As everyone with halfway decent vision has seen on this season of The Voice, judge of the hour Christina Aguilera is not afraid to bare (almost) all to show off her newly svelte, smokin’ hot body. But when it comes to talking about how she got there, the “Dirrty” singer is reportedly tight-lipped. According to a RadarOnline.com source, she’s so against talking about her divorce and weight loss, she doesn’t want to appear as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live, as she fears the funny TV host will go for the jugular.

The source said Christina is only willing to go on Jay Leno’s The Tonight Show to promote the show. Recently, Christina appeared with Jay, and, despite these claims, she didn’t seem tight-lipped at all.

"At this point of my life," she told Jay, "I'm 32 and I feel sexier than ever because you know what you want."

In fact, the talented singer, who has been dating production assistant Matthew Rutler for almost three years, wasn’t afraid to talk about her overtly sexual nature in life and in art.

"I'm an artist, and expressing myself in a sexual way — no matter how that changes throughout the years — is something that has always come naturally to me,” she told Jay.

In fact, according to E! Online, Christina also opened up about her experiences in the boudoir with Maxim Magazine, telling them she’s actually quite good at letting go in bed.

“The one place I don't need to be in control is in the bedroom,” Christina said. When asked to elaborate, she explained, "I'm a big micromanager. I'm a stickler about organization: everything needs a place, a purpose … I think every woman should relax and allow herself to be pleased in the bedroom. It's the one place I can let go."

When considering all this, it’s hard to imagine she’s afraid of sweet ol’ Jimmy. But the source maintains to Radar, “Christina is deathly afraid of being asked about her divorce and weight and feels that Jimmy, even though he has invited her on many times, is going to go for the jugular and ambush her if she sat down on his show.”

The source added that they’re “awkward questions.”

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Sources: RadarOnline.com, E! Online