Christina Aguilera Pink Hair: The Voice Judge's New Pink Hair Helps Prepare for Halloween (PHOTO)

Christina Aguilera's pink hair has been causing a wave among her fans on social media sites. The singer and "Voice" judge stepped out to show off her new punk pink hair as she prepared for Halloween with her young son.

Aguilera was seen with the new hairstyle as she took out her four year old son, Max, with ex-husband, Jordan Bratman, and current boyfriend, Matthew Rutler.

The group visited Mr Bones Punpkin Patch in Hollywood to prepare for Halloween which is just a few weeks away.

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Aguilera and Max were seen looking through the patch diligently, trying to choose the most plump one, as Rutler followed behind with a trolley to gather their choice of pumpkin.

Aguilera was sporting her new pink hair look while wearing casual clothes consisting of a baggy checked shirt and a pair of jeans.

She recently spoke out about how she juggles being a regular everyday mom, as well as becoming a pop star diva at work. She told The Sun, "I really have a good compartmentalising system. I can wear different hats — for example, the artist hat. When I'm on that stage and I've been in the wardrobe getting dressed up to play a character, I am living out a specific moment in a song."

She added, "The purpose of it is to come off tongue-in-cheek, or playful, and experience my own sexuality and embrace what I am doing as a woman. That hat is very different to the one I wear when I go home at night and I tuck my son in and I'm singing Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."

Aguilera's popularity has continued to soar, and her albums sales are estimated at over 50 million units worldwide, making her one of the best selling music artists of all time. She has received increased publicity over recent years for her part as a coach and judge on popular reality TV singing contest "The Voice."

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