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Christina Aguilera Teases Vegas Residency With Rehearsal of Rare ‘Burlesque’ Song

Singer practices “Guy What Takes Him Time,” from the 2010 musical, ahead of residency’s December 30 launch

Christina Aguilera teased her upcoming Las Vegas residency with a rehearsal video where she performs a song from Burlesque for the first time ever.

In the footage posted on Instagram, the singer practices “Guy What Takes Him Time,” a Linda Perry-penned cut from the soundtrack of the 2010 film, according to Setlist.fm Aguilera has never played live.

As Aguilera noted in the caption, her Vegas residency at the Venetian’s Voltaire venue starts in 10 (now nine) days, on December 30. The residency currently has 10 dates, including a New Year’s Eve gig. As of now, the Voltaire stand concludes on March 2.

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“I look forward to bringing Las Vegas a new show that fuses music, sophistication and art in ways I have never performed before,” Aguilera said of the residency in a statement. “What I love about the intimacy at Voltaire at The Venetian Resort is how up-close-and-personal I can be with the audience… a truly modern twist on the performance experience.”

This marks Aguilera’s second Vegas residency following her 10-month run from from May 2019 to March 2020 at the Zappos Theater. On off nights for Aguilera’s show, the Voltaire will also host Kylie Minogue’s Vegas residency. 

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