Christina Aguilera is hands down one of the most talented singers in the music industry. Yet in recent years, dwindling album sales, an arrest and her shifting weight has garnered more attention than her vocal abilities.

Her role as a judge on “The Voice” no doubt revived the public’s interest in her, but it by no means restored her status as a beloved pop star.

Now it seems that the Grammy-winner is attempting to kick start a return to favor by reaching out to her fans and thanking them for their unwavering support.

In a letter titled “From My Heart to Yours…Let There Be Love,” which she posted on her official website, the 32-year-old expresses her gratitude for her fans and provided them with eye-rolling advice on how to live a life of greatness.

If you ask us, it’s a rather bizarre post that goes off on unnecessary tangents that could fill a novel.

“I wanted to reach out to my fans out there that continuously support me and have my back relentlessly throughout the years,” she posted. “I am so grateful and fortunate for your dedication. Your time & devotion. Your kindness and understanding. Your patience and compassion.

“It has been a tremendous gift to have been able to share my work on such a large scale with all of you around the world who have supported and appreciated my efforts through all I’ve worked tirelessly in accomplishing, for so many years now,” she added. “Your strength encourages me to continue digging deep and searching within myself to openly offer my heart & soul to you.”

“Thank you for listening to my words. Opening your hearts. Giving back love. Seeing beneath the surface. Searching for the truth. Digging deep. Within yourselves & within your minds. Feeling and sharing with me your own stories, your own life struggles…,” the ‘Your Body’ singer continued. “You’re my inspiration and a constant reminder why I continue to give my very best and open up my heart and mind so vulnerably to you and with the best of intentions.”

The curvy blonde went on to advise fans on how to be fearlessness and honest.

“Be fearless in owning who you are. No matter what,” she says. “You have to put yourself out there and take risks. Sink or swim. You have to give things a try. Provoke thought. Speak from your heart. Live in the moment. Experience and discover the growth within yourself that challenges in live give you. And appreciate that gift that’s only given through times of struggle and hardship.”

All of it sounds like a drug-induced haze of “I love you’s,” especially when she gets to the end of her lengthy letter.

“Feel me in your hearts, as I feel you in mine. Together we brightly shine. We stand the test of time. Always have, always will.”

Someone needs to tell X-tina that she’s a pop star in need of a comeback, and not a spiritual adviser.