Although five months pregnant, Christina Aguilera didn't miss a beat during her debut performance at the 2014 Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans on Friday (May 2nd).
Conjuring an even amount of jazz, blues, and soul, the big voice songstress blessed fans with hits like "Lady Marmalade," "Dirrty," ''Candyman," ''Ain't No Other Man," ''Beautiful," ''What a Girl Wants," and her final song of the night, "Fighter."
Aguilera’s set also included covers of several songs: "Moves Like Jagger," by Maroon 5; "Whole Lotta Love," by Led Zeppelin; B.B. King's "The Thrill is Gone;" ''It's a Man's World," by James Brown; and "At Last," by Etta James.
Aguilera was also very vocal with the audience, explaining the concepts behind some of her records and why she chose to record them. She also thanked the concertgoers several times for their support.
"I love looking out at a crowd and seeing happy faces, smiling faces, drinking faces, smoking faces," said Aguilera (AP). "It's a good feeling to be a part of it."
Check out Aguilera performing "Lady Marmalade":
"It's A Man's World"