Pink-Forever » P!nk’s 10 Most Iconic Live Performances
posted on 02.10.2018

After performing at the Super Bowl on Sunday night while battling the flu, it’s clear P!nk will stop at nothing to put on a show.

The pop singer, who has 15 Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hits, is known for her carefree attitude and elaborate live performances, which often feature acrobatic elements. P!nk loves to entertain, which is shown through her fun and energetic live shows. If you are unfamiliar with her past performances, take a look at the 10 best below.

“Glitter in the Air” – Grammys, 2010

In her iconic Grammy moment, P!nk introduced her acrobatic routine to TV audiences, while singing “Glitter in the Air,” the emotional ballad from her 2008 album Funhouse. She spun in the air while belting out the song’s high notes over the crowd, drenched in water. She later incorporated her routine on tour, where it became her signature move.

“Raise Your Glass” – American Music Awards, 2010

Complete with break dancers and broken glasses, P!nk performed her party anthem at the AMAs and transformed the stage into a skate park. This performance was colorful and fun and also featured a nod to her past acrobatic performances, with Dan Finnerty appearing overhead.

“Just Like Fire” – Billboard Music Awards, 2016

In this fierce performance, P!nk once again swung over the crowd, this time on a swinging clock. The giant clock later lit on fire, for a truly iconic performance of her inspirational hit.

“Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken” – Grammys, 2018

In her emotional performance, P!nk featured an ASL interpreter onstage with her, which was a major step forward for the show to be more inclusive. In just a plain white T-shirt and jeans, P!nk belted out “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken,” which received a standing ovation from the Grammys crowd.

Medley – MTV Videos Music Awards, 2017

In this epic seven-minute-long performance, P!nk sang almost all of her hits, including “So What,” “What About Us” and “Raise Your Glass” while jumping from a floating car to a tractor trailer.

“Try” – American Music Awards, 2012

Showing off some more impressive acrobatic skills, P!nk starts out this performance balancing on her backup dancer. The performance also featured shattered mirrors and flames and an emotional interpretive dance.

“So What” – iHeartRadio Music Festival, 2012

Once again, P!nk soars above the energetic crowd, singing her “f— you” anthem “So What” while swinging from side to side over the entire arena.

“Everybody Hurts” – American Music Awards, 2017

P!nk and Kelly Clarkson joined forces to cover “Everybody Hurts” at the 2017 AMAs, with both of their powerhouse vocals soaring on the R.E.M. classic.

“Beautiful Trauma” – Good Morning America, 2017

While promoting her 2017 album, P!nk sang the title track “Beautiful Trauma.” While there were no acrobatic moments, P!nk still brought her all to the morning show, hitting her highest notes and dancing around, which is pretty impressive for a 9 a.m. morning show.

“The Star-Spangled Banner” – Super Bowl, 2018

While P!nk was battling the flu, she managed to sing the national anthem, which received mixed reviews but was very impressive considering the circumstances. She later tweeted about the performance, thanking her fans for support.

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