STRAPPING YOUNG LAD mainman Devin Townsend is a huge Christina Aguilera fan, and he's not afraid to admit it.
"My fucking favorite new album is Christina's," Townsend revealed to Hartford Advocate. "She's fucking great. And man, I don't care what anybody says. First of all, that music video, it's not a sex video. She doesn't do anything, man — anything. She fucking commands the camera, she can dance, and she can fucking sing any of those other chicks under the table.
"Not only that, but, she's like, 'Britney [Spears], You're going to show some belly? OK. Not only am I going to sing you under the table, I'm going to show off my entire fucking body.' I think that's rad.
"It's like, people are giving her such shit, about the way she dresses," he continued. "But, most of it isn't her. It's her press agents going, 'Now, we'll put her in a G-string.' If you look at that video, purely as an exhibition of her being an artist, dude, she can sing and she can dance — and that's wicked.
"I'd work with her. But I'm sure she'd be insufferable. I mean, as much as I respect her as an artist, it's like, I wouldn't know what to do. I'd be like, 'OK. Do that thing you do, and let's put some metal under it.' If she wanted to sing on a metal record, I'd produce the fuck out of her."
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