Christina Aguilera is on her way to Australia for the first time in 15 years for her highly anticipated Melbourne show.
The pop icon, 42, is heading Down Under for the one-off concert at Flemington Racecourse as part of the Victorian Government’s 17-day ‘statewide celebration of contemporary live music’.
On Monday, the Candyman hitmaker was at Los Angeles International Airport to board her flight.
The blonde beauty wore a maroon leather trench coat paired with an all-black ensemble — including a black leather belt and heeled boots.
She accessoried with a pair of futuristic sunglᴀsses and silver jewellery while sporting a very unique handbag.
As part of her new brand ambᴀssadorship for Menulog, Christina stepped out with a custom-made Australian Menulog designer delivery bag.
‘I’m so excited to come back to Australia and perform after 15 years,’ Christina said.
‘I’m also excited to be carrying a very special custom-made Menulog bag that the team surprised me with, created by Australian designer: by Weave Collection. See you all soon!’
The six-time Grammy winner will light up the open-air stage at Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse on Saturday, November 25.
The trip also marks two decades since she released of her pop masterpiece Stripped.
Joining the singer will be Swedish DJ sensation Eric Prydz, who is ready to get the crowd pumping with his beats at the city’s Always Live fest.
The government-sponsored musical bash, now in its second year, is set to be bigger and better.
Whether it’s jam-packed stadiums, intimate pubs, or swanky rooftops, there’s something for every music lover.
Adding to the excitement, First Nations’ musical activists will be headlined by King Stingray at the Arts Centre Melbourne on December 1.
And it’s not just international acts stealing the show; local gems like Tones and I, Illy, and Amy Shark are gearing up to belt out their hits.
From November 24 to December 10, more than 165 artists will rock out at over 60 sizzling events across Melbourne and beyond.
The 17-day live music program takes place across Victoria, will include performances by UK singer Jessie Ware, and A.B. Original.
Melbourne-based rock band Amyl and the Sniffers, UK-Indian musician Jai Paul and Peter Garrett are among the 60+ events scheduled to take place.
The full list of performances can be found at alwayslive.com.au.