Why does Christina Aguilera look flatchested?

Why does Christina Aguilera (Burlesque) look flatchested? Back in 2006, she had large breasts that many suspected to be breast implants. Then, she had a baby and her breasts looked like mini boulders. Now, this month, she is as flat chested as she appeared in 1998 signing on a Disney soundtrack. What happened? Did she have her breast implants removed? Has she realized that looks aren’t everything?



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November 16, 2008 · webmistress · 95 Comments
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  1. Sara - November 16, 2008

    her boobs are saggy because she stopped breastfeeding. happens to the best of us, but i would think that the beautiful Xtina would pull those girls up with a great bra.

  2. mytwocents - November 16, 2008

    Somehow I think this girl is too vain to realize that looks aren’t everything. I know women who’ve lost their boobs to breastfeeding, so maybe that’s what’s going on with her. If that’s the case, eventually she’ll have herself a set of them porn-boobs. Then there’s the slim possibility she had them removed for some reason. Whatever is going on, in time we’ll “see” the changing results.

  3. Jamie - November 16, 2008

    She looks so much better being natural. After her baby, and she was shown everywhere, with her shirt opened, she looked ridiculous. Stay real Christina.

  4. Chicaurbana - November 16, 2008

    I think that she only stopped breastfeeding her baby. Breasts get smaller when you stop breastfeeding. And of course, that neckline is not very flattering, she should wear a bra.

  5. Julie - November 16, 2008

    she had a baby and has stopped breastfeeding. She’s drying up and shrinking .

  6. kate - November 16, 2008

    wow, i believe she did have breast implants. but she’s been everywhere lately, so how could’ve she gotten them taken out?! haha.

  7. kate - November 16, 2008

    ps. off topic- her make-up choices are horrible! purple/pink blush?!

  8. jm - November 17, 2008

    She’s finished breast-feeding, which reduced the size. Now her breasts are back to their usual weird implant shape. They hang low and off to the sides, and that dress just doesn’t do much to help them. They are hideous.

  9. R - November 17, 2008

    She probably quit breast-feeding and her boobs shrunk.

  10. Jordan - November 17, 2008

    It doesn’t look like she had implants at all before the baby. No implants, to breastfeeding, to saggy post-baby boobs. Kids RUIN your body. RUIN IT.

  11. Denny - November 17, 2008

    I am more curious why she goes out of her way to look extreme, over-made up, and butt ugly.

  12. Suzanne - November 17, 2008

    I like it. She looks good. Maybe she had a lift done after the baby and had those stupid fake implants taken out. She looks more natural than ever. She belongs on Good Plastic Surgery with this improvement.

  13. Sue - November 18, 2008

    It looks like she was breastfeeding at some point, likely in the 2nd picture from 2/08. She looks smaller because she has probably weaned her son and after having been pregnant, she is sagging some.

  14. Peter - November 18, 2008

    No, she’s not flatchested. You just looked at a strange picture. As of Friday, she looks like this: http://www.hollywoodtuna.com/photo.php?id=christina_aguilera_see_dr_night_3_big&title=Christina%20Aguilera%20Pictures

    You can clearly see a very large bra underneath suggesting that she’s not even close to being flatchested.

  15. CK - November 19, 2008

    That center pic looks very odd, though. Women with large, natural breasts push them up with a bra they almost without exception will have some cleavage, not a gully between the breasts.

  16. Del - November 19, 2008

    Peter: not flat, but still pretty damned far from that rather nasty look of early 2008. That “very large” bra looks pretty much something anyone needing a little support would wear.

  17. California resident - November 19, 2008

    It’s typical for breasts to shrink when you stop breastfeeding. Most women end up flatter than before pregnancy.

  18. jay - November 21, 2008

    She definitely got her implants out. And she’s not really flatchested. Her implants never hung to the sides, but rather, had weird bulging characteristic.

  19. BlossomEndRot - November 22, 2008

    She was completely flat chested in her early career then got implants. It’s kind of creepy that she was breastfeeding her precious baby with a twist of silicone…it sweats out of the envelope. Ugh.

  20. Heather - November 23, 2008

    I concur with everyone else who has cited breastfeeding.

