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The buzz about P!nk’s new do
December 6th, 2019 under Pink. [ Comments: 5 ]

P!nk is about to take a year off from performing, so she decided to let some things go. Thing like her hairs because she buzzed it off.

If anyone can rock it, then it is the rocker. I bet you P!nk is dancing around her house because she feels free. So much so, the singer is most likely writing new tunes to go with her new look. Sadly, we probably won’t hear them until she is done with her sabbatical.


P!nk’s bronze statue is Lucille Ball bad
May 15th, 2019 under Pink. [ Comments: none ]

P!nk is such an extraordinary woman that she is one of the 10 women who is being featured in Statues for Equality in NYC. Which is a huge honor, until you see it.

Her drummer Mark Schulman shared a photo of it being displayed and it reminds me of when we all saw Lucille Ball’s bronze statue in her hometown. As in it looks nothing like the singer. It looks more like Mayor Pete Buttigieg than the Rock star.

What do you think of it? Who do you think it looks like?

The other 9 women who are being honored by Gillie and Marc are Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Kidman, Jane Goodall, Cate Blanchett, Tererai Trent, Janet Mock, Tracy Dyson, Cheryl Strayed and Gabby Douglas. It will be interesting how they turned out.


P!nk’s Walk Me Home kinda sounds like Ed Sheeran’s Nancy Mulligan
February 20th, 2019 under Ed Sheeran, Pink. [ Comments: 2 ]

P!nk has a new single out today called Walk Me Home. Of course, I had to listen to it. When it got to the chorus, I felt like I heard that tempo recently. Before I got to the end of the song, I was like it reminds me of Ed Sheeran’s Nancy Mulligan.

Granted both songs are paying tribute to traditional Irish music by updating it with a Pop sound. I still find it interesting how much they both resemble each other. Do you hear it too or am I the only one hearing double?

Getting past the similarities, I still love both tunes. Which is making me even more excited for her 8th studio album, Hurts 2B Human, that is coming out in April.


P!nk and Ellen DeGeneres had the first celebrity crush
February 15th, 2019 under Ellen DeGeneres, Pink. [ Comments: none ]

Ellen DeGeneres had some burning questions for P!nk. She started it off by asking who was the singer’s first celebrity crush. Without hesitation, she said, “Brooke Shields.” Then the daytime host eventually agreed with her once she realized that Shields was in Blue Lagoon and not Tatum O’Neal.

Then Ellen got more than she bargained for when she asked, “What is the dumbest way you hurt yourself?” Then she admitted she slit her hand while slashing Carey Hart’s tires on Thanksgiving. Did it hurt? She didn’t feel a thing. Why did she do it? “Holidays are stressful.” No one can argue with that.

Good thing she has stress release with knitting. Who would think she would be a knitter? But she is and she is good at it. I want her to knit me something.


The Greatest Showman soundtrack gets a star-studded remake
October 9th, 2018 under Music, Pink. [ Comments: none ]

One of the biggest albums from last year was The Greatest Showman. Now, nearly a year later it is being reimagined by some of today’s biggest musical acts like Panic at the Disco, Kesha, Missy Elliott, Kelly Clarkson and Sara Bareilles. The biggest names attached to the album are P!nk, who sings A Million Dreams, and her daughter, Willow Sage Hart, does the reprise of it.

Kevin Weaver, Atlantic Record’s president, west coast, told Variety, that when he saw the album selling 100,000 units a week at the beginning of the year, he knew he had to do something special with it. Then he saw artists like P!nk and Selena Gomez dancing and singing to the songs from it on social media, so he knew what to do. On November 16th, that vision will become a reality with The Greatest Showman – Reimagined.

And I imagine, it is going to be one of the biggest selling albums of the holiday season.

To see the tracklist for the record, then click here!


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