Pink joined iHeartRadio Icon Award winners Pat Benatar, Kelly Clarkson and others on stage.
It's a pink party! The 43-year-old superstar received the 2023 iHeartRadio Icon award at the iHeartRadio Music Awards after an outstanding performance with some of music's biggest artists. After a heartfelt introduction by Kelly Clarkson , celebrity couple Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo paid homage to So What by singing its hit song "Just Like a Pill." Kelly, 40, took over with a stunning rendition of "Just Give Me A Reason" and Pink surprised fans by joining her in the chorus. The Iconic Award winner completes the mix with a powerful performance of "What About Us."
After accepting her award, Pink gave a moving speech about being vulnerable. While she believes many people shun sensibilities, turning them into art is her "life's mission." He also thanked his wife and children for their support. Last year, Jennifer Lopez received the 'Icon Award', which was previously given to Elton John .
Before the legendary star took the stage with Pat, Neil and Kelly, the show opened with a high-energy performance of TRUSTFALL, which saw him flip and flip across the stage in an aerial stunt. for him. Seen below, she rocked a super fun outfit for a super fun look, including a pink and purple skirt and black turtleneck top.
She teased her looks during a red carpet interview with iHeartRadio, saying she'll have "four new stage personalities" with her, joining her on her upcoming tour. When asked if he would do any aerobatics, he replied, "I'm the only one there this time, I'm sure."
Pink wore a white blazer and long pleated skirt as she entered the red carpet. The white stood out against her tanned skin and she wore a silver necklace and earrings. She also shares the carpet with husband Carey Hart along with their children: daughter Willow Hart , 11, and son Jameson Hart , 6. Willow wore a pink dress with a sheer top and sheer skirt, while Jameson looked dapper in gray pants and a matching suit jacket worn over a white t-shirt. Willow wore black combat boots with her cute dress and Jameson wore white sneakers.
Pink will embark on the biggest North American stadium tour of her career in July. The tour, dubbed Summer Carnival 2023, will kick off at Toronto's Rogers Center and end in October with a total of 21 shows. Its opening acts include Brandi Carlile , Pat Benatar, Neil Giraldo, Grouplove and DJ Kidcut'Up .
The mother-of-two released her ninth studio album, TRUSTFALL, in February, which includes the singles "Never Gonna Not Dance Again," due out in November 2022, and "Trustfall," due out later this year. . TRUSTFALL is the sequel to his project Hurts 2B Human 2019.
"I had time. Really devastating things happened to me," she explained the writing process for her new album during an appearance on Good Morning America in November. It takes a crisis to do that. Your kids must be tired of saying, "Well, none of that matters. I want to see my kids grow up. I do." I just want to put the truth into the world. I just want to be original. I'm better and I want to be a better person. "
Pink also lost her father , Jim Moore , between her last two albums, which affected her songwriting. "I just started making music and speaking tunes," she recalls. "And I joined… this album is a part of me and I think I'm an example of how you can live authentically and without fear."
During a red carpet interview for the iHeartRadio Awards, she said that TRUSTFALL is her favorite project of all time. "I put it on and listen to it from cover to cover and it feels better and it goes really fast," she said. "There's no song that I would miss…it's in my heart, in my soul."