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Reviewer: Calvin999 (talk · contribs) 14:45, 7 June 2013 (UTC)
- I thought this was a single?!
- There are no source to prove that. It wasn't sent to mainstream radio.
- Dance should go before Pop in the info box, as it should be alphabetical.
- Following the release of her sixth studio album, Bionic, Aguilera planned to embark on the Bionic Tour and promote it further. → In support of her sixth studio album, Bionic, Aguilera announced plans for the Bionic Tour.
- On May 24, 2010, in a message on her website and from tour promoter Live Nation, Aguilera stated that due to the excessive promotion of the album and her then upcoming film debut in Burlesque, she felt she needed more time to rehearse the show and with less than a month between the album release and tour, it was not possible to create and perform a show at the level that her fans expect from her. → However, on May 24, 2010, the singer and tour promoter Live Nation both posted messages on their websites stating that due to excessive promotion of Bionic and preparing for her upcoming film debut in Burlesque, she felt she would need more time to be able to put together a show that her fans deserve to see. Aguilera stated that this was not possible to do in less than one month between the release of the album and the start of the tour as she would need more time to rehearse.
- "Show Me How You Burlesque" was released for digital download on November 19, 2010. → Doesn't this make it a single? Only singles get release dates.
- Done fixed
- span on two → spans two
- Per WP:ACCESS, the Chart column on the table should be shaded. Also, it says 2010-11, there should be a 2010 table and a 2011 table, like "Let There Be Love (Christina Aguilera song)"
- References, iTunes Store should not be in italics.
On hold. — AARON • TALK 21:47, 18 June 2013 (UTC)
- GA — AARON • TALK 10:18, 20 June 2013 (UTC)
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