Christina Aguilera is gearing up to make her proper musical comeback after posting a picture of what appears to be a stellar list of collaborators for her upcoming album.
The singer-songwriter has been teasing fans of her imminent return, posting classic shots and new images of herself, like this one:
More recently, she posted a picture of herself against a (Moulin Rouge-esque?) backdrop with the message: "Getting back to the throne..."
Christina also posted a shot with what appears to be collaborators on her new album, including Janelle Monáe, British soul singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas, Noah 40 Shebib and Thundercat.
Alongside the picture she said: "Family that slays together stays together".
The star previously confirmed she was also working with longtime collaborator Linda Perry on her new record (she wrote her hit song Beautiful), as well as Mark Ronson and Tayla Parx.
Christina's last album, Lotus, was released in 2012. Since then, she has features on Top 10 hits with Pitbull (2013's Feel This Moment) and A Great Big World (2014's Say Something).
More recently, she collaborated with Nile Rodgers on the track Telepathy for TV series The Get Down and recorded a song called America for Served Like A Girl, the new documentary film about female veterans.