Soaking up some rays in Miami, Christina Milian headed to the beach with friends on Saturday (January 26).
The "Dip it Low" singer showed off her curves in a black one-piece swimsuit with a plunging neckline before covering up in a very short blue patterned sleeveless dress.
Sharing the fun-filled day with her Twitter followers, the 31-year-old songstress tweeted, "Had some chill time on the beach today #caughtoncamera though... But when in South Beach you MUST hit the beach #music #miami #chucks."
Earlier this month, Christina posted an older photo of herself in a red bikini, sharing her goal for the New Year and tweeting, "I'm determined to have this body back this summer #throwbackthursday."
Miami Beach is a barrier island connected to the mainland city of Miami by a series of bridges.
Miami Beach, like Miami, has a huge Latin American population, and Spanish is a language often used for day-to-day discourse in many places. However, English is the language of preference, particularly when dealing with businesses and government. Spanglish, a mixture of English and Spanish, is a somewhat common occurrence, with bilingual locals switching between English and Spanish mid-sentence. The local Latin population is mostly Cuban exiles (which have now become second and third generation locals,) with South Americans from various countries gaining ground. There is also a large Haitian community and many signs and public announcements are in English, Spanish and Creole.
Miami Beach has been one of America's pre-eminent beach resorts for almost a century. The city of Miami Beach is a barrier island connected to the mainland city of Miami by a series of bridges. The city is often referred to under the umbrella term of "Miami”, with a population of 87,925. As a world-class destination, Miami Beach offers several kinds of lodging options. The visitor can stay in a normal hotel or choose from a variety of Miami Beach vacation rentals. Visitors can plan to stay in a Miami Beach condo rental. Miami Beach has a rich history as a trend setting arts center from the world famous nightclubs of the 1950s, to the rich cultural life of today's modern South Beach. The City of Miami Beach has an identity that is intrinsically linked to the arts, and today the entertainment, production and arts communities are stronger than ever.