossip Cop

(Getty Images) Aaron Lewis is apologizing for bungling the National Anthem before game five of the World Series on Sunday. As Gossip Cop reported, the Staind front man was performing the “Star-Spangled Banner” at AT&T Park in San Francisco when he messed up the lyrics. Lewis sang “gallantly streaming” twice, apparently confusing it the first time with “twilight’s last gleaming.” The online criticism came in fast and furious, ...
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Country Star Aaron Lewis Screws Up the National Anthem at the World Series

Oct 27 2014 7:39am CDT | Source: PopSugar

Country singer Aaron Lewis has issued an apology to his fans after he fumbled with the lyrics to the National Anthem during Game Five of the World Series. Aaron was on hand in San Francisco on Sunday night to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" but mixed up the lyrics, singing, "O say can you see by the dawn's early light, what so proudly we hailed, were so gallantly streaming" instead of "O say can you see by the dawn's early ligh ...
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Aaron Lewis Bungles National Anthem Lyrics At World Series — WATCH VIDEO!

Oct 26 2014 7:47pm CDT | Source: Gossip Cop

(Getty Images) Aaron Lewis performed the National Anthem at the World Series on Sunday… badly. The Staind front man took the field at AT&T Park in San Francisco, before the Giants took on the Kansas City Royals. But with thousands of people watching in the stadium and millions more at home, Lewis bungled the lyrics to the “Star-Spangled Banner.” Lewis sang “gallantly streaming” twice, apparently mixing it up with “twilight’s last gleaming.” Many vie ...
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