We’d always pegged pop warbler Christina Aguilera as a Mel Ramos fan (at least after photographer David LaChapelle reportedly soured on her), but it turns out that she is joining the likes of Martini & Rossi, Gap, and perfume company Bond no. 9 in taking inspiration from Andy Warhol. In the August issue of Glamour, Aguilera tells writer Laurie Sandell that in her next album, which she has just started and which will be “all about fun,” she’ll “be referencing Pop Art, Andy Warhol’s art. So it will [sound] fun and fast-paced, and visually, it will be full of color, which is how it’s going to tie in with my new fragrance, Inspire.” Aguilera declined to elaborate on the Warhol reference, except to say that the album will also have “a modern element to it that comes from [her] love of Tokyo.”
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