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Christina Aguilera: Let Blake & Gwen 'Have Their Happiness'

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Nov. 13 2015, Published 3:02 p.m. ET

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Christina Aguilera looked amazing attending a domestic violence benefit in West Hollywood Thursday, as she gave her take on Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani's newfound romance.

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The bootylicious 34-year-old had nothing but best wishes for her co-stars on NBC's The Voice, urging the public to "let them have their happiness."

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Singer/songwriter Christina Aguilera Raises Awareness About Domestic Violence With Verizon’s HopeLine Program

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The Staten Island-born beauty showed off her amazing smile, clad in a purple top and dress that accentuated her curves.

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Singer/songwriter Christina Aguilera Raises Awareness About Domestic Violence With Verizon’s HopeLine Program

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The Grammy-winner's blonde locks flow in this sexy shot. She said of Gwen & Blake: "They're both great people and divorce is rough."

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Singer/songwriter Christina Aguilera Raises Awareness About Domestic Violence With Verizon’s HopeLine Program

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Aguilera, five years removed from her own divorce to music exec Jordan Bratman, said of her (both newly-divorced) co-stars: "Divorce is hard enough and then to be under a microscope and scrutinized and rumors … it's just a bunch of cr*p."

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Christina Aguilera arrives at the HopeLine from Verizon Event

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The "What A Girl Wants" singer opened up about her own experiences with domestic violence Thursday at the event for Verizon's HopeLine Program. She said she "grew up with domestic violence in my home as a child and witnessed a lot," in seeing her father Fausto abuse her mother.

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Christina Aguilera arrives at the HopeLine from Verizon Event

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Her father Fausto denied the claims in 2002, saying, "I never abused them in any way and they know that … I'm sorry to have ever raised a hand to my wife, but it was never brutal like Ike and Tina Turner."

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Singer/songwriter Christina Aguilera Raises Awareness About Domestic Violence With Verizon’s HopeLine Program

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Aguilera, in a 2009 E! interview, said that she saw "a lot of unpleasant things" growing up, in the form of "a lot of pushing and shoving and fighting and quarreling."

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