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On This Day in Pink History… 19th September 2012, Pink was on The View [VIDEO]

On This Day in Pink History… 19th September 2012, Pink was on The View

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On This Day in Pink History… 19th September 2000, Most Girls was released

On This Day in Pink History… 19th September 2000, Most Girls was released

Most Girls, released in 2000, is the second single from Pink’s debut album Can’t Take Me Home. It peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100. It peaked at number one in Australia, where it was certified platinum, number two in New Zealand and number five in the United Kingdom.

Most Girls was Pink’s highest-charting hit in the United States as a solo artist at the time. Her 2001 single Get the Party Started subsequently equalled the #4 peak of Most Girls and the two songs were her joint highest-charting singles until her 2008 single So What peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Pink has had one further #1 as a solo artist – Raise Your Glass – and two other #1s in collaboration with other artists – Lady Marmalade and Just Give Me a Reason.

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On This Day in Pink History… 17th September 2012, The Truth About Love was released

On This Day in Pink History… 17th September 2012, The Truth About Love was released

The Truth About Love is Pink’s sixth studio album, released on 17th September 2012 in the UK. The Truth About Love samples rock music influences and is generally themed about relationships, breakups and the different stages and cases of love, while tackling issues of feminism, sexual prowess and social exclusion. It features guest artists Eminem, Lily Allen and Nate Ruess of American band Fun.

The album was a huge success worldwide, reaching number one on the Billboard Chart, selling 281,000 copies in its first week becoming her first number one album in America. The album also debuted at number one in Australia, Austria, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, Sweden, and Switzerland. As of July 2014, the album has sold 2 million copies in the US, and estimated 7 million copies worldwide, becoming her most successful album since 2001’s Missundaztood.

Six singles were released from the album:

  1. Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
  2. Try
  3. Just Give Me A Reason (feat. Nate Ruess)
  4. True Love
  5. Walk of Shame
  6. Are We All We Are

Track list / Writers / Producers

  1. Are We All We Are / Pink, Butch Walker, John Hill, Emile Haynie / Walker, Hill, Haynie
  2. Blow Me (One Last Kiss) / Pink, Greg Kurstin / Kurstin
  3. Try / Busbee, Ben West / Kurstin
  4. Just Give Me A Reason (feat Nate Ruess) / Pink, Jeff Bhasker, Nate Ruess / Bhasker
  5. True Love (feat Lily Allen) / Pink, Kurstin, Allen / Kurstin
  6. How Come You’re Not Here / Pink, Kurstin / Kurstin
  7. Slut Like You / Pink, Max Martin, Shellback / Max Martin, Shellback
  8. The Truth About Love / Pink, Billy Mann, David Schuler / Mann, Schuler
  9. Beam Me Up / Pink, Mann / Mann
  10. Walk of Shame / Pink, Kurstin / Kurstin
  11. Here Comes The Weekend (feat Eminem) / Pink, Khalil Abdul Rahman, Pranam Injeti, Liz Rodrigues, Marshall Mathers / DJ Khalil, Chin Injeti, The New Royales, John Brown
  12. Where Did The Beat Go? / Pink, Mann, Jon Keep, Steve Daly / Mann, Tracklacers
  13. The Great Escape / Pink, Dan Wilson / Wilson
  14. My Signature Move / Pink, Walker, Jake Sinclair / Walker
  15. Is This Thing On? / Pink, Walker, Sinclair / Walker
  16. Run / Pink, Walker, Sinclair / Walker
  17. Good Old Days / Pink, Mann, Schuler / Mann, Schuler
  18. Chaos & Piss / Pink, Francis White / Eg White
  19. Timebomb / Pink, Kurstin / Kurstin

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On This Day in Pink History… 16th September 2013 Pink attended the Thanks for Sharing premiere

On This Day in Pink History… 16th September 2013 Pink attended the Thanks for Sharing premiere

Set in New York City, Thanks for Sharing centers around three people undergoing a 12-step process to recover from their sexual addiction.

Adam (Mark Ruffalo) walks along the streets of New York, tempted by various advertisements and women on his way to work to have sex. Neil (Josh Gad) purposely grinds against a stranger in the train he’s taking to attend a sex addiction meeting. Mike (Tim Robbins) is a married recovering sex addict who is the leader of the addiction group. He sponsors Adam, who is also a recovering sex addict who hasn’t had sex in five years, Adam sponsors Neil. They are all at the sex addiction meeting, talking about their progress. Adam proclaims he’s been ‘sober’ for five years, and Neil makes jokes and later admits he is only there because the court has forced him to be there. He goes back to masturbating the same night, and lies about his 1 week sober to the addiction group.

