NEW YORK, NY. (Top40 Charts/ VH1) - Multi-platinum RCA recording artist Christina Aguilera took Sydney, Australia by storm when her "Back to Basics" world tour hit the Acer Arena for two shows in July 2007. This breathlessly energetic, dazzling live concert spectacular brought the house down-and the cameras were rolling there to catch it all.See Also:
VH1 exclusively presents the U.S. television premiere of, "Christina Aguilera: Back To Basics Tour: Live and Down Under" on Saturday, January 26 at 10PM. The concert will be simulcast on Logo and MHD: Music High Definition. Premiering on VH1, this concert spectacular features incredible songs spanning the four-time Grammy Award-winning superstar's amazing career, including the smash singles "Ain't No Other Man" and "Candyman" off "Back to Basics"; Number One hits "Come on Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" and "What a Girl Wants"; her No. 2 smash "Beautiful," the 2004 Grammy Award winner for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and more.
The one-hour special captures the excitement of this lavish tour, from the unique stage with 3 distinct scenes, more than 600 moving lights and a state- of-the-art hydraulic system, to production incorporating everything from burlesque cabaret to trapeze choreography, fire jugglers, and stilt walkers- but the heart and soul of the show is Christina Aguilera, with her awe- inspiring voice and silver-screen charisma.
To date, Christina Aguilera has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide, scored four Number One singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and has won three Grammy Awards and a Latin Grammy Award. Her third RCA album, Back to Basics, debuted at Number One on four of Billboard's music charts in the United States and also the charts in fifteen other countries including the UK, Canada, Japan, Germany, Australia, Ireland, Switzerland, Austria, Holland, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore and Thailand. In the 50th annual Grammy Awards, Christina Aguilera is nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Candyman," from her album Back to Basics; and for Best Pop Collaboration With Vocal, with the legendary Tony Bennett for their duet on "Steppin' Out With My Baby" from Tony Bennett: An American Classic.
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