Everyone knows Christina Aguilera has got a mouth on her, because she has been shouting pop songs out of it since 1999. But we didn't know quite how sassy she was until this week, where, at a keynote Q&A session for the Billboard/THR Music Conference, she said "[censored]", "[censored]" and "butt[censored]"
Seriously, we have had to manipulate her swears for the kids at home. Needless to say: 'fudge' translates to 'the eff word that you used to get sent home from school for saying'.
"Now everyone is a critic," she warbled. "I don't read blogs. It's just God-knows-who in [Buttfudge] wherever writing hate [sugar]. You can't take it seriously. I'm sure you've all been hated on at some point by [buttfudge] people."
In other news: "[buttfudge] people" is our new favourite insult, so it is, so it always shall be.
And the US The Voice judge also had some words for talent contest Simon Cowell, who she labelled not a [buttfudge] but rather "a dick".
"I've not actually seen a full episode of any of the other music shows," said Christina. "I saw the commercials early on of American Idol of Simon being a dick. I was like, 'Man, that's not what it's about!'
"I didn't want to treat people like that. I wanted to do The Voice to show that we can be positive. We don't have to knock people down."
By the way, everything in the world is now to be categorised as such: 'buttfudge' or 'not buttfudge'. Try it: War? Buttfudge. Puppies? Not buttfudge. People who put toilet roll on the toilet roll holder the wrong way round? Buttfudge, buttfudge, buttfudge.