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Madonna goes ‘Vogue’ while Christina Aguilera plays ‘Genie In A Bottle’ during self-quarantine

The popstars got creative in a bid to stay busy.

Madonna goes ‘Vogue’ while Christina Aguilera plays ‘Genie In A Bottle’ during self-quarantine

(Photo: AFP/Ethan Miller & Frazer Harrison )

What do celebrities like Madonna and Christina Aguilera do while in isolation? They sing, they dance and they entertain just like any other day.

On Friday (Mar 20), the Like A Virgin singer took to Instagram to share a video of her singing a verse from her 1990 hit Vogue.

But instead of the usual lyrics, “Come on, vogue Let your body move to the music, come on, vogue, let your body go with the flow”, the 61-year-old switched the lyrics to reflect the times we now live in.

Into a hairbrush, she belted, “Come on, go, let’s go eat some fried fish…come on, vogue, I mean go…’cause there’s no more pasta, oh no, we’re gonna eat some fried fish, yeah.”

What was going through her mind? The popstar explained in the caption, “Living in Special Times............its 3 am—-cut me some slack people.”

Yesterday (Mar 21), Christina Aguilera also shared how she was feeling while being in self-quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The 39-year-old singer shared a clip from her 1999 hit Genie In A Bottle. "I feel like I've been locked up tight for a century of lonely nights...waiting for someone to release me,'" she wrote in the caption.

"What day is it?! Haha," the singer continued. "Thanks for making me laugh during this crazy time. Love you guys. Please stay home if you can and stay safe."

One of Aguilera's 6.7 million Instagram took a cue from her idol and cleverly replied, "LOVE YOU QUEEN! We are all trying to stay safe and healthy during this QuaranTina!"

Augilera will not be out of the limelight for much longer though. The pop star will release a new track Loyal Brave True for the upcoming Mulan movie on Mar 25. This comes 22 years after Augilera released Reflection from Disney’s 1998 Mulan soundtrack.

 

 

Source: CNA/yy

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