Christina Aguilera stuns in a black pantsuit as she and partner Matthew Rutler dine out in Los Angeles
Christina Aguilera looks stylish in a black pantsuit as she enjoys dinner with longtime partner Matthew Rutler in Los Angeles
Christina Aguilera looked stylish as she and her partner stepped out for dinner on Sunday night in Los Angeles.
The 41-year-old crooner stunned in a black pantsuit with a knee-length coat and a green floral top with simple high-heeled sandals.
The beautiful singer styled her long straight blonde locks and wore dark sunglasses as she walked in and out of the restaurant in the Brentwood area.
Stylish: Christina Aguilera looked stylish in a black pantsuit with a knee-length coat as she went to dinner in Los Angeles on Sunday
Grammy winner beau Matthew Rutler, 47, looked dapper in gray jeans and jacket, black t-shirt and gray trainers.
The couple have been engaged since Valentine’s Day 2014, but don’t seem to be in any rush to get married.
The Lady Marmalade singer recently completed a summer series of concerts in Europe where she performed at the Monte Carlo Summer Festival and in London, Liverpool, Brighton and Scarborough, England.
Shades: The beautiful singer styled her long straight blonde locks and wore dark sunglasses as she walked in and out of the restaurant in the Brentwood area
Many of his fans have sung along with the artist Reflection at his sold-out shows, including the songs in Spanish.
The four-octave singer released the video for Suéltame, featuring Tini on her European tour. The song was featured on his album Aguilera, released at the end of May.
Christina is the mother of two adorable children. She shares her eldest, Max, 14, with ex-husband Jordan Bratman. She and Matthew are parents to seven-year-old Summer.
European concerts: The Lady Marmalade singer recently completed a series of concerts in Europe at the Monte Carlo Summer Festival and in London, Liverpool, Brighton and Scarborough, England
Singer Dirrty doesn’t share much of her personal life on social media, choosing instead to focus on business.
In a July interview with Rolling Stone about her masterclass in how to elevate your singing and stage presence, the Santo singer addressed her less is more approach.
“Because I also grew up in a generation where privacy is valued to the max, and they don’t share too much on social media or post too much content, they know that when I’m talking or posting something, it is something that I fully appreciate and believe in.’
Master Class: The four-octave singer is currently teaching an online Master Class on how to elevate your singing and stage presence