Adam meets Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow) at a ‘bug party’ and they go out on a date. She reveals straight away that she had breast cancer, and later says she would never date an addict again after her last boyfriend who was an alcoholic, causing Adam to not admit to his sex addiction. They begin a relationship. Dede (Alecia Moore) joins the sex addiction meetings, she is the only woman in the group, and admits to being a sex addict from a very young age. Neil starts out as a doctor who is addicted to masturbating, but is caught secretly filming under the skirt of his boss, and is fired, and loses the job he has dreamed of since childhood. He then begins to take the meetings more seriously, and admits he has a problem. Meanwhile, Mike’s son Danny (Patrick Fugit), a recovering drug addict, has returned home and is attempting to make amends to Mike and his mother Katie (Joely Richardson).

Phoebe eventually finds out about Adam’s sex addiction when finding an addiction token in his pocket the morning after sleeping with him. She takes some time away from him, but eventually agrees to continue their relationship. Meanwhile, Neil and Dede have become friends and have become attracted to each other after Neil talked her out of having sex with her abusive ex-boyfriend, and go to a ‘free dance’ together and come close to kissing, but don’t. At the same time, while Mike has been getting on better and better with his son Danny who is now living with his parents again building a pond in the back yard, they get into a fight when Mike assumes Danny stole his mother’s pills. Danny reveals that Mike gave Katie Hepatitis C, and was also abusive to him at a young age (which may be why Danny is a drug addict). Mike slaps Danny, Danny attacks Mike and knocks over Katie, then realizing what he has done, panics and runs out of the house.

Meanwhile, Phoebe, who has told Adam she is a ‘very sexual person’ has become frustrated and concerned being in a relationship with Adam, and breaks it off after they have a fight. Adam goes back to masturbating, and sleeps with a prostitute. Dede comes over to Neil’s place, and helps him clean up his house and burns his porn. She admits she’s never been ‘just friends’ with a guy before. Mike finds his wife Katie’s pills, and realizes Danny never stole them after all. Katie gets upset at Mike, because he “always has to be right”. Mike, also upset, storms out of the house to go find Danny. While he is out, Katie calls him to tell him Danny is in hospital after a DUI. Mike hugs his son in hospital, who turns out to have been sober for the past 8 months. Adam invites his ex-girlfriend Becky (Emily Meade) over, and as they start out by reenacting her daddy issues, she then wants Adam to slap her. When he refuses, she breaks down, locks herself in the bathroom and attempts to commit suicide. Neil takes the train to get over to Adam’s and breaks down his bathroom door. Adam goes back to being sober, starts again, and goes back to Phoebe, who admits she too is not perfect. Neil confronts his over-sexual mother (Carol Kane), and all the addicts celebrate being and staying sober.

Cast

  • Mark Ruffalo as Adam
  • Tim Robbins as Mike
  • Gwyneth Paltrow as Phoebe
  • Josh Gad as Neil
  • Joely Richardson as Katie
  • Alecia Moore as Dede
  • Patrick Fugit as Danny
  • Carol Kane as Roberta
  • Michaela Watkins as Marney
  • Isiah Whitlock, Jr. as Charles
  • Emily Meade as Becky
  • Poorna Jagannathan as Lili Kazhani

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On This Day in Pink History… 13th September 2012, Pink performed at the iTunes Festival in London

On This Day in Pink History… 13th September 2012, Pink performed at the iTunes Festival in London

On Thursday 13th September 2012, Pink played at the iTunes Festival The Roundhouse in Camden Town, London, England. The opening act was Walk The Moon, who also supported some dates on Pink’s Truth About Love Tour in 2013. The event was a ‘winners only’ event, as no tickets could be bought. It was broadcast on some channel 4 channels and there was a live streaming on iTunes.

Setlist:

  • Are We All We Are
  • How Come You’re Not Here
  • U + Ur Hand
  • True Love
  • The Truth About Love
  • Just Like A Pill
  • Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely)
  • Family Portrait
  • Who Knew
  • Dear Mr President
  • Fuckin’ Perfect
  • Try
  • Funhouse
  • Sober
  • Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
  • So What

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On This Day in Pink History… 8th September 2015, P!nk was on The Ellen Show

On This Day in Pink History… 8th September 2015, P!nk was on The Ellen Show

In 2015, P!nk celebrated her birthday in style at the premiere show of Ellen’s 13th season.

P!nk had recently recorded the new theme song ‘Today’s The Day’ for the show.

P!nk recorded two shows with Ellen while in New York,  which included performances of Today’s The Day, Try and an interview.

 

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