- NAME: Pink
- OCCUPATION: Animal Rights Activist, Dancer, Singer
- BIRTH DATE: September 08, 1979 (Age: 34)
- Did You Know?: P!nk got her name from the character of Mr. Pink in the Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs.
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Doylestown, Pennsylvania
- Originally: Alecia Beth Moore
- AKA: Pink
- AKA: P!nk
- ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo
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Contrasting her edgy, tomboyish style with that of her female popstar peers, Pink has had huge success with hits like "You Make Me Sick" and "There You Go."
Pink - Missundaztood (2:26)
Pink - So What (1:53)
Pink - Lady Marmalade (2:25)
Pink - I'm Not Dead (2:53)
M!ssundaztood, Pinks second rock-infused record, went on to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide with the powerhouse hit "Get the Party Started."
Pinks fifth album, Funhouse (2008), drew from the raw emotions she was feeling from her recent divorce which were evident in the hit song "So What."
In 2002 Pink collaborated with Christina Aguilera, Mya, and Lil' Kim in a soulful remake of Patti LaBelle's "Lady Marmalade" on the Moulin Rouge soundtrack.
In 2006, Pink issued her fourth album, I'm Not Dead, a record that seemed to be Pink's most honest lineup of songs to date. The record included the No. 1 hit single "Stupid Girls."
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