Christina Aguilera reimagines her biggest hits at the People’s Choice Awards, receives Icon Award — WATCH

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Christina Aguilera performs onstage during the AHF World AIDS Day 2021 concert at The Forum on December 01, 2021 in Inglewood, California. AIDS Healthcare Foundation's (AHF) free, sold-out concert marks World AIDS Day and AHF's 35th anniversary at a star-studded event. AHF's "L.A. Revival" concert featured performances by Jennifer Hudson, Christina Aguilera and was hosted by comedian and internet sensation Randy Rainbow. AHF presented its Lifetime Achievement Award to Sen. Bernie Sanders (accepted by his wife, Jane) at the concert, which was produced with longtime AHF partner Debbie Allen and featured a performance by students from her Debbie Allen Dance Academy (DADA). (Photo by Randy Shropshire/Getty Images for AIDS Healthcare Foundation)

Christina Aguilera received the first-ever Music Icon award at the People’s Choice Awards ceremony in Santa Monica, California, and performed a melody of her biggest hits, including “Genie in a Bottle,” “Beautiful,” and “Dirrty.”

For her performance of “Dirrty,” Aguilera wore black and yellow chaps and a bodysuit. The outfit was similar to the chaps she wore while promoting and performing the single in New York City in 2002, as well as the outfit she wore in the music video.

The “Dirrty” music video, which was directed by David LaChapelle and set in a boxing club, was released after Aguilera broke free of her management in 2002, according to The Irish Times. She was just 21 years old at the time.

Aguilera told The Irish Times that the music video was her way of showing she was proud of her sexuality and her vulnerability.

“It was that pop-star time of N’Sync, the Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, and me. When we came out, there was an essence of innocence that you had to sort of portray blindly,” Aguilera told the publication. “And I wasn’t about to play that game, I wasn’t that girl. I really wanted to be honest and truthful.”

Watch Christina Aguilera perform at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards

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