Christina Aguilera, known for constantly changing up her hairstyles, rocked a cotton candy pink, short, frizzy wig while performing on the NBC show "'The Voice" on Tuesday, November 13.
The usually blonde 31-year-old singer sang her new single "Make The World Move," off of her new album "Lotus," with fellow show coach Cee Lo Green. During her performance, Aguilera wore a light, printed strapless dress with a short skirt in front and a floor-length train in the back that showed off her cleavage and white, studded, thigh-high boots.
"Make The World Move," a high-energy pop song, began with the opener to Latin pop singer Shakira's 2006 hit "Hips Don't Lie,' which is actually sampled from salsa singer Jerry Rivera's 1992 song "Amores Como El Nuestro."
Aguilera's duet with Green is one of the tracks of her new record, which was released on November 9. "Lotus" also contains a song called "Just A Fool," a duet with Shelton. Adam Levine, the fourth on the panel, is not featured on the record.
Tuesday's episode of "The Voice" also featured the elimination of two contestants - Adriana Louise, one of the singers Aguilera had coached, and Michaela Paige, who was on coach Blake Shelton's team, leaving 10 hopefuls left to compete on the third season of the singing contest show.