This week while out in L.A. promoting her upcoming NBC show “The Voice,” Christina Aguilera finally opened up about dealing with the pitfalls of fame after her highly publicized arrest just two weeks ago.
“We’re only able to be seen through the microscope of the media and what people gossip about,” Aguilera, 30, told UsMagazine.com during her first public appearance since the headline grabbing arrest.
“You take the good with the bad. It’s by telling our stories, sharing our experiences and really giving a first hand look at us as human beings [that shows] who we really are apart from what we seem to be.
A lesson the pop diva is eager to pass on to the aspiring superstars she’ll be judging/mentoring on the show.
“I am ready to share it all so I’m really excited,” she gushed. “I hope we can find the next biggest thing. But I’m not looking for vocal acrobatics. I really sincerely want to be moved by raw talent.”
Isn’t it ironic that someone who flubbed the national anthem during the world’s largest televised event somehow managed to snag a gig judging others on a singing competition?