Christina Aguilera videography

Christina Aguilera videography

A blonde-haired woman is waving her hand
Christina Aguilera at the premiere of Burlesque at the Empire, Leicester Square in London in 2010.

American entertainer Christina Aguilera has released five video albums and been featured in thirty-three music videos, five films, thirteen television programs, and seven commercials. Aguilera achieved early fame during 1993 and 1994 when she appeared in the Disney Channel television series The New Mickey Mouse Club, alongside singers Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake and actor Ryan Gosling. In 1999, Aguilera rose to prominence with her self-titled debut album. Two years later, Aguilera appeared on the music video for "Lady Marmalade" with Mýa, Lil' Kim, and Pink, which earned two MTV Video Music Awards at the 2001 ceremony: Video of the Year and Best Video from a Film.[1] In 2002, Aguilera released "Dirrty" as the lead single from her fourth studio album Stripped; the video for which was criticized due to its depiction of sexual activities.[2] Meanwhile, the visual for the second single from Stripped, "Beautiful", received a GLAAD Media Award for its positive portrayal of the LGBT community.[3]

In 2004, Aguilera voiced a Rastafarian jellyfish in the film Shark Tale. She recorded "Car Wash" with Missy Elliott for the film's soundtrack, and its music video features Aguilera as the jellyfish.[4] Later that year, she made an appearance on Nelly's video "Tilt Ya Head Back", in which she portrayed Marilyn Monroe.[5] In 2006, Aguilera released her fifth studio album Back to Basics—three music videos for singles from the album were shot. Bryan Barber directed the music video for "Ain't No Other Man", in which Aguilera acted as her then newly established alter ego Baby Jane.[6] In November 2010, she starred in the musical Burlesque, in which she portrays Ali Rose, a dancer in a burlesque club.[7] The film received lukewarm critical reception and garnered over 89 million US$.[8] From 2011 and 2013, Aguilera appeared the music videos for "Moves like Jagger" (with Maroon 5),[9] "Your Body",[10] "Feel This Moment" (with Pitbull),[11] "Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti" (with Alejandro Fernández),[12] "Let There Be Love",[13] and "Say Something" (with A Great Big World).[14]

Contents

  • Music videos 1
  • Filmography 2
  • Television roles 3
  • Video albums 4
  • Commercials 5
  • Notes 6
  • References 7
  • Bibliography 8
  • External links 9

Music videos

In 2001, Aguilera appeared in the music video for "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" with Ricky Martin
Director X directed the music video for "Tilt Ya Head Back" in 2004
The video for "Candyman" (2007) was directed by Matthew Rolston
Title Year Other performer(s) Director(s) Ref.
"Reflection" 1998 N/A N/A [15]
"Genie in a Bottle" 1999 N/A Martel, DianeDiane Martel [16]
"What a Girl Wants" N/A [16]
"I Turn to You" 2000 N/A Almont, Rupert C.Rupert C. Almont [15]
"Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" N/A Hunter, PaulPaul Hunter [17]
"So Emotional" N/A N/A [15]
"Genio Atrapado"[1] N/A Martel, DianeDiane Martel [17]
"Por Siempre Tú"[2] N/A Almont, Rupert C.Rupert C. Almont [15]
"Ven Conmigo (Solamente Tú)"[3] N/A Hunter, PaulPaul Hunter
Finkelstein, LorinLorin Finkelstein
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"Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti" N/A Bray, Kevin G.Kevin G. Bray [15]
"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" 2001 Martin, RickyRicky Martin Isham, WayneWayne Isham [19]
"Lady Marmalade" Mýa
Lil' Kim
Pink
Missy Elliott
Hunter, PaulPaul Hunter [15]
"Dirrty" 2002 Redman LaChapelle, DavidDavid LaChapelle [2]
"Beautiful" N/A Åkerlund, JonasJonas Åkerlund [3]
"Fighter" 2003 N/A Sigismondi, FloriaFloria Sigismondi [20]
"Can't Hold Us Down" Lil' Kim LaChapelle, DavidDavid LaChapelle [21]
"The Voice Within" N/A [22]
"Car Wash" 2004 Missy Elliott DreamWorks Animation [4]
"Tilt Ya Head Back" Nelly X, LittleLittle X [23]
"Ain't No Other Man" 2006 N/A Barber, BryanBryan Barber [6]
"Hurt" N/A Sigismondi, FloriaFloria Sigismondi
Aguilera, ChristinaChristina Aguilera
[24]
"Tell Me" Diddy, P.P. Diddy White, ErikErik White [25]
"Candyman" 2007 N/A Rolston, MatthewMatthew Rolston
Aguilera, ChristinaChristina Aguilera
[26]
"Save Me From Myself" 2008 N/A Korver, PaulPaul Korver [27]
"Keeps Gettin' Better" N/A Berg, PeterPeter Berg [28]
"Not Myself Tonight" 2010 N/A Williams, HypeHype Williams [29]
"You Lost Me" N/A Mandler, AnthonyAnthony Mandler [30]
"Moves like Jagger" 2011 Maroon 5 Åkerlund, JonasJonas Åkerlund [9]
"Your Body" 2012 N/A Matsoukas, MelinaMelina Matsoukas [10]
"Feel This Moment" 2013 Pitbull Rousseau, DavidDavid Rousseau [11]
"Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti" Fernández, AlejandroAlejandro Fernández Brand, SimonSimon Brand [12]
"Let There Be Love" N/A N/A [13]
"Say Something" A Great Big World Sims, ChristopherChristopher Sims [14]

