The woman posing as Christina Aguilera on the track which takes a pop at Eminem claims she wants to release it as a single.
Emily Ellis originally recorded a satirical version of Eminem‘s hit ‘The Real Slim Shady’ for American radio station KLUC in the style of pop princess Christina. In it she berates Eminem, questioning his talent and his attitude. Now, she hopes that the track may warrant a wider release, and that Aguilera herself may be interested. “She might think it’s funny or she might want to do it herself!” she joked.
The track is a direct response to the Eminem single, in which he implies that Aguilera has performed oral sex on Carson Daly and Limp Bizkit‘s Fred Durst. On the new version, ‘Christina’ responds, “They both came closer than you ever will, jerk.” The chorus line runs “Will the real Slim Shady please shut up?”. The track has been posted as an MP3 on MC Lyte’s website – Click here….
Ellis, a singer from Las Vegas, told Radio 1 “He’s like this big man and everyone else is nobody. He’s very talented, but it would be better if he was a bit more humble about it.” When contacted by nme.com, Aguilera‘s record label could not confirm whether or not the singer has heard the track.
This is the second time ‘The Real Slim Shady’ has been linked with a teen pop star on the Internet. As previously reported on nme.com, a version of the track mixed with the Britney Spears hit ‘Ooops! …I Did It Again’ has also appeared on the net.