Christina Aguilera has been something of a fashion maverick these days. The 31-year-old singer has always changed up her look with regularity, but ever since she became a judge on NBC's "The Voice," Aguilera's gone rogue in a flurry of outlandish headgear, tight minidresses and almost too-low cut corsets.
But for Sunday night's American Music Awards, Aguilera went back to the straight and narrow. She ditched the pastel ombre hair (Ed. note: finally!!!!), opting instead for a blunt-cut blonde bob wig. Her sartorial choices were less My Little Pony-esque as well: a gathered lilac Pamella Roland dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, Neil Lane jewelry, and a Judith Leiber bag.
Christina went a little bit rogue again later in the night when she took to the stage with Pitbull for a duet, having changed into a star-spangled bodysuit and fishnets -- a very Christina look if we ever saw one.
Scope out what Aguilera wore to the AMAs below. Did she rock it?
Aaand here's what everyone wore to the 2012 American Music Awards!
Taylor Swift in Zuhair Murad
Gwen Stefani in Balmain
Carrie Underwood in Abed Mahfouz
Christina Aguilera in Pamella Roland
Nicki Minaj in Monique Lhuillier
Hayden Panettiere in Giorgio Armani
Kerry Washington in Stella McCartney
Jordin Sparks in Etro
Heidi Klum in Alexandre Vauthier Couture
Ginnifer Goodwin in Oscar de la Renta
Elisha Cuthbert in Georges Chakra
Carly Rae Jepsen in Gomez-Gracia
Kelly Rowland in Naeem Khan
Stacy Keibler in Collette Dinnigan
Jennifer Morrison in Abed Mahfouz
Brandy in Ekaterina Kukhareva
Gloria Estefan & Emilio Estefan
Amy Heidemann & Nick Noonan
Justin Bieber in Dior Homme & Pattie Mallette
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson
'American Music Awards': Justin Bieber Brings Mom on Stage, Thanks "Haters"
Justin Bieber was not spotted with on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez at Sunday night's 40th annual American Music Awards. Instead, he brought his mom as his date. Bieber won three awards, and when he snagged the final award of the night, Artist of the Year, he brought his mom on stage with him for his speech. Throughout the night, he thanked his "haters," said he planned on sticking around the industry for a long time and said life is sometimes hard when he's always being watched.