Christina Aguilera's moves on stage don't require translation. But the pop singer wants to make sure her Spanish-language fans understand the lyrics. Aguilera this week released a Spanish-language album, "Mi Reflejo," that includes five translated versions of songs from her debut album and six new songs, including a duet with Latin pop star Luis Fonsi.

"This will make my grandparents proud," she said.

Aguilera's father is from Ecuador, and her U.S.-born mother worked as a Spanish translator. Aguilera, born and raised in the United States, says she spoke Spanish at home for

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