She's either a glutton for punishment or damn well out for redemption. Either way, this Sunday's Grammy Awards may just have a ratings smash on its hands.
Hot off of what turned out, unfortunately for her, to be the most-watched lyrics flub in the history of the medium, Christina Aguilera is dusting herself off and getting right back up on stage this weekend.
Since a reprise of the national anthem is no doubt out, what will Christina be singing?
Well, let's just say R-E-S-P-E-C-T is something Aguilera could do with a bit more of these days.
The Grammy winner will be joining forces with the ever fierce (and fab looking) Jennifer Hudson, country cutie Martina McBride, Yolanda Adams and a Machine-free Florence Welch for a special tribute to Grammy Legend Award recipient Aretha Franklin.
Both together and individually the five ladies will take to the stage to recreate the Queen of Soul's biggest hits at the top of the show.
Since it goes without saying that Christina's pipes will serve her well, here's hoping her memory does, too. The 53rd annual awards show airs Sunday night on CBS.