Christina Aguilera's Comforting Spouse10 May 2010
Christina Aguilera fell in love with husband Jordan Bratman because of his ''essence of comfort''.
Christina Aguilera's Comforting Spouse
Christina Aguilera loves the "comfort" her husband gives her.
The 'Ain't No Other Man' singer - who has two-year-old son Max with spouse Jordan Bratman - admits she fell in love with the music executive because he makes her feel secure and at ease with herself.
She said: "Jordan is just that guy that walks into a room and he can really make me smile. That's how I started falling in love with him. He just had this essence of comfort. He is and continues to be my biggest fan, and just such a number one supporter. He's a great man. I'm lucky to have him."
The singer - who recently filmed her movie debut opposite Cher in 'Burlesque' - also insists she will never tone down her raunchy image for the sake of her son because she views her professional and home lives as two separate entities.
She explained: "There's two different hats for me. Sexuality to me, it's really nothing to be ashamed of. I feel like there's so many labels put upon women. Everyone has their own comfort zone with what that means for them.
"Being a mum and being an artist that expresses myself are two very different things for me, they're two very different hats that I wear. Do I lessen anything because
I'm either married or have a child? No. Because it's all about self-expression and being an artist. It's so important to me. I'm not just a singer. I'm an artist who gets visually inspired and collects art."
Despite her relaxed attitude to her image, Christina acknowledges that Max will eventually ask her questions about it and claims she is looking forward to hearing his views.
She added: "Eventually he's going to get to that age where he's going to have his own opinions about it, and I'll be open to hearing them. And he's going to hear the reasons why I chose to do the things that I did. And I take pride in that. What does Ozzy Osbourne say when he explains to his kids eating the heads off bats?"