On This Day in Pink History… 18th October 2003, Pink performed at the Pepsi Chart Show

On This Day in Pink History… 18th October 2003, Pink performed at the Pepsi Chart Show


Beautiful Trauma European Tour 2019

Pink is coming back to Europe in Summer 2019.

We are still keeping the main PinkHistory pages tour spoiler free so be sure to join us on our Facebook Group, follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

16/06/19 – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff Arena
18/06/19 – Ireland, Dublin, RDS Arena
20/06/19 – Wales, Cardiff, Principality Stadium 
22/06/19 – Scotland, Glasgow, Hampden Park
25/06/19 – UK, Liverpool, Anfield Stadium
27/06/19 – Belgium, Werchter, Rock Werchter
29/06/19 – UK, London, Wembley Stadium
30/06/19 – UK, London , Wembley Stadium
03/07/19 – France, Nanterre, U Arena
05/07/19 – Germany, Köln, RheinEnergieStadion
08/07/19 – Germany, Hamburg, Volksparkstadion
10/07/19 – Germany, Stuttgart, Mercedes-Benz Arena
12/07/19 – Germany, Hannover, HDI Arena
14/07/19 – Germany, Berlin, Olympiastadion
20/07/19 – Poland, Warszawa, PGE Narodowy Stadium
22/07/19 – Germany, Frankfurt, Commerzbank-Arena
24/07/19 – Austria, Wien, Ernst Happel Stadium
26/07/19 – Germany, Munich, Olympiastadion
30/07/19 – Switzerland, Zürich, Letzigrund
03/08/19 – Sweden, Johanneshov, Tele2 Arena 

On This Day in #PinkHistory… 13th October 2017, Pink Beautiful Trauma album was released

On This Day in #PinkHistory… 13th October 2017, Pink Beautiful Trauma album was released

Pink’s seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma was released on 13th October 2017.

In October 2017, Pink announced she is releasing an Apple Music documentary about the recording of Beautiful Trauma. She also announced she is going on tour across North America and Oceania in 2018 to support the album.

The album has so far produced four singles:

  • What About Us
  • Beautiful Trauma
  • Whatever You Want
  • Secrets


  1. Beautiful Trauma
  2. Revenge (feat. Eminem)
  3. Whatever You Want
  4. What About Us
  5. But We Lost It
  6. Barbies
  7. Where We Go
  8. For Now
  9. Secrets
  10. Better Life
  11. I Am Here
  12. Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken
  13. You Get My Love

Music Videos & Other Performances

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On This Day in Pink History… 10th October 2012, Try music video was released

On This Day in Pink History… 10th October 2012, Try music video was released

Try was released as the second single from Pink’s sixth studio album, The Truth About Love.

Pink has described the video as one of the most beautiful music videos of her career. The video was directed by Floria Sigismondi and choreographed by the Golden Boyz and stunt choreographer, Sebastien Stella. It was inspired by the Apache dance, a highly-stylized Parisian street performance. Pink’s partner in the video is Broadway dancer, Colt Prattes, who also joined Pink on The Truth About Love Tour.

“Making this video was the most fun I’ve ever had in my entire career,” said Pink. “I never wanted it to end. It’s my favorite video ever.”

“My mom, after seeing the new video… ‘Wow, honey. I’m speechless. And uncomfortable. No one can ever say you play it safe.”

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On This Day in Pink History… 9th October 2001, Get The Party Started was released

On This Day in Pink History… 9th October 2001, Get The Party Started was released

Get The Party Started was the first single released from Pink’s second album, Missundaztood. It was written and produced by Linda Perry.

It reached number four on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in December, 2001, becoming one of Pink’s biggest solo hits in the U.S. with “Most Girls” also reaching number four on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2000 and “So What”, “Raise Your Glass”, and “Just Give Me a Reason” reaching number one in 2008, 2010, and 2013 respectively, and “Fuckin’ Perfect” that reached number two in America. It peaked at number two in the UK, where it was narrowly denied the top spot by the posthumous release of George Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord”. It reached number-one in Australia and number-two in many European countries most notably Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, being held off from the top position by Shakira’s smash hit “Whenever, Wherever”. “Get the Party Started” was certified gold in Australia, Austria, Germany, France Sweden and Switzerland, and in Norway it received a platinum certification. The song was nominated for aGrammy Award in 2003 in the category of “Best Female Pop Vocal Performance”, which it lost to Norah Jones’s “Don’t Know Why”. It won the award for “Favorite Song” at the Kids’ Choice Awards of 2002, and at the MTV Europe Music Awards of 2002 it won the award for “Best Song”. “Get the Party Started” is often considered one of Pink’s signature songs as she tends to finish her shows with this song in her encore section along with a ballad song such as “Nobody Knows” and “Glitter In The Air”. In December, the song was listed as number 81 on Rolling Stone‘s Top Songs of the 2000s.

The music video was shot by director Dave Meyers in Los Angeles in late September 2001. At 1 minute and 46 seconds into the video, an American Flag is shown, a nod to the September 11 attacks just days earlier. In the video Pink is showering and getting ready to go out, trying on different outfits. One of her friends picks her up, and they drive in a car bobbing their heads to the music. However, the car breaks down. They get out of the car and steal two skateboards from two boys, after which Pink falls off her skateboard because men in a car are whistling at her. The women arrive at the club but are refused entry by the bodyguard, so to get in they use a scaffold to reach the top of the building. Inside the club the bartender is played by Linda Perry. Pink changes her clothes and starts to party, and at the end Pink dances with two other dancers. She takes off her earrings and necklace and gives it to a person. One of the dancers in the video is Kevin Federline. Also seen is Georvohn Lambert; he became a dancer for other R&B artists. The video uses an abbreviated version of the song, cutting out the last chorus, and also cutting out the instrumentals. The video was nominated at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards for “Best Pop Video” and won the awards for “Best Female Video” and “Best Dance Video”.