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Video: Pregnant Christina Aguilera Performs at Jazz Festival

May 5, 2014 (4:12 am) GMT
The singer, who's pregnant with her first child with fiance Matt Rutler, performs 'Lady Marmalade', 'Say Something' and 'Beautiful' among others at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Fest.

Pregnancy couldn't stop from working. The singer, who's currently expecting her first child with fiance Matt Rutler, made her first appearance at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on Friday, May 2 and made sure she delivered something special for fans.

The 33-year-old star proudly showed off her growing baby bump in a little black dress that she teamed with black fishnet tights and a white cardigan. She looked so happy as she energetically performed some of her hits.

During the more-than-an-hour set, Aguilera performed "Lady Marmalade", "Ain't No Other Man", "Candyman", "Dirrty", "Beautiful" and "What a Girl Wants" among others. She brought out 's Ian Axel for their collaboration, "Say Something".

Aguilera also covered several songs, including 's "Moves Like Jagger", 's "Whole Lotta Love", 's "The Thrill Is Gone", 's "It's a Man's World" and ' "At Last".

On the next day of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and his The E Street Band graced the stage and performed hits like "Hungry Heart", "Mary Don't You Weep" and "Wrecking Ball" during their three-hour set.

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