Christina Aguilera To Teach Singing Class & Her 7 Most Powerful Performances Will Convince You To Sign Up
School just got a lot cooler. Christina Aguilera is teaching a singing MasterClass, which means aspiring singers can learn from one of the best in the business. Whether you're a fan of Aguilera's empowering lyrics or love her karaoke-ready songs, this is bound to be an amazing course.
Billboard reports that Aguilera's class will focus on the particulars of singing. In a statement (via Billboard), Aguilera said, "I’m excited MasterClass has given me the opportunity to truly share all I have learned about my craft with the world. Coaching in this capacity not only gives me a chance to connect with my fans but lets me explore one of my true passions."
Of course, Aguilera is already known for mentoring contestants on The Voice, so students can expect this to be a pretty amazing course. According to Billboard, the course is $90 and includes "video lessons, interactive exercises, learning materials, and workbooks." Interested in signing up? You can add your name to the MasterClass waitlist.
Aguilera's fellow The Voice judge Usher will also teach a course in performance, while famed photographed Annie Leibovitz will lead a class in photography. If you need any more inspiration to join Aguilera's class, you can check out seven times of her most powerful performances in the video below.
1. This High Note In "What A Girl Wants"
Oh, hey there, chills.
2. This Long Note In Etta James' "At Last"
If you're going to cover a classic song, you need to do it justice. Aguilera succeeded.
3. When She Recreated Her Mulan Auditon
Aguilera demonstrates the note she hit that landed her the role.
4. When She Brought All Of The Emotion With "Beautiful"
It's so moving to see how the music moves Aguilera.
5. When She Literally Gave A How-To On Slaying
If you need any proof that Aguilera's a great teacher, watch this.
6. When She Was Six Years Old And Still Crushed It
Let the record show she's always had an insanely powerful voice.
7. When She Covered James Brown
Again, Aguilera made an iconic song her own — and brought the house down.