Christina Aguilera has released a new music video on the heels of a lengthy thank you letter she posted online for fans on Wednesday.
The 32-year-old singer is seen introducing the video in the "Let There Be Love" clip, saying, "Hey everybody. Christina here. Just thanking you guys so much for filling my life and my heart with so much love... I appreciate all your support. This one's just for you."
The video for the upbeat new single features the "Voice" coach looking slim and sexy in a red and white monokini, as children and adults hold up hand-painted signs with slogans including, "Racism Sucks," "No Hate" and "Respect," among others.
Several familiar faces can be spotted in the video, including Nicole Richie, Christina's "The Voice" Season 2 semi-finalist, Chris Mann, and Christina's boyfriend (Matt Rutler) and 5-year-old son Max.
On Wednesday, the "Your Body" singer posted an over-2,000-word post to fans expressing her gratitude for their support over the years.
"I decided to share my thoughts with you at length and tell you openly how I feel," she wrote in a blog posted on her personal website. "You're my inspiration and a constant reminder why I continue to give my very best and open up my heart and mind so vulnerably to you and with the best of intentions."
Christina returns to her post as a coach on "The Voice" when the show's fifth season premieres on September 23 on NBC.
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