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Submitted by Pozzle 1261d ago | video

Christina Aguilera Loves Classic Gaming

'The Voice' judge Christina Aguilera loves classic video games. It is incredibly interesting to picture her enjoying this type of entertainment. The Genie in a Bottle singer revealed her passion to Jimmy Kimmel last week.

At her house, the singer has both Donkey Kong and Galaga in her video game collection. When her friends visit, they try to push her out of the top scorer's spot, which is a fairly normal thing that nearly anybody would do. She admitted that this brings out her competitive side.

Since Christina Aguilera loves gaming so much, perhaps she should consider becoming involved in them in some way. She could have her own game, or perhaps she could be involved in a gaming competition. (Culture, Donkey Kong , Galaga, Retro, Super Mario Bros.)

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Tzuno  +   1260d ago
someone is obsessed with this chick.

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