Pink performs in London in 2019. The singer will be receiving the Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, May 23.
Pink performs on “The Tonight Show” in 2000. That year, she released her debut album “Can’t Take Me Home.” Among its hit songs were “Most Girls” and “There You Go.” A year later she released her second album, “Missundaztood,” which featured hits such as “Get the Party Started,” “Don’t Let Me Get Me” and “Just Like a Pill.”
In 2001, Pink teamed up with Lil’ Kim, Mya and Christina Aguilera for a “Lady Marmalade” cover. It was for the “Moulin Rouge” soundtrack, and it won a Grammy Award for best pop collaboration with vocals.
Pink and her boyfriend, motocross racer Carey Hart, attend the ESPN Action Sports and Music Awards in 2002. They were married in 2006.
Pink shoots a music video for her song “Trouble” in 2003. It was from her third album, “Try This,” and the song also earned her a Grammy for best female rock vocal performance.
Pink and MTV host Damien Fahey look at the cover of her new album “I’m Not Dead” in 2006. Its singles included “Stupid Girls” and “Who Knew.”
Pink performs in Melbourne during a tour in 2007.
Pink films a music video in Los Angeles in 2008.
Pink poses for a photo after arriving to the ARIA Music Awards in Sydney in 2008. Her album release that year, “Funhouse,” included the hit song “So What.”
Pink performs at the Grammy Awards in 2010. She put out her first greatest-hits album that year, which also had some new material that included “Raise Your Glass.”
Pink and her husband, Carey Hart, arrive at the American Music Awards in 2010. She would soon give birth to their first child, daughter Willow.
Pink makes a promotional appearance for CoverGirl cosmetics in 2012. She released her sixth album that year, “The Truth About Love.” Its hit singles included “Just Give Me a Reason.”
Pink performs at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in 2012.
Pink is honored at Billboard’s annual Women in Music event in 2013.
Pink performs at the Grammys in 2014.
P!nk rides a bike in Los Angeles in 2014. Her daughter, Willow, is in the trailer behind it.
Pink performs at the Academy Awards in 2014. She sang “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” to honor the 75th anniversary of the film “The Wizard of Oz.”
A wax figure of Pink makes its debut at Madame Tussauds in New York in 2015.
Pink appears on “The Ellen Degeneres Show” in 2015 along with comedian Amy Schumer, left, and former US Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Pink embraces children in New York City while celebrating the nationwide launch of the UNICEF Kid Power initiative in 2015.
Pink performs at the Billboard Music Awards in 2016.
Pink appears with Pharrell Williams on an episode of the reality TV show “The Voice” in 2016.
Pink accepts the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. During her acceptance speech, she told the story of her 6-year-old daughter feeling unattractive because she believed she looked like a boy. The singer said she used it as a teachable moment to discuss androgynous artists who have found success, including herself. “Baby girl we don’t change, we take the gravel in the shell and we make a pearl,” Pink said. “And we help other people to change so that they can see more kinds of beauty.”
Pink performs on the side of a Los Angeles hotel for the 2017 American Music Awards. In 2017, she put out her seventh studio album, “Beautiful Trauma.” One of its songs, “What About Us,” was nominated for a Grammy.
Pink waves before singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl in 2018.
Pink poses with her husband and their children, Willow and Jameson, as she was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2019.
Pink performs at The BRIT Awards in 2019. That year, she put out her most recent studio album, “Hurts 2B Human.”
Pink kisses her son, Jameson, in a scene from her 2021 documentary “Pink: All I Know So Far.”