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On "Ellen," Christina Addresses Hillary Clinton Cleavage Controversy, Explains "Voice" Fan

Image courtesy of Paul J. Richards/AFP/GettyImages (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Paul J. Richards/AFP/GettyImages (via ABC News Radio)

Back in October, Christina Aguilera attended the 11th annual George McGovern Leadership Award ceremony, where she was an honoree for her work fighting hunger worldwide.  But the headline that came out of the event was a strange photo that showed Christina posing with the woman who was honoring her, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton . 

In the photo, Clinton appears to be staring at Christina's ample boobs, and her gaze is so intense that the picture looks fake.  Christina set the record straight during an appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show on Friday, though: yeah, that happened.

"It kind of looks like it was Photoshopped, but it's not," Christina told Ellen DeGeneres , as the audience cracked up.  "It was a real moment."  When Ellen asked Christina if she could feel Clinton "gazing down on your 'breastesess'," Christina replied, "She's such, like, a force in the room.  She's got that star charisma and everything about her.  I just couldn't take my eyes off HER, either, so it was mutual."

Christina also spoke about feeling more comfortable as a coach on The Voice, now that they're into the third season.  Talking about having a good time on set, Christina said, "I'm sitting right next to Blake [Shelton]the whole time, so how can I not laugh?  Between him and Cee Lo with his gas over there..." 

When Ellen noted that Christina had probably just given us T.M.I. about Cee Lo, she laughed and said, referring to the accessory that she's been waving around all this season on the reality show, "That's why I have the fan, you know!"

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