In a move destined to launch a thousand puns (see above), Christina Aguilera has signed on as the official spokesperson for the Fetish cosmetics line.
Aguilera, who is currently in the middle of her U.S. tour, is expected to actually choose colors, product formulations, and packaging for Fetish in addition to lending her face to the product. Aguilera seems a spot-on choice for Fetish, as the line is aimed at young women aged 16 to 22.
Christina travels all over the world -- she knows what her fans want," says Bob Bartlett, CEO of New Dana Perfumes Corporation, which is developing the line.
Fetish's Christina line will consist of three fragrances, bath and body products, and a complete makeup line, all priced under ten dollars. Those products should hit stores in January 2001.
For Aguilera, the deals keep coming, as the singer recently struck a deal that gives MTV.com users the first crack at tickets to her extended summer tour. Fans can
buy tickets through the Web site from July 19 through July 21 before they go on sale through other outlets on July 22. Check out the special subsite for more details.
The teen pop star has already been on the road for months and recently lined up additional dates through mid-October (see [article id="1424801"]"Aguilera Beefs Up Tour"[/article]).
Here's the singer's current tour itinerary (as always, dates and venues are subject to change):
7/14 - Saskatoon, SK @ Saskatchewan Place 7/16 - Edmonton, AB @ Skyreach Centre 7/17 - Calgary, AB @ Canadian Airlines Saddledome 7/19 - Vancouver, BC @ General Motors Place 7/26 - Paso Robles, CA @ California Mid-State Fair 7/28 - Billings, MT @ MetraPark Arena 7/29 - Minot, ND @ North Dakota State Fair 7/31 - Bonner Springs, KS @ Sandstone Amphitheater 8/1
- Maryland Heights, MO @ Riverport Amphitheater 8/3 - Kearney, NE @ Buffalo County Fair 8/4 - Omaha, NE @ Douglas County Fair @ Aksarben Coliseum 8/5 - Indianapolis, IN @ Deer Creek Music Center 8/6 - Indianapolis, IN @ Deer Creek Music Center 8/7 - Antioch, TN @ AmSouth Amphitheater 8/10 - Des Moines, IA @ Iowa State Fair 8/11 - Springfield, IL @ Illinois State Fair 8/13 - Sedalia, MO @ Missouri State Fair 8/15 - Midland, MI @ Midland County Fair 8/16 - Columbus, OH @ Ohio State Fair @ Celeste Center 8/18 - Louisville, KY @ Kentucky State Fair @ Freedom Hall 8/19 - Chicago, IL @ United Center 8/21 - Cincinnati, OH @ Riverbend Music Center 8/23 - Cleveland, OH @ Gund Arena 8/24 - Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob Music Theater 8/26 - Burgettstown, PA @ Post Gazette Pavilion @ Star Lake 8/28 - Minneapolis, MN @ Minnesota State Fair 8/30 - Buffalo, NY @ Darien Lake PAC 8/31 - Burlington, VT @ Champlain Valley Expo 9/1
- Hartford, CT @ Meadows Music Theatre 9/3 - Syracuse, NY @ New York State Fair 9/4 - Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center 9/6 - Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center 9/8 - Wantagh, NY @ Jones Beach Amphitheater 9/9 - Mansfield, MA @ Tweeter Center 9/11 - Virginia Beach, VA @ GTE VA Beach Amphitheater 9/15 - Camden, NJ @ Blockbuster/Sony E-Center 9/16 - Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion 9/18 - Charlotte, NC @ Blockbuster Pavilion 9/20 - Atlanta, GA @ Philips Arena 9/22 - Orlando, FL @ TD Waterhouse Center 9/23 - Tampa, FL @ Ice Palace 9/25 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Mars Music Amphitheatre 9/27 - New Orleans, LA @ Nat Kiefer UNO Lakefront 9/29 - Woodlands, TX @ Woodlands Pavilion 9/30 - Dallas, TX @ N. Texas State Fair & Rodeo 10/5 - Denver, CO @ Magness Arena 10/8 - Phoenix, AZ @ America West Arena 10/10 - San Diego, CA @ Coors Amphitheatre 10/11 - Los Angeles, CA @ Universal
Amphitheatre 10/12 - Los Angeles, CA @ Universal Amphitheatre 10/14 - Marysville, CA @ Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre 10/15 - Concord, CA @ Chronicle Pavilion 10/18 - Portland, OR @ Rose Garden Arena 10/19 - Seattle, WA @ Key Arena