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    Christina Aguilera: I'm No Porn Queen!

    Attention all you horn dogs out there: Just because Christina Aguilera dresses like a tart and tramps around that "Lady Marmalade" video, doesn't mean she's one in real life--no matter what X-rated Websites claim.

    The Grammy-winning popster has taken the unusual stance of actually denying she has pulled a Pamela Anderson and is the star of a porn video making the rounds on the Net.

    The video, apparently advertised via email spam and on several adult sites, shows the back of a blond woman that is purportedly Aguilera.

    But in a sharply worded statement just posted on Christina-A.com, Aguilera's camp says the video's bogus.

    "It has recently come to our attention that certain pornographic Websites are posting sexually explicit photographs and video footage on the Internet fraudulently representing that it is Christina," the statement reads. "The person in the video is not Christina."

    Aguilera's camp goes on to say they're ready to release the legal hounds. "The person who claims to have taken the video is not, and has never been, associated with Christina or her management. Christina's legal representatives have contacted the Website hosts, and Christina plans to vigorously pursue all necessary action against the individuals responsible, including, if necessary, initiating criminal proceedings.

    "We regret that there are individuals who engage in such fraud with no regard for the injury to Christina's feelings or reputation."

    Attempts to reach the Webmaster who initially released the tape have been unsuccessful.

    Celeb porn has long been a plague to Hollywood types. Several online porn purveyors tease fans with supposedly nude images and graphic sex footage of celebrities, Aguilera included. These are usually doctored images and staged videos featuring look-alikes--except in the notable case of Anderson and Tommy Lee. (Alyssa Milano actually went to court and won a legal battle over fake nudes; she and her mother have set up an organization called CyberTrackers that helps celebs battle Web pornographers.)

    Aguilera, who won a Grammy for Best New Artist in 1998, received two Grammy nominations last week: one for her "Lady Marmalade" ménage à quatre with Pink, Mya and Lil' Kim and another for her duet with Ricky Martin, "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely."

    She is currently putting the wraps on a new album to be released later this year.

    Meanwhile, the former Mouseketeer isn't letting a porno problem get her down. She has also posted a message on her site wishing fans "the Happiest New Year ever!! I hope you all are having as much fun as I am."

    We assume all that fun is G-rated.

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