Rising to fame at the turn of the millennium as the poster child for Urban Pop, P!nk surprised many a critic when she made the transition from Pop Princess to Pop Rock riot.
Despite enjoying her first US #1 with ‘Lady Marmalade‘ in 2001, the singer- believe it or not- was unable to match the feat until seven years later with ‘So What’.
Now she has addressed her popularity- or lack of it- in the United States and how touring served to counteract any commercial shortcomings she faced in the market.
Peep Pop rebel Pink posing it up in freshly released promo pics for her new album, ‘The Truth About Love’.
Due on September 18th, the set is lead by chart smash ‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss)’, with another single expected before the LP arrives in stores.
More pics, via our friends over at Digital Spy, below…
The MTV Video Music Awards were doused with a splash of colour today, after it was announced that Pop rebel Pink will be performing.
Details after the jump…
Pink is opening up like never before.
In a recent interview with The Herald Sun, the ‘Trouble’some singer has confirmed speculation surrounding a number of reports surrounding her.
Reports, which include a new duet with Eminem, judging positions on X Factor USA and The Voice, as well as an upcoming 2013 tour.
We can’t but raise our glasses to Pop titan Pink.
The ‘Blow Me’ singer, whose new album ‘The Truth About Love’ hits stores on September 18th, saw the LP’s campaign given a major boost today when it was announced that she is the new face of CoverGirl cosmetics.
Ellen Degeneres and Queen Latifah are some of the major names who’ve fronted the campaign previously, a fact which couldn’t make the 32 year old (real name Alecia Moore) any happier:
“Joining a group of women who have always inspired me — to laugh out loud, let my guard down, or play around with my beauty look — is such an honor. I have a lot to celebrate. I called my new album The Truth About Love, and the truth is that I have my beautiful family and baby girl, my new music and now my partnership with CoverGirl to love.”
All together now: easy, breezy, baaaad chick!
We love us some Pink.
You’ve seen the video, now see how it was cooked up.
A behind the scenes look at Pink‘s ‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss)’ visual awaits after the jump…