In news for us '90s kids, our favorite blonde popstar is getting her own documentary. And no, it's not Britney. Christina Aguilera is allowing cameras into life for an intimate look at her life and career. And TBH, we're so ready to learn all the dirrty details.
According to Rolling Stone, the documentary will be produced by TIME studios and Roc Nation. It will also be directed by the visionary behind the Val Kilmer documentary Val, director Ting Poo.
"Christina Aguilera is one of the most iconic artists of our time, whose music has inspired millions of people around the world,” the director told the news outlet in a statement. “I am truly honored to tell the story of the person behind the music because I know it will equally inspire.”
Rolling Stone also reports that the documentary will feature archival footage from Aguilera's career, as well as footage from the last 18 months of the pop icon's life. The movie will hopefully allow the musician to share all of her career-defining moments, and explore her transition from a Disney star, to a teen popstar, to an adult musician and mother.
Roc Nation’s EVP of TV and Film, Lore York, seemed excited when speaking to the news outlet about the upcoming project.
“Christina is a true icon, a beacon of never-ending authenticity. As a young artist, she broke rules and blazed paths for future voices. We’re proud to work with Christina and TIME Studios, bringing to life such an intimate project,” York said.
“We are beyond excited to extend our creative partnership with Roc Nation through this film,” Time Studios’ Co-Head of Documentary, Loren Hammonds, added. “Christina has been such an enduring talent and inimitable entertainer throughout the years. Hers is truly one of the great voices of our time, and this is the perfect moment for her story to be told. We are incredibly honored that she has chosen to work with TIME Studios and Roc Nation to finally share her truth with the world.”
People on Instagram were more than ready. "Can’t wait," wrote one person. "Legend," another commenter wrote. "Queentina," someone else mused. "About time," another person added.
So far no release date has been announced, and we don't know if the documentary will air on a streaming service or in theaters. But will do know that we'll be there the absolute second it comes out.