Christina Aguilera and Latto’s collaboration for a Just Eat meal delivery app advertisement has sparked mixed reactions from fans. The extravagant event featured opulent Italian-themed settings and detailed outfits that showcased their bodies in extravagant ball gowns and metallic underwear. In the commercial, Latto primarily rapped about Just Eat, with Christina providing background vocals and signature melismas.
Fan reactions to the advertisement were polarized, with some praising the vocals and the visual presentation while others found the song below Christina’s league. The opulent setting was designed to resemble a marble hallway, and the two singers descended curved staircases, swanning across checkerboard tiles with classical sculptures and paintings parodying Renaissance masterpieces on the walls.
While many fans appreciated the effort and the collaboration, others expressed disappointment that it wasn’t a new music release. Some fans praised the vocals and visuals, but others wished more effort was put into Christina’s original music. A few fans compared the ad to a previous one featuring Katy Perry, while others had more negative comments, with some feeling the collaboration was beneath Christina.
Latto has previously collaborated with established pop artists, including a remix of Mariah Carey’s “Big Energy.” The response to this collaboration remains a subject of debate among fans and critics.