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Christina Aguilera Talks About the “Real Moment” Hillary Clinton Checked Out Her Boobs (VIDEO)

It’s been more than two months since Christina Aguilera and Hillary Clinton posed together at an annual leadership conference, but we’re still buzzing about the Secretary of State’s wandering eye.

It seems Hill Dawg was interested in more than Xtina’s vocal chords. In a candid moment, a photographer snapped a shot of Hillary checking out Christina’s “girls.” And in a recent interview with Ellen DeGeneres (airing today), Christina addressed the photo for the first time.

"It kind of looks photoshopped, but it’s not. It was a real moment,” Christina said with a laugh. “She's such like, you know, a force in a room. She's got that star charisma and everything about her. I couldn't take my eyes off her either — so, it was mutual."

But her interaction with the famous politician wasn’t the only thing Christina talked about. She also revealed some interesting details on why she’s always using a fan.

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“I'm sitting next to Blake [Shelton] the whole time, so how can I not laugh?” Christina said. "Between him and Cee Lo [Green], with his gas over there. That's why I have the fan, you know. I love you, Cee Lo, don’t be mad. Everybody knows.”

Ellen also gave Xtina some interesting attire to “cover up” some of her assets, and Christina loved it a little too much. She shared this, umm, interesting pic today. We wouldn’t put it past our girl to start rocking this look, but hopefully this was a one-time fashion statement.

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12.7.2012 / 09:07 PM EDT by Rachel McRady
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