Christina Aguilera has had no problem showing off her curves this season on the hit talent competition "The Voice," and her assets are once again on full display on her latest cover art of her upcoming album.
The single is appropriately called, "Your Body," and the image is of Aguilera in sheer fabric that is strategically placed, as her long blond hair covers her chest.
"Thank you so much for today! Album comes out in November. #YourBody out Friday! Love you all! XoXtina," Aguilera wrote on Twitter.
The cover, however, seems to show a more slimmed-down version of the singer than we have seen in recent weeks, begging the question of whether she has lost weight or the cover is an example of a great Photoshop job.
At the end of August, Aguilera was spotted in Los Angeles, shooting a music video for an unreleased track which will be on her coming seventh album.While there was a bubble gum pink truck on set, and Aguilera wielded a baseball bat, most of the focus was on her skin-tight dress, which put the singer's fuller figure on display.
Aguilera divorced Jordan Bratman in October 2010, and has noticeably gained weight since. It seems she has yet to drop the pounds, but does not seem to be in any rush.
While on the set for her latest video, Aguilera sported pink hair and heels, while wearing a black dress that showed thicker thighs and more of a stomach than her fans are used to since she hit the music scene in 1999.
"I've been through my highs, I've been through my lows; I've been through the gamut of all things in this business. Being too thin. Being bigger," Aguilera said in an interview with Marie Claire magazine earlier this year.
"I've been criticized for being on both sides of the scale. It's noise I block out automatically. I love my body. My boyfriend loooves my body. My son [4-year-old Max] is healthy and happy, so that's all that matters to me."
It is likely that the music video shoot was for "Your Body." Part of the video will be shown on Monday's episode of "The Voice."