Christina Aguilera is an American singer and actress who rose to fame in 1998 when she sang the theme song, “Reflection” for Disney’s Mulan. After working with Disney, Aguilera signed with RCA and released her self-titled debut album, which debuted on the Billboard 100 in the No. 1 spot and featured hits such as “Genie In A Bottle” and “What A Girl Wants.” In 2002, Christina released Stripped, which earned her a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for “Beautiful.” Christina has received five Grammy awards, one Latin Grammy award, and a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. She has since had a prolific singing career and was a singing coach on The Voice. Christina has two children, a son named Max with ex-husband Jordan Bratman and a daughter, Summer Rain, with film producer Matt Rutler.