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Alecia Beth Moore was born on September 8th, 1979, and later adopted the moniker of “Pink” during her rise to stardom. The star initially used to sing at Philadelphia nightclubs at the young age of 14. She was with two different R&B groups—Basic Instinct that never released any music, and a girl band called Choice.
Here’s a timeline of her career:
Pink released her very first solo record in 2000, “Can’t Take Me Home,” and earned a spot in the Top 10 for her singles “Most Girls” and “There You Go.” Soon afterward, the rising star opened for a wildly popular band known as NSYNC.
In 2001, the singer collaborated with Mya, Lil’ Kim, and Christina Aguilera to remake “Lady Marmalade,” a song that was originally done by singer Patti LaBelle. The cover was so good that it earned them a Grammy for best pop collaboration with vocals.
The singer’s single “Get The Party Started” eventually got a spot on the big screen in 2002 with the film Rollerball. Her next album, “I’m Not Dead,” included her No. 1 single known as “Stupid Girls,” whose video parodies popular starlets of the time. It earned her yet another Grammy for a female pop vocal performance, and some other notable songs in the album include “U + Ur Hand” and “Who Knew.”
The singer also opened for Justin Timberlake in 2006 and 2007 during his FutureSex/LoveShow Tour, where she showed off her gorgeous aerial stunts while performing spectacular stunts above the crowds.
Around 2013, Pink was still going strong and was not planning on slowing down any time soon. Her popular album “The Truth About Love” included songs such as “Just Give Me a Reason,” “Blow Me (One Last Kiss),” and “True Love,” eventually leading her tour to be the third-highest grossing one of 2013.
Billboard even named her Woman of the Year as she flexed her acting skills alongside Gwyneth Paltrow in the film Thanks for Sharing.
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