Christina Aguilera Isn’t Afraid to Get on the Back of a Motorcycle
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Christina Aguilera Isn’t Afraid to Get on the Back of a Motorcycle

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Cam Gigandet

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Texting while waiting for the star to show up.
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Christina Aguilera

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Aguilera rolls deep.
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Cam Gigandet

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Still waiting. Maybe he's buying a new app.
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Gigandet and Aguilera

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And she's here!
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Gigandet and Aguilera

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Clearly, Aguilera's as bummed as we are that Stanley Tucci's not in this scene.

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