Height: 5' 4"
Birth Date: September 8, 1979
Birth Place: Doylestown, Pennsylvania, USA
Profession: actress, musician
Education: Central Bucks West High in Philadelphia, PA
News Flash: Pink not a man, just a reallly fit woman.
Pink was proclaimed to have "The Ideal Body" according to "Bally Total Fitness Conference". Yeah ideal if you are into women who have man abs and zero boobage. That's what gets me hot. Yeah she's got muscles, but nobody's looking at Pink thinking that's their ideal body. They might as well have brought a gorilla out on stage and poked it with a stick while announcing: "Get a Bally Total Fitness membership and you too could look like this!"
We have Pink in her more womanly stage. Nipple shots and all.
Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, The (2004) (singer: "Trouble")
Pink recorded her solo debut, Can't Take Me Home, with a variety of songwriting partners and dance-pop and R&B producers. Released in 2000, the album was a double-platinum hit; it spun off three Top Ten singles in "There U Go," "Most Girls," and "You Make Me Sick." She toured that summer as the opening act for *N Sync, but soon found herself tired of being pigeonholed as strictly a teen act, despite her sassy, forthright persona. As she set about working on her follow-up album, Pink took part in the remake of Patti LaBelle's "Lady Marmalade" featured on the Moulin Rouge soundtrack, which also featured powerhouse divas Christina Aguilera, Mya, and Lil' Kim. The song was a massive hit, topping the charts in both the U.S. and U.K. Toward the end of the year, Pink released her next single, "Get the Party Started"; it became her biggest, most inescapable hit to date, climbing into the Top Five. Her accompanying sophomore album, M!ssundaztood, quickly went double platinum; it boasted a more personal voice and a more eclectic sound, plus heavy contributions from ex-4 Non Blondes singer Linda Perry, who helped bring some more rock muscle to Pink's sound (as did guest appearances by Steven Tyler and Richie Sambora). M!ssundaztood attracted positive critical notices as well, and its second single, "Don't Let Me Get Me," became another fast-rising Top Ten hit.