Christina Aguilera reunites with Mya and Hulks out with a very adult accessory at L.A. Pride
Christina Aguilera and Mya came through with the money and the garter belts for a special reunion performance of their No. 1, Grammy-winning hit "Lady Marmalade" during Xtina's set at L.A. Pride on Saturday.
Originally made legendary in 1974 by the funk glam group LaBelle (fronted by one Miss Patti LaBelle) "Lady Marmalade" got a new life in 2001 thanks to a cover by Mya, Aguilera, Pink, and Lil' Kim, produced by Missy Elliott for the Moulin Rouge soundtrack.
The audience went wild when the "Case of the Ex" singer joined Xtina on stage for the performance, though that wasn't the only surprise the Pride headliner had up her sequined sleeve.
Earlier, Aguilera brought out Kim Petras for a performance of her Bionic-era (#JusticeForBionic) track "XXX," with the elder pop diva sporting a glittery strap-on. Meanwhile, Paris Hilton strapped on her DJ high-ponytail to spin a set and turn in a performance of her lowkey masterpiece "Stars are Blind."
Hilton and Mya then joined Aguilera onstage for a buoyant rendition of her should-be classic "Let There Be Love" off her Lotus album.
"Being an LGBTQ+ ally is not something that's short-lived. It's in my DNA," Aguilera told PEOPLE ahead of her headlining gig at L.A. Pride. "There's nothing like performing for my LGBTQ+ fans. I feel safe with them to express myself however I want, whether it be through a huge ballad or something super sensual because they appreciate it all. I get to be as colorful and loud as I want to be. They're my people."