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Christina Aguilera on Hillary Clinton 'gazing down on her breasteses': It was mutual

Updated Dec. 10, 2012 at 1:43 PM

When Ellen DeGeneres confronted singer Christina Aguilera about being 'checked out' by secretary of state Hillary Clinton during a dinner party last October, the singer said the attraction had been mutual.

DeGeneres was referring to the photo, in which Clinton, was captured by the cameras taking an accidental (or not so much) peek at Aguilera's chest during a ceremony where the singer was being honored for her work as a UN World Food Programme Ambassador.

CREDIT: The Ellen Show

After congratulating the star of 'The Voice' for being honored, DeGeneres moved on to the really important questions, "Let's talk about this picture of Hilary Clinton checking you out" she said.

"It kinda looks like it was Photoshoped. But it's not. It was a real moment," the singer replied.

A response that practically begged DeGeneres' next question, "but could you feel her gazing down on your breasteses?"

"She's such a force in a room. She's got that star charisma and everything about her. I couldn't take my eyes off her, either, so it was mutual," Aguilera said. "Is that bad? I don't know. Maybe I shouldn't have said that! I'm so inappropriate".

Aguilera who's been scrutinized about her body since 'Genie in a Bottle' came out in 1999, and to answer DeGeneres questions regarding a possible lack of budget for clothes, made use of the all-eyes-on-her opportunity to address the appearance of her curvaceous naked body on the cover of her new album 'Lotus.'

"I like to be free. Sometimes the less clothing the better. I'm just comfortable in my skin and my body," the songstress said.
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