Christina Aguilera shows off her seductive figure in a figure-hugging sequined bodysuit as she headlines NYC’s Pride Island concert, leaving fans hot-faced.

Christina Aguilera puts on a racy display in a figure-hugging sequined bodysuit as she headlines NYC’s Pride Island concert

Christina Aguilera left little to the imagination on Sunday night when she capped off New York City’s celebratory Pride Island concert.

The 42-year-old songstress showcased her impressive curves in a figure-hugging bodysuit as she ran through several of her hit songs for the adoring crowd.

The revealing look was perfectly suited to the occasion, as the sheer ensemble was decorated with rainbow-colored sequins that glittered on stage.

When she stepped out on stage, she also was covered up with a lustrous black vinyl duster, and she covered her face with oversize black sunglasses dotted with large white pearls over her eyes.

‘What the f*** is up, New York Pride!’ Xtina — who was spotted before the show taking selfies with fans from her car — shouted to the audience as she took to the stage, according to Billboard.

Blowing off the roof: Christina Aguilera, 42, left little to the imagination on Sunday night when she capped off New York City's celebratory Pride Island concert

Stunner: The songstress showcased her impressive curve in a figure-hugging bodysuit as she ran through several of her hit songs for the adoring crowd

Nailed it: The revealing look was perfectly suited to the occasion, as the sheer ensemble was decorated with rainbow-colored sequins that glittered on stage

The first song of the evening was a remixed version of Your Body, marking the first time she had played the song since 2021.

Other popular tunes in her setlist included her breakout hit Genie In A Bottle, along with Come On Over (All I Want Is You), What A Girl Wants, Dirrty and her ballad Beautiful.

During the latter song, she had a projected backdrop with social media posts and news article headlines illustrating how social media can negatively impact young people’s concept of body image.

She also looked back on her Lady Marmalade single from Baz Luhrman’s Moulin Rogue! musical.

The diva, who was rumored to have feuded with Pink during the recording of the song, which also featured Mya and Lil’ Kim, left that behind thanks to a new collaborator filling in for the other three women: Adam Lambert.

The former American Idol competitor complemented Christina’s glowing bodysuit with a lustrous green-and-black leopard-print shirt that he left half unbuttoned to showcase his muscular chest.

He paired it with black leather bellbottoms and added more color to the ensemble with his spiky violet hair and striking green eyeshadow.

She had another collaborator in Ian Axel of A Great Big World, who came out on stage for a moving version of their duet Say Something from 2013.

Suited up: When she stepped out on stage, she also was covered up with a lustrous black vinyl duster, and she covered her face with oversize black sunglasses dotted with large white pearls over her eyes

Getting the party started: 'What the f*** is up, New York Pride!' Xtina shouted to the audience as she took to the stage, according to Billboard

Playing the hits: She also looked back on her Lady Marmalade single from Baz Luhrman's Moulin Rogue! musical

New face: The diva, who was rumored to have feuded with Pink during the recording of the song, left that behind thanks to a new collaborator filling in for the other three women: Adam Lambert

Seeing green: The former American Idol competitor complemented Christina's glowing bodysuit with a lustrous green-and-black leopard-print shirt that he left half unbuttoned to showcase his muscular chest

Going all out: He paired it with black leather bellbottoms and added more color to the ensemble with his spiky violet hair and striking green eyeshadow

‘There’s times where we’re looking for answers and looking for hope. There’s a lot of bleak things out there right now. We are here tonight and we stand in unison to be free to be ourselves,’ she told the crowd before they began the song.

‘Sometimes we have to remember to stay hopeful and wish others well even in the darkest times. So let’s put well wishes into the world. Here’s hoping for a beautiful future,’ she added.

Elsewhere in the show she looked back on how far she had come since the start of her whirlwind career.

‘It has been such a long and beautiful journey in my career, and I feel like I’ve come full circle today at this point,’ she said while grinning from ear to ear. ‘Thank you guys so much for giving me everything a girl could have asked for… I want to give everything back to you at this point — you deserve all of it and more.’

Aside from her heartfelt comments to the audience, Christina was clearly looking to turn the Pride Island celebration into a big party.

But she couldn’t ignore recent waves of anti-LGBTQ discrimination across the US, as well as a string of laws in the South and Midwest targeting transgender youths, and even some adults.

Ahead of a performance of 2002’s Fighter, the penultimate song of the show, the Voice coach paused to let the screen behind her fill up with news article headlines detailing protests against queer people and laws critics have said target them.

‘One thing about us — we never quit. We never stop raising our voices,’ she shouted to the crowd before launching into the song.

Revived: The first song of the evening was a remixed version of Your Body, marking the first time she had played the song since 2021

The hits: Other tunes included her breakout hit Genie In A Bottle, along with Come On Over, What A Girl Wants, Dirrty and Beautiful

Serious: During the latter song, she had a projected backdrop with social media posts and headlines illustrating how social media can negatively impact young people's concept of body image

While she belted out the tune, the screen behind her included uplifting messages, including, ‘We must fight,’ and ‘You are not a crime.’

After the successful set, she capped it off with a performance of a shortened version of Let There Be Love, from her 2012 album Lotus.

She was backed by a row backup dancers in ‘I ❤️ NY’ shirts as she closed out her show.

Despite going all out for the show, Christina was still ready for some more fun afterward.

She was spotted later on Sunday night as she arrived DOM New York, a speakeasy-style bar in Manhattan.

The afterparty also featured food from Novitá, a local Northern Italian restaurant.

Christina showed off an infectious smile as she stepped out of her car and walked up to the bar.

She had her long blond hair styled in three thick pigtails cascading down her shoulders, and she looked too cool for school in a baggy black leather jacket.

She complemented it with a tiny black alligator handbag, but she added plenty of color to the ensemble with a bodysuit covered in abstract splotches of pink, purple, green and yellow.

The performer completed her look with an intriguing pair of rectangular black sunglasses.

Afterparty: She was spotted later on Sunday night as she arrived DOM New York, a speakeasy-style bar in Manhattan

Stunner: She had her long blond hair styled in three thick pigtails cascading down her shoulders, and she looked too cool for school in a baggy black leather jacket

Standing out: She also rocked a colorful bodysuit

Time to go: Earlier in the day, Christina was spotted leaving the Greenwich Hotel in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood

Covered up: She rocked her lustrous black vinyl coat

Reused: It appeared to be the same one that she opened her performance with

Back in black: She dressed down ahead of the performance with a figure-hugging leotard that she wore tucked into matching black pants

History: Even before headlining Pride Island, Christina has long been an LGBTQ ally

Honored: In March, she accepted the GLAAD Advocate for Change Award

Sweet: Christina showed herself to be a gracious performer, as she stopped to sign autographs and memorabilia for the crowd assembled outside the hotel to catch a glimpse of her

Advocate: 'Looking out at this audience I see so many familiar faces and beautiful people and I'm so proud to be in this room with all of you,' she said during her GLAAD acceptance speech, according to People

Speaking out: Last year, she shared an open letter to the LGBTQ community with People

Decades of service: Back in 2002, she even dedicated her song Beautiful to the queer community

Earlier in the day, Christina was spotted leaving the Greenwich Hotel in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood.

She rocked her lustrous black vinyl coat, which appeared to be the same one that she opened her performance with.

She dressed down ahead of the performance with a figure-hugging leotard that she wore tucked into matching black pants.

Christina showed herself to be a gracious performer, as she stopped to sign autographs and memorabilia for the crowd assembled outside the hotel to catch a glimpse of her.

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