    The first ones are firm pre-baby boobs, the middle ones are chock-full-o-milk nursing boobs, and the third is what happens when you stop nursing and forget to throw on a miracle bra. Add in her post baby weight loss – you’ve got those boobs. The texture and density of your breast tissue is very different post-breastfeeding. Very.

    Normal.

  21. Lori - November 24, 2008

    I think it’s because her implants are placed really far apart. If she’s wearing a bra to push them together, they look huge. If she doesn’t, they’re so far to the sides you barely see cleavage. You’d think with all of her money she could have gone to a decent plastic surgeon.

  22. in - November 24, 2008

    She did have breast implants before..it’s obvious, her boobs weren’t big before but during her Stripped days her chest became huge. Regardless, I still love her because she’s so talented. And when she breastfed, her boobs looked way ridiculous due to the implants, they look scary. It seems she took out her implants in the picture..maybe, and I hope so, because she was perfectly fine during her genie in a bottle days.

  23. Isa - November 26, 2008

    Well, I think she was just not wearing a nice pushp up bra. Of course big titties look like this then. It’s natural and gravity is a strooooong power *lol* … Trust me, if you see another picture of her with a nice bra her bust area will look the same as it did e.g. in 2006….

  24. Jen - December 3, 2008

    Give a girl a break! Breastfeeding isn’t easy to keep up for so long and it does stretch out the breasts. First, mommas are criticized for not breastfeeding then criticized for the way their boobs look if they do breastfeed.

  25. Michelle - December 5, 2008

    This looks a little weird as well.

    http://movies.msn.com/movies/weekinphotos/?photoidx=11

  26. KM - December 15, 2008

    I seem to recall that pretty damn well every one knew she had implants before. That’s no major revelation by this site.

  27. Red blooded male - December 19, 2008

    Go on Christine have pair of real whoppers fitted. You will look even more stunning than you did with the smaller ones in before the birth of your baby. I think the makeup is also gorgeous, keep it up.
    With or without it you are one of the prettiest women on the planet.

  28. Brittnay - December 19, 2008

    my comments on this being that I have not read all the other readers comments so I dont know if this had been siad b4. In my opinion, in the 1st pictures she has on one of those half bra no strap that pushes you up with you are wearing those type of dresses or shirts, things you can kinda see the imprint of it under the silver. In the 2nd picture she is swollen plus maybe a tight bra I can tell this by the vein showing that blue. In the 3rd picture is of course after her baby so that could have play some role but another reason she looks smaller might also be not have on a bra and loss a few lbs. but again thats just my opinion.

  29. Sharon - December 30, 2008

    Thank you for information! :)

  30. Linda - January 2, 2009

    I think breastfeeding made her boobs bigger, but in the middle pic, she’s also CLEARLY wearing a killer push-up bra. In the picture to the right, she’s braless. Put her in the same push-up bra in the last picture and her boobs wouldn’t look that different from the middle pic.

  31. Vanessa - January 5, 2009

    If she breast feeded it is normal to her breasts look like they are flat.

  32. JLowe - January 8, 2009

    she clearly stopped breastfeeding – my boobs went from an a cup to a d when i breastfed….now, my kids are 7 & 5 and I’m an a again….

  33. elena - January 15, 2009

    in 2007 she had a reduction done, then she got pregnant and breastfed her child, now she is done and they shrunk.

  34. sdfsdf - January 18, 2009

    It’s called breastfeeding.

  35. nina - March 28, 2009

    She definitely had implants, everybody could see, it was OBVISOUS, because her breast alwasy looked fake.
    Then she breastfeeded, and her fake breast get bigger (of course) and no her “own breast tissue” (over the implant) shrinked owing to breastfeeding, and thats why she looks like she do.

  36. dfg - April 3, 2009

    shes not flatchested in that picture, if you were smart enough to look at the angle and oh, maybe the fact that she’s not wearing a bra, you would see that her boobs are about the same size, with no lift.

  37. Kelly - July 24, 2009

    she is talentless so why does it matter?

  38. Msmochachina - September 14, 2009

    I guess I am the only one whom think her boobs look the same size as in the first pic. I think she is not trying to show them off, instead she is trying to dress down. If we want our brasts to get attention, we know what bras and cuts of clothing to wear.

  39. Jill - October 26, 2009

    A mess to look at and even worse to listen to

  40. dude - January 26, 2010

    thats what happens when you breastfeed duh :S

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