P!nk Whatever You Want Music Video

P!nk Whatever You Want Music Video

P!nk Has Kicked Off Her 2018 Beautiful Trauma World Tour

International pop icon P!NK has released the music video to Whatever You Want. Watch it now here. The video follows P!NK behind the scenes in the studio, in tour rehearsals, at promotional appearances for her album Beautiful Trauma, as well as personal footage of P!NK and husband Carey Hart throughout the years.

 

PINK's 2018 Beautiful Trauma World Tour officially kicked off in Phoenix, AZ last week, marking P!NK's first tour in 5 years. Known for her  incredible and entertaining live show, P!NK is set to perform songs off her current album, Beautiful Trauma, as well as a number of everyone's favourite hits. P!NK is set to bring her the Beautiful Trauma World Tour down under in July and August this year, with the international superstar ready to entertain Australian audiences with an exhilarating new show. To keep up to date with all touring and ticketing information, go here.

 

In honour of Women's History Month, P!NK has launched a playlist celebrating powerful women musicians over the years. Check out her playlist here.

 

Since her debut in 2000, P!NK has released 7 studio albums, 1 greatest hits album, has sold over 50 million albums equivalents, over 75 million singles and over 2.4 million DVDs worldwide. In Australia alone, the stellar entertainer has sold over 4 million albums, over 4.1 million singles, 1.1 million DVDS, and 226 streams, and has achieved five #1 Albums, seven #1 singles, and 12 singles in the Top 10 on the Australian charts. (Four at #1). In addition, P!NK is the recipient of three Grammy Awards (19 nominations), one Daytime Emmy Award, three Billboard Music Awards, six MTV Video Music Awards, two MTV Europe Awards, two People's Choice Awards, named Billboard's Woman of the Year in 2013 and has sold out arenas all over the world.

 

P!NK's seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, debuted at #1 on Billboard's 200 chart, and marked a career high for first week sales. The first single, -What About Us' received a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Solo Performance and reached #1 on the U.S. Adult Pop Songs chart, earning her ninth leader on the chart, the most number-ones at the format for a female (second overall). Additionally, the album debuted at #1 in 10 other countries including Australia, claiming #1 spot on the ARIA Album Chart. The record is P!NK's fifth album to come in at top spot on the ARIA Album Chart, following previous releases I'm Not Dead, Funhouse, Greatest Hit...So Far!!! and The Truth Of Love. Locally, Beautiful Trauma is certified 4 times Platinum, firmly ensuing itself as another impressive accolade meriting P!NK's status as an international superstar.

 

P!NK is a huge supporter of various charities, including: Make a Wish Foundation, Autism Speaks, Human Rights Campaign and No Kid Hungry.  She remains on the UNICEF team as an Ambassador. 

 

Beautiful Trauma World Tour Australian Show Dates
Tickets and tour dates, here.

 

July:
3rd July – Perth Arena – Perth, WA
4th July – Perth Arena – Perth, WA
6th July – Perth Arena – Perth, WA
7th July – Perth Arena – Perth, WA
10th July – Adelaide Entertainment Centre – Hindmarsh, SA
11th July – Adelaide Entertainment Centre – Hindmarsh, SA
13th July – Adelaide Entertainment Centre – Hindmarsh, SA
14th July – Adelaide Entertainment Centre – Hindmarsh, SA
16th July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
17th July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
19th July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
20th July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
22nd July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
23rd July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
25th July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
27th July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
28th July – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC


August:
3rd August – Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, NSW
4th August – Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, NSW
6th August – Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, NSW
7th August – Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, NSW
9th August – Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, NSW
11th August – Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, NSW
12th August – Qudos Bank Arena – Sydney, NSW
14th August – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Boondall, QLD
15th August – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Boondall, QLD
17th August – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Boondall, QLD
18th August – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Boondall, QLD
20th August – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Boondall, QLD
21st August – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Boondall, QLD
23rd August – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – Boondall QLD
28th August – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC
29th August – Rod Laver Arena – Melbourne, VIC

 




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