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Christina Milian Seduces In Sexy Lace Swimwear For Cosmopolitan For Latinas

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The Voice‘s social media correspondent Christina Milian rendered everyone speechless without saying a word as her Cuban curves were on full display on the beach for her sexy shoot with Cosmopolitan for Latinas.

The singer, actress, and designer of the Havana Nights swimsuit collection, chose not to wear her own pieces, but instead modeled sultry beachwear from BECCA by Rebecca Virtue, the sheer lace one-piece above by OYE Swimwear, Ondademar, and Melissa Odabash.

When she wasn’t heating up the pages in the hottest swimsuit trends of the season, the 31-year-old dished on what it’s like working on one of the hottest shows on NBC. “Seeing artists take a chance in front of the world,” Milian revealed. “And of course, the coaches are awesome: Blake [Shelton]‘s like my brother, and Shakira‘s a sweetheart. Usher, too. I’m such a fan; we toured together.”

Milian, who burst on the music scene with her 2001 hit single “Am to PM” also revealed that a new album may be in the works since she can’t seem to stay away from the studio. “My experiences [brought me back]—being in love, being hurt, wanting to be free and growing from it. I’ve expressed all that on songs,” she says. “That’s the greatest thing: an experience you can grow from. I’m more vocal about my ideas in person and music.”

Go behind the scenes of Christina’s beachy shoot in Cosmopolitan for Latinas below and find out why the star considers herself “fearless.”

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