She’s been at the top of her game ever since bursting onto the music scene almost 20 years ago.
And Pink proved just why she’s one of the best as she put on an powerful and electrifying performance at the BRIT Awards 2019 amid her Outstanding Contribution To Music prize.
The What About Us? hitmaker, 39, took to the stage to close the evening and pulled out all the stops to ensure it was a performance to remember.
Singing a medley of hits, the mum-of-two at first took to the stage in a fluffy dressing gown, belting out her newest single Walk Me Home.
She then switched things up by donning a red feathered cloak and took to the air in an aerial hoop as she performed her popular hit Just like Fire, complete with dramatic flame special effects.
Things were more dramatic when she later sang her epic anthem Try, in which she shared the stage with just one dancer.
The duo then put on a sensual display, which was made even more stunning with additional rain effects and eye-catching projections.
Pink displayed her stunning vocals during the homage to her singing career, singing a plethora of hits including Just Give Me A Reason, where she was joined by Bastille’s Dan Smith, filling in for singer Nate Ruess.