Christina Aguilera Claims She Never Punched Pink (She Did Try to Kiss Her, Though)

These two performers have long laid their feud to rest, but some memories are still cropping up. On Thursday’s Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Christina Aguilera denied ever trying to punch Pink but admitted that she did try to kiss her once. She also opened up about the recording process for their Grammy-winning song “Lady Marmalade,” which was when their relationship began.

During a segment called “Plead the Fifth,” in which Cohen asks his guests three questions and they are only allowed to pass on answering one, he asked Aguilera about Pink’s 2017 appearance on his show in which she claimed that Aguilera tried to hit her one night at a club.

“I heard about that story and I saw the clip of it,” Aguilera told Cohen. “It’s so funny because I’ve seen her Behind the Music and I know she has some feelings about how the recording of ‘Lady Marmalade’ went down.” However, she explained, “I seem to have a different memory of a night we had at a club where we played spin the bottle. I have a love memory. Look at her and look at me. I wouldn’t swing on her! She can beat my ass, are you kidding me?”

Aguilera further explained that she recalled Pink putting her hand over her mouth when Aguilera went in for the game-induced kiss, joking, “She didn’t want to get ‘Dirrty.’”

According to People, Aguilera and Pink allegedly clashed during the recording of “Lady Marmalade” over who would sing the highest notes in the song. During her 2017 appearance on Cohen’s show, Pink said, “We were super young and super new at the whole thing, and I think I’m an alpha, and she’s an alpha.” She continued, “I’m used to taking my altercations physical and she’s used to having them verbal. We’re just very different, we’re very different. And we were very young and new.”

Aguilera seemed to echo those sentiments on Thursday, noting that Pink has changed quite a bit over the years. “She’s a different person now,” Aguilera said. “She’s a mom. She’s cool.”

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