RADARONLINE STYLE SPOTLIGHT: Christina Aguilera’s Week Of Crazy Couture

By Radar Staff

As speculation builds that Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick are getting ready to say "I do," a new report claims that it may not be love that is the deciding factor behind a trip down the aisle, but money!

As RadarOnline.com was first to report, Disick was spotted shopping for a huge diamond engagement ring at Levinson Jewelers in Fort Lauderdale, Florida last week, and a source told Radar: "Scott and his friend looked at a whole selection of amazing rings, all diamond, all different cuts, sizes, settings; he certainly is taking his time and wants to make the right purchase."

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Christina Aguilera dropped her new album, Bionic, this week, and the sassy singer hasn’t rested for a second! From the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday to a sexy performance on The Today Show on Tuesday in NYC, Christina’s jaw-dropping fashions have everyone talking!

PHOTOS: Christina Aguilera’s Week Of Crazy Couture

At the MTV Movie Awards the blonde beauty hit the red carpet in an Atelier Versace gown, which had a truly S&M feel to it. From the bandaged bodice, which exposed her taut belly, to the heavy, chain detail, to the asymmetrically hemmed skirt constructed out of fringed plastic, she sported one of the most notable looks of the evening. She topped the look off later on in the evening, wearing a bodysuit, which featured a flashing heart over her private parts.

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Moving on to NYC, Christina stepped out in duds from Alexander McQueen’s Resort 2010 collection. Spotted outside of her hotel, the big-haired bombshell rocked printed spandex pants from the designers edgy collection, hitting The Today Show later on, wearing a lip-printed tank, also by McQueen, with embellished tights and sporting underwear as outerwear!

What was her craziest look? Check out the gallery in Style and let us know what you think!

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