Christina Aguilera Soars With Performance Of “Beautiful” During ‘Verizon’s Big Concert’

Christina Aguilera soars with “Beautiful” performance during Verizon’s Big Concert on Sunday (Feb. 7). The singer also performed a mesmerizing showcase of her early 2000’s Latin song, “Pero me acuerdo de ti.”

The stunning performance found Aguilera putting her powerhouse vocals on full display in support of small businesses. The singer looked and sounded incredible, donning a blue jumpsuit, white heels and platinum blonde hair.

The superstar’s performance paid tribute to a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania vinyl store, Attic Records. A store that Aguilera says allowed her to become inspired and find songs to sing.

“When I was little, my mom and my grandma used to take me to Attic Records in Pittsburgh,” Aguilera shared. “where we would spends hours sifting through old vinyls to find songs for me to sing and perform. It’s where my musical education was born and where I fell in love with the greats, that still inspired me today. It’s so important that we support small businesses like Attic Records during these trying times, we have to keep these hidden gems in our communities alive, love you grandma.”

Watch Aguilera’s full performance below.

Join our $10 million commitment to small businesses with a donation of your own. By using #BigConcertSmallBiz viewers can tag their favorite small businesses or text SMALLBIZ to 20222 to make a one-time donation of $10 to Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC).

Verizon’s Big Concert also featured performances from Luke Bryan, Alicia Keys, Brandi Carlile, Christina Aguilera, Eric Church, H.E.R., Jazmine Sullivan, Miley Cyrus and Brittany Howard.

Hosted by Tiffany Haddish, Verizon’s Big Concert for Small Business aired on Sunday (Feb. 7) on Verizon’s Twitter, TikTok, Twitch and YouTube at 11 p.m. EST, following Super Bowl LV.

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