Friday, May 18, 2012


Songstress Christina Aguilera and reality star Kim Kardashian are no strangers to celebrity smackdowns. Xtina and her powerful voice went head-to-head with her fellow judge Adam Levine on the recently concluded season of "The Voice." Kim, meanwhile, was recently dissed by "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm, when he said that she's an example of how "stupidity is certainly celebrated" in our culture. The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star retorted via Twitter that, "Calling someone who runs their own businesses, is a part of a successful TV show, produces, writes, designs, and creates, 'stupid,' is in my opinion careless." Yikes! Today, however, Kim and Christina take on each other, after both stepped out in the same form-fitting, orange Roland Mouret dress less than one month apart. It's time to decide ... who wore it best!

Xtina, 31, donned her dress first during an episode of "The Voice" on April 3 with some blingy heels and big earrings. The "Not Myself Tonight" singer wrote about her style on her blog: "Our glam look all revolved around the color of my dress. I thought it was fresh and bright and I wanted to be sure my hair and makeup complimented the color rather than clashed with it."

Kim, 31, sported the frock as she attended the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Altitude Edition event in L.A. last month. The reported current lady love of Kanye West, who also wore her locks down, wrote on her blog that she accessorized with Celine cuffs, a Lorraine Schwartz bracelet, and Givenchy heels.

The shape of this dress is an excellent choice for both women, since it really shows off their va-va-voom figures. Christina's look is also fun — love those shoes! — like she's ready to hit the Hollywood party scene! Kim's, on the other hand, is more sophisticated, thanks to simple makeup aside from her lush eyelashes. The choice, then, comes down to color, which is clearly a more flattering shade for one of the women because of her dark hair and complexion. For me, that woman is... Kim. Do you agree?

Source: OMG! (Yahoo!)

Editors Note:
I would have to disagree with you on that one Raechal Leone Shewfelt, Christina rocked the shit out of this dress. You should have seen her in person. Your bitch ass would have been drooling.


  1. Christina should win she looked smokin hot that day and everything looked flawless.Love her shoes to everything haha on the editor's note!!

  2. You guys... I can't live without my Aguilera Online fix, but your editors notes are becoming vicious and bully-like. Xtina would surely love that you stick up for her, but haven't you noticed? She always handles haters with class.... We should be doing the same.

  3. I find this interesting. If you look at the pictures Christina is visibly slimmer than Kim yet Xtina gets called fat all the time and Kim never does. Biased isn't it.

    On a note about the dresses and who wore it better what is the writer thinking? Kim's is clearly too small and is way too tight at the waist. It's very unflattering and her usual curvaceous figure. The tight waist also makes her look very top heavy. On the other hand Xtinas is giving her a smooth, slimline figure. Kim's is lumpy, bumpy and an overall awful fit.

  4. Tonyk - I agree too. This writer was actually kind about her opinion on xtina the only reason she choose Kim in the end was due to the color of the dress. I personally think Xtina looks far better than Kim like I said in my comment above but I would never see the need to viciously attack a writer like the editors did here. They're becoming no better than the critics that bully xtina herself.

  5. I don't know why you guys are getting worked up over the editors note for nothing... They aren't attacking the writer directory you guys are taking term 'bitch ass' out of context.

    I don't think they meant to make it sound vicious.

    Christina takes the cake on this one. Woohoo.

  6. ^ So if if I said when Perez Hilton called Xtina clonetina and all her critics called her fat and a hasbeen that "I don't think they meant to make it sound vicious" or it was taken "out of context" would that justify their words? Would it suddenly make it all ok? No!
    It is irrelevant if the editor didn't mean for it to sound vicious or not the fact is IT IS vicious.

  7. I was at this taping that night when she wore that dress, I'm a girl and that dress in her made me wanna go lesbo -fs