Filmography

Film Year Director(s) Character Description
Shark Tale[4] 2004 Vicky Jenson
Bibo Bergeron
Rob Letterman
Rastafarian jellyfish Voice role
Shine a Light[31] 2008 Martin Scorsese Herself Documentary
Get Him to the Greek[32][33] 2010 Nicholas Stoller Herself Cameo appearance
Burlesque[34][35] 2010 Steve Antin Ali Rose Main actress
Pitch Perfect 2[36] 2015 Elizabeth Banks Herself Cameo appearance

Television roles

Television show Year Character Description
The New Mickey Mouse Club 1993–94 Herself Season 6–7[37]
Beverly Hills, 90210 1999 Herself "Let's Eat Cake" (season 10: episode 2)[38]
Roswell 1999 Herself "Monsters" (season 1: episode 3)[39]
Christmas in Washington 1999 Herself Guest star[40]
The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1999-2000 Herself Episode dated September 10, 1999[41]
Episode dated April 11, 2000[42]
Episode dated November 29, 2000[43]
Al salir de clase 2000 Herself "El día que no existe" (season 5: episode 42)[44]
"Augurios" (season 8: episode 72)[45]
Un Paso Adelante 2002 Herself "Arriba el telón" (season 1: episode 1)[46]
Player$ 2003 Herself "Hulk" (Season 2, Episode 10)[47]
Punk'd 2003 Herself "Ryan Pinkston – VH1 Big in 2002" (Season 1, Episode 1)[48]
Project Runway 2009 Herself / Guest Judge "Sequins, Feathers and Fur, Oh My!" (Season 6, Episode 9)[49]
Conan 2010 Herself "A Prayer for Dick Butkus" (Season 1, Episode 9)[50]
Entourage 2010 Herself "Lose Yourself" (Season 7, Episode 10)[51]
The Voice 2011–present Herself (Coach and Judge) Seasons 1—3[52]
Season 5[53]
Season 8[54]
Nashville 2015 Jade St. John 3 episodes, recurring role (Season 3)[55]

Video albums

Aguilera performing during her Back to Basics Tour in Germany in 2006
Title Details Peak positions Certifications
(sales threshold)
AUS
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US
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UK
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Genie Gets Her Wish
  • Released: December 14, 1999[59]
  • Format: DVD, VHS
  • Label: RCA
7
  • RIAA: Platinum[60]
My Reflection
  • Released: June 5, 2001[61]
  • Format: DVD, VHS
  • Label: RCA
8 1
  • ARIA: Platinum[62]
  • RIAA: Gold[60]
Stripped Live in the U.K.
  • Released: November 15, 2004[63]
  • Format: DVD
  • Label: RCA
4 3
  • RIAA: Platinum[60]
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[64]
  • BPI: Platinum[65]
Back to Basics and Beyond
  • Released: 2006[4]
  • Format: NTSC
  • Label: RCA
Back to Basics: Live and Down Under
  • Released: February 4, 2008[67]
  • Format: DVD, digital download
  • Label: RCA
2 1 1
  • RIAA: Gold[60]
  • ARIA: 2× Platinum[68]
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Commercials

Product/Brand Year Ref.
Coca-Cola 2001 [69]
Skechers 2003 [70]
Pepsi 2006 [71]
Shattered Jewelry Collection 2008 [72]
Red Sin 2012 [73]
Royal Desire 2012 [74]
Unforgettable 2013 [75]

Notes

  1. ^ "Genio Atrapado" is the Spanish-language version of "Genie in a Bottle".[18]
  2. ^ "Por Siempre Tú" is the Spanish-language version of "I Turn to You".[18]
  3. ^ "Ven Conmigo (Solamente Tú)" is the Spanish-language version of "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)".[18]
  4. ^ The album was released exclusively in Canada and the United States by Walmart.[66]

References

  1. ^ MTV Video Music Awards for "Lady Marmalade":
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    • My Reflection:
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  57. ^ Peak chart positions for Aguilera's video albums in the United States:
    • Genie Gets Her Wish:
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