Christina Aguilera to sing a duet with Eden Ben Zaken in Israel concert

Aguilera is scheduled to perform on August 10; the two will perform the song Hurt which was Ben-Zaken's audition number that got her on the Israeli production of The X Factor and launched her career
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The production team for Christina Aguilera announced Thursday that the singer was planning to invite Israeli vocalist Eden Ben-Zekn to join her in a duet of Hurt, during her concert in Israel next month.
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Hurt is not new to the Israeli singer. It was her chosen song for her audition for the Israeli production of the X Factor reality show about a decade ago which was her breakthrough to what has since been a successful career.
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כריסטינה אגילרה, עדן בן זקן
כריסטינה אגילרה, עדן בן זקן
Eden Ben Zaken and Christina Aguilera
(Photo: Shai Franko)
"I am excited about the collaboration with Christina Aguilera, one of the greatest singers in the world," Ben Zaken said in an official statement. "It's a thrilling moment for me and I'm sure it will be an amazing experience for both of us."
The 42-year-old American pop singer, referred to as the "Voice of a Generation," began her musical journey in the late '90s with the release of her debut album, featuring hit singles like "Genie in a Bottle," "What a Girl Wants," and "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)."
Throughout her career, Aguilera released nine albums, her latest, "Aguilera," coming out last year. She is noted for her four-octave vocal range and signature use of melisma and has won five Grammy awards after 21 nominations.
Among her many hits are "Dirrty," "Beautiful," "Hurt," "Lady Marmalade" - featured in the musical "Moulin Rouge!" soundtrack, "Candyman," "Ain't No Other Man," her collaboration with Maroon 5 - "Moves Like Jagger," and many more.
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