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AGING pop tart Christina Aguilera is a bigger star than ever — but that’s NOT a good thing!

After examining recent photos of the 41-year-old “Candyman” singer, doctors were shocked by her estimated 50-pound weight gain and warn she’s risking her health.

“The extra weight makes her a target for dozens of serious illnesses, including heart failure, cancer, diabetes and right now — COVID,” says Dr. Stuart Fischer, author of “The Park Avenue Diet.” “She needs to take a serious look at her diet and health regimen.” Longevity expert Dr. Gabe Mirkin agrees.

“If she doesn’t lose that extra weight, she can expect to die earlier than the average woman,” he says. The 5-foot-2 songbird was a svelte 102 pounds during the height of her popularity in the early 2000s. But now, some critics suggest she looks like an overstuffe­d pineapple.

“Christina enjoys food and feels much better for it,” tattles a source. “She’s a size 16 and proud of it.” But Fischer feels Christina has gotten too comfortabl­e with living larger.

“A lot of people recklessly gained weight during the pandemic and it contribute­d to the death toll,” he notes. “She needs to rethink her relationsh­ip with food — before it’s too late.”

The doctors quoted in this article have not treated Christina Aguilera.

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diva Aguilera has gone from svelte to stuffed, docs say
“Dirrty” diva Aguilera has gone from svelte to stuffed, docs say

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