101 Facts About Christina Aguilera

1. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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2. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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3. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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4. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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5. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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6. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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7. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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8. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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9. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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10. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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11. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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12. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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13. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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14. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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15. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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16. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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17. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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18. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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19. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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20. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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21. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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22. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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23. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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24. Christina Aguilera said he wouldn't let her sing with him, and she even called him out in her concert at the Saenger Theater.

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25. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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26. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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27. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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28. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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29. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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30. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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31. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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32. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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33. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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34. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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35. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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36. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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37. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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38. Christina Aguilera will headline The Xperience, a 16-date concert residency taking place at the Zappos Theater in Las Vegas.

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39. Christina Aguilera released her eighth studio album, Liberation, on June 15, 2018.

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40. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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41. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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42. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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43. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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44. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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45. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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46. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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47. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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48. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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49. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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50. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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51. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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52. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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53. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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54. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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55. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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56. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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57. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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58. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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59. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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60. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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61. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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62. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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63. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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64. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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65. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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66. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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67. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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68. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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69. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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70. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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71. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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72. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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73. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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74. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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75. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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76. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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77. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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78. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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79. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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80. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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81. In January 2008, Christina Aguilera gave birth to their first child, a son.

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82. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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83. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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84. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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85. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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86. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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87. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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88. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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89. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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90. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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91. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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92. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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93. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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94. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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95. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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96. In 1994 Christina Aguilera moved to Japan, recording a duet, "All I Wanna Do", with Japanese pop star Keizo Nakanishi.

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97. Christina Aguilera made it through the audition with a rendition of "The Greatest Love of All", which she performed on the show.

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98. Christina Aguilera performed the song "Reflection" for Disney's animated film Mulan.

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99. Christina Aguilera credits Madonna and Janet Jackson as two biggest inspirations for her image, "for being re-inventive and being brave as strong females, to explore whatever, even if they do get bad press.

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100. Christina Aguilera partnered with mainstream producers including Shellback and Max Martin during production of Lotus; when discussing her interactions with the latter, she commented that "He's known about me but we haven't crossed paths", adding "Those records were the kind I wanted to stray apart from.

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101. In 2001 Christina Aguilera collaborated with fellow singers Pink, Mya, and Lil' Kim on a popular cover version of LaBelle's 1974 funk classic "Lady Marmalade.

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