The remix features the exact same melody as the original song, but all the lyrics are changed to reference food instead of a man, as Christina rewrote the song.. She approached hip hop producer Rockwilder , who had worked with her on " Lady Marmalade ", and suggested recording a song in the vein of Redman 's hip hop song " Let's Get Dirty I Can't Get in da Club ". Her go-tos are films that are "mood-driven and inspiring," she says, movies like Frida, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? The video proceeds to a scene of Aguilera and back-up dancers splashing and dancing while being sprayed with water in a room. She says every one of her albums allowed her to venture off in a different direction and explore a different side of herself. Christina is really dating herself with these pics, for they were clearly taken long before the smartphone era on a device known as a Polaroid camera. Anyone who has followed Aguilera's career has been aware of her comedic prowess for years. Aguilera's vocal range on the track spans F3 to F 5. In January, when impatient fans inquired about a new album — which would be her first since 's Lotus — via a hilarious handwritten note on her Walk of Fame star, she sent a sassy Insta-story response "It's coming bitches". A masked woman is lowered into the ring, and the two engage in foxy boxing. First she got divorced, then she embarrassed herself by butchering the national anthem at the Super Bowl, and then she was arrested for public intoxication for stumbling down the street drunk. OK, I may have been the naked-ass girl in the video, but if you look at it carefully, I'm also at the forefront. Coat by Burberry For some of us, it can be hard to pinpoint when exactly we were done with crushing self-doubt and finally became Cardi B-level cool with being ourselves. When you are bold and open, artistically speaking, in music and in video, a whole bunch of people automatically feel threatened by you, especially in Middle America I think now is the time, more than ever, that we're seeing that in every sense of the word. There are outlets where I feel like I'm good, and that was being onstage, able to exude and release and feel. You can either be, unfortunately, so damaged by it that you take a turn for the worse, or you can feel empowered by it and make choices to never go down that route.