Christina Aguilera Finally Sells Pink Princess Castle

Ryan Nickum

Feb 19

Celebrity Homes

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After two years on the market, Christina Aguilera’s pink home in Beverly Hills home has finally sold. While this is good news for Aguilera and her ex-husband Jordan Bratman, we have to admit we’ll miss glancing at the listing photos showing rooms with shocking colors and eclectic decor. View the entire listing HERE.

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According to AOL Real Estate, Aguilera and former husband Jordan Bratman first purchased the house from Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne for $11.5 million back in 2007 (related article). The Osbourne’s have made a habit of selling homes to pop stars, recently passing on their Hidden Hills, California home to Jessica Simpson for $12,388,000 (related article).

20_11512971_22_1346466922One can’t help but wonder who the new owners will be, as well what they’ll do about the eclectic interior. The Mediterranean-style mansion is decorated in a mix of Gothic, burlesque, and contemporary styles, which perfectly matches the diva’s personal style, but might not be a fit for anyone else.

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Ideally, we’d love to see Aguilera hold an epic moving sale and offer the public some of these brightly-colored furnishings at dramatically reduced prices. Truth be told, it’s hard to find a quality chandelier that’s both affordable and flashy.

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Up until now, there’s been no word on who purchased the stunning home, but just for fun we’d like to start a false rumor that it was Dr. Dre. The famed producer is going to keep the paint and furnishings exactly the same. Those faux cheetah-skin carpets are just what the doctor ordered.

Check out these other celebrity-owned homes for sale…

Pamela Anderson—Malibu, CA—$7,750,000

Sen. Marco Rubio—West Miami, FL—$675,000

Sacha Baron Cohen—Los Angeles, CA—$2,595,000

Larray Hagman—Santa Monica, CA—$5,200,000

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