The singer spoke out against the "very sexist rules" facing the Norwegian team.
At many awards show, the “Glitter in the Air” Icon Award winner has dazzled with her gymnastics, and this time, Willow Sage Hart joined in.
When asked about her thoughts on the #FreeBritney movement, Pink said she wishes she "could have reached out and gave her a hug."
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Pink reveals the best advice she got about the faux rivalry with her female pop star peers.
Pink took to Instagram to share that she's had a rough 2020, one that included fracturing her ankle.
There were several big acts during "The Disney Holiday Singalong" on Monday, night but it was Pink's daughter Willow who stole the show.
Lovato said she’s gained inspiration from what’s going on in the world in her new approach to songwriting, but for “Commander in Chief” she looked to another artist.
"I identify more as a Republican, but their morals are b******t," Hart fired back at critics who said his pop star wife shouldn't get political.
"He and I have been at this a long time, and it is our relentless and stubborn idealism that keeps us together," Pink wrote on her Instagram
"I always wondered why God gave me thunder thighs," Pink wrote alongside a photo of herself wakesurfing. "It's cause he knew I'd use them."
Amy Schumer is among those mocking the turnout at Donald Trump's Tulsa rally.
In a revealing conversation about mental health, Pink said couple's counseling has kept her marriage intact.
Many celebs have joined the crowds protesting police brutality following the death of George Floyd.
The pop star responded to negative comments after she attended a protest following the death of George Floyd.
She went on to say she can’t wait to vote him out in the November election, adding, “Maybe you’ll see the results from your baby bunker.”
Salma Hayek and Will Smith are showing off their gray roots as stars prioritize their health over trips to the hairdresser.
Carey Hart details "intense" situation with Pink and Jameson battling COVID-19.
In a new interview, the singer talks about the “terrifying” experience and reveals that she thought she was going to die.
Pink and her 3-year-old son had shown COVID-19 symptoms for days.
The singer continues to be vocal on social media about the importance of social distancing
For Hollywood’s entertainers, the show will go on amid the coronavirus pandemic — even if the venues have changed.
The retired motocross star — and husband of Pink — is not letting the coronavirus keep him from the Daytona Supercross.