Christina Aguilera Opened The Floodgates For Curious Twitter Fans And Her Answers Were Honest And Real
She owned the ways that she failed her authentic self in the past and validated her truth today.@xtina / Twitter
Maybe it’s because we’re living in a #MeToo age where women in entertainment (and hopefully, everywhere else) feel more empowered to say no and be heard. She wrote “Fall in Line” years before the #MeToo movement picked up steam.
When asked, she said, “It was the song that needed to be heard. Because of what I witnessed when I was growing up I always felt really driven to have a voice that my mom kind of never had in my childhood. So I’ve always wanted to be that advocate for women and anybody that was struggling to have their own voice.”
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