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September 8, 1979
United States
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In the Beginning

Alecia Beth Moore, more commonly known as Pink, was born on September 8, 1979, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Her parents separated early on in her life after a series of marital problems, an issue that she would later grow to write about in her music. She began singing and writing music in high school, competing in fun competitions and writing in order to release feelings of angst. At 14 years old, she adopted the stage name “Pink”, which had already been a long-time nickname based on the extreme character Mr. Pink in the movie “Reservoir Dogs”. Pink wrote and sang about personal things that affected her emotionally, and she began performing her music at downtown clubs. At 16 years old, she joined a band named “Choice” that released a song that was featured on a kid's film, and soon after that, she went solo.

Career Accomplishments

Pink's band “Choice” kickstarted her career, but it became clear early on that the other girls in the band would only hold her back. After she launched her solo career in 1998, she began working with well-known producers like Babyface and Kandi Burruss. She released her first solo single “There You Go” in 2000, and it became her first top ten hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The album that followed was called “Can't Take Me Home”, and was certified Double Platinum. Soon after the release of that first album, Pink won Billboard's Female New Artist of the Year and began touring with NSYNC for their tour. Her next hit came in 2001 when she teamed up with big names Christina Aguilera, Mya and Lil' Kim for a cover of “Lady Marmalade” on the soundtrack of  “Moulin Rouge!”. The song won Pink her first Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. Pink's next album was called “Missundaztood”, and was launched as a dark answer to the accusation that Pink was just another pop act. With several record-setting and chart-topping hits on the album, it remains Pink's best-selling record and helped earn her the top spot on the Female Billboard 200 Artist of 2002. “Try This” and “I'm Not Dead” were her next two albums, neither of which garnered near as much success as those that were launched before. Still, the years during the launches of these records saw her team up with several big names for music videos and tours – like Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Simpson, Mary-Kate Olson, Justin Timberlake, and India. Arie. Her next single “So What” quickly launched her back to the top, and became a number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 list. She toured the following years and gained a lot of success at her acrobatic performances on stage while singing. Since then, her latest albums have been widely successful, earning her several Grammy Nominations and other awards.

Most Known For

Pink is most well known for her dark, real and powerful vocals, specifically in her albums “Can't Take Me Home” and “Missundaztood”. Her most famous tracks include “There You Go”, “Most Girls”, “Lady Marmalade”, “Get the Party Started”, “Just Like a Pill”, “Raise Your Glass” and “Just Give Me A Reason”. She's known for bucking the system in her appearance, straying away from more conventional or traditional looks and trending toward more daring and outlandish appearances – spiking and coloring her hair, wearing dreadlocks, and dressing in a very eclectic way.

Where Is He Now

Pink continues to top charts with her music but hasn't recorded or released an album since joining efforts with another artist to form the band “You+Me” in 2014.

Pink Net Worth

Net Worth
Net Worth in 2021 $200 Million
Annual Earnings N/A
Assets N/A

Pink Profile

Basic Info
Full Real Name Pink
Date of Birth
September 8, 1979
Age 41
Birthday 8-Sep
Yers of Birth 1979
Nick Name N/A
Family Name N/A
Birth Place Doylestown, PA
Residence N/A
Gender Female
Profession Singer
Country United States
Nationality American
Ethnicity English, German, Irish and Scottish descent
Religion Jewish

Pink is widely outspoken regarding her support of PETA and as an animal activist and claims to be “mostly” vegan. Other efforts that she openly supports include LGBT rights and same-sex marriage, Human Rights Campaign, ONE Campaign, Save the Children and UNICEF. Pink is married to Motocross driver Carey Hart. The two met in 2001 and married in Costa Rica in 2006. Though they split in early 2008, they sought counseling and officially reconciled in 2010. She's open about the struggles in their relationship, as she writes about them frequently in her music. The two gave birth to a little girl named Willow in June 2011.

Personal Life
Marital Status Married
Partner N/A
Spouse Carey Hart
No Of Children 2
Son(s) Jameson Moon Hart
Daughter(s) Willow Sage Hart
Physical Stats
Height (in feets) 5 Feet 3 Inches
Height (in meters) 1.63 m
Weight (in kgs) 54 KG
Weight (in lbs) 160 lbs
Bust Waist Hip N/A
Measurements N/A
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Hazel
Shoe Size N/A
Tatoo N/A
Father Jim Moore
Mother Judith Moore
Brother(s) Jason Moore
Sister(s) N/A
Garndfather N/A
Grandmother N/A
Sun Sign Virgo
Star Sign Virgo
Birth Sign Duality Passive
Birth Sign Modality Mutable Earth
Highest Qulification N/A
University N/A
College Moore College of Art and Design
High School Lenape Middle School, Central Bucks High School West
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