Christina Aguilera Puts Her ‘Feud’ With Britney Spears To Rest With A Special Invite

No bad blood here!

The alleged feud between Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera is a tale as old as time but, as it turns out, there's no bad blood there at all. Aguilera put whatever drama with Spears existed to rest in a new interview, proving that their relationship might not be the most "Beautiful" one in music history, but it certainly isn't "Toxic."

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Aguilera went on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, and the talk show host asked her if she thought having social media at an early age would have made fame better or worse to deal with. After thinking it through, Aguilera said that while she values privacy, social media would have made handling gossip a breeze.

"Back in the day, whenever people were comparing me to other artists, I would have just loved to squash it before having an interview," Aguilera said, calling the media of that era "the storyteller" for artists because there was no way to directly connect with fans and tell the story for yourself.

Aguilera pretended to be typing on the phone and joked that her plan of attack would have been showing a picture of herself and whatever artist the media said she was feuding with in their pajamas and eating popcorn "or whatever." Kimmel, playing coy, asked who the feudee would have been way back when — leaving Aguilera no option but to mention Spears.

"When I was coming up it was very obvious, you know, me and Britney were definitely … there was the Britney-Christina ... rivalry thing," Aguilera said. "If we had social media back then, we would have probably done a song together and just squashed it."

For what it's worth, we have to side with Kimmel when he mentioned that it's "probably not too late for that" to happen. Aguilera, for one, is into the idea should Spears be up to it.

This isn't the first time we've seen women — specifically female singers — pitted against one other. Back in April 2018, American Idol winners Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood were compared to each other via a poll, and both took on the societal tendency to have them compete. They — like Aguilera with this Spears non-drama — are challenging that lazy stereotype and it's music to our ears.

(H/T: HelloGiggles)

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