Christina Aguilera to get a documentary about her life
It is directed by Ting Poo and there is no release date yet, according a recent announcement from La Opinión of Los Angeles.
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An upcoming documentary on the life of Ecuadorian-American singer Christina Aguilera by Roc Nation and TIME Studios will address the singer's professional and personal life. Aguilera, whose father is Ecuadorian, was born in 1980 in Staten Island, New York, and showed signs of her talent from a very young age.
Ting Poo, who last year premiered the documentary Val, about actor Val Kilmer, according to La Opinión, said that "Christina Aguilera is one of the most iconic artists of our time, whose music has inspired millions of people around the world. It is truly an honor to tell the story of the person behind the music, because I know she inspires just as much."
In turn, according to the same outlet, Lori York, spokesperson for Roc Nation, called Aguilera "a true icon, a beacon of never-ending authenticity."
"As a young artist she broke the rules and blazed trails for future voices," York continued.
Part of the input for the documentary will be interviews that have been conducted with Aguilera for more than 20 years.