Pop/rock star P!nk has dedicated the past few days on doing promotion for her new album "The Truth About Love" in the UK, making appearances on Channel 4's 'Alan Carr: Chatty Man' on Friday (September 14), and at the iTunes Festival in London on Thursday (September 13)...Watch videos below!
So Pink stopped by to visit the 'Chatty Man', and besides delivering the first live performance of "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" on UK television on his show, Ms Moore also had a fun chat with Alan. Discussing breast-feeding, details on her fights between her and her husband Carey Hart (e.g, Pink tells she usually throws dogs at him when mad, and that Carey once in an argument punched a wall, and she thought it'd be cool to have it framed...lol), the London Olympics, 'anger' in her songs, or how much she loves adding acrobatics to her tour performances. At the end of the interview, Alan gives it a try! Ahhh.
Earlier in the week, P!nk took the stage at The Roundhouse in London to perform her headlining concert for the iTunes Festival. She rocked it, and loved the fact she added a bunch of the new songs. If I had to mention a hightlight, it'd have to be the "Family Portrait" performance. Simply stunning. Full concert below!
'Chatty Man' Interview (27:18) + Performance (43:00)
Pink's Full iTunes Festival Concert: Live From London
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