Prime Video has released the first trailer for Pink’s upcoming documentary, and it’s a tear-jerker.

Directed and produced by The Greatest Showman’s Michael Gracey, All I Know So Far will follow the pop icon as she embarks on her Beautiful Trauma World Tour, which became the second highest-grossing tour of all time by a female artist.

According to a synopsis, the film “welcomes audiences to join her chosen family while trying to balance being a mom, a wife, a boss and a performer,” and mixes footage from “the road, behind-the-scenes interviews and personal material.”

To coincide with All I Know So Far, Pink released a single of the same name in which she imparts some wisdom to her nine-year-old daughter, Cover Me in Sunshine hit-maker Willow Sage Hart.

It’s classic Pink and a gorgeous addition to her already-iconic discography.

In the cinematic video, which we hailed as Pink’s best video (so far), the entertainer tells the story of her life, from her rebellious childhood to the trials and tribulations in her marriage to motocross racer Carey Hart.

Featuring guest spots from Ugly Betty’s Judith Light and Cher (the Cher!), the Dave Meyers-directed video references several eras throughout Pink’s legendary career, from Can’t Take Me Home to M!ssundaztood and Funhouse.

Upon release, the track topped the iTunes charts in several countries worldwide, including the United States, Australia and New Zealand.

All I Know So Far will be included on Pink’s first ever live album, All I Know So Far: Setlist. It will feature live versions of various chart-topping hits from the Beautiful Trauma World Tour, as well as some fan-favourite covers.

The album will be released on iTunes and streaming services on 21 May, the same day the documentary drops on Prime Video – watch the trailer below.

Pink is on course to snag her 21st top 10 single in the UK this week with her Rag’n’Bone Man collaboration Anywhere Away From Here.

The stars performed the heart-wrenching piano ballad at this year’s BRIT Awards, with backing vocals provided by the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust Choir, to widespread critical acclaim.

The original version of Anywhere Away From Here is sitting comfortably at number one on iTunes in the UK, while the Lewisham and Greenwich live version ranks at number three.

Because she’s keeping us fed this year, Pink is also performing at this year’s Billboard Music Awards, where she will be honoured with the Icon Award.

“As a little girl, I always dreamed about being a singer and sharing my love of music with the world. Years later, to receive the Billboard Music Awards Icon Award is hard to fathom,” said Pink.

“I feel so honored to join the ranks of music idols like Cher, Garth Brooks, Janet Jackson and Stevie Wonder. It’s a true ‘pinch me’ moment and I feel humbled and blessed.”