Bio: Pink (born Alecia Beth Moore on September 8, 1979 in Abington, PA) is a Grammy and Billboard Award winning American pop-rock singer best known for her songs such as “Get The Party Started,” “Stupid Girls,” “So What,” and “Raise Your Glass.” She started singing in Philadelphia nightclubs when she was 14. Her stage name “P!nk” comes from a nickname from her teenage years. Billboard magazine chose Pink as the number one Pop Artist of the decade in 2009. Over the course of her music career, Pink has sold over 110 million records worldwide.
Best Known For:
Fun and spunky radio hits and her pink hair.
Pink is married to former motocross racer Carey Hart. The couple has a daughter, Willow Sage, born June 2, 2011, and a son, Jameson Moon Hart, born Dec. 26, 2016.
Too good! P!nk is breaking the rules once again with her new video for ‘Beautiful Trauma. Watch her and Channing Tatum turn the American dream upside down and dance their hearts out in the colorful visual!
Pink took to Twitter to slam haters who have been trying to create fake drama with Xtina after the AMAs. She wrote that the hate upsets her, but it’s clear to her that people are ‘afraid’ of girl power. See her tweets!
Pink and Christina Aguilera’s rocky history dates back to the early 2000’s. So, when Pink was caught on camera during Xtina’s AMAs performance, fans believed she was shading her! Here’s what Xtina really thought!
Years after their feud, Christina Aguliera and Pink came face-to-face at the AMAs…and Pink didn’t look thrilled as her frenemy took the stage. However, she took to Twitter afterward to explain her reaction was NOT a diss!
With performances by Selena Gomez, Pink, Kelly Clarkson and more it was an absolute certainty the American Music Awards was going to be a blast. Here are the most unforgettable moments from the big show!
Invision/AP/REX/ShutterstockKelly Clarkson and P!nk performed together for the first time ever at the AMAs, opening the big show with an emotional tribute to police officers, firefighters and other first responders.