Pink delivered a mind-blowing performance at last night’s BRIT Awards.
The American singer-songwriter received the prestigious award for Outstanding Contribution to Music, which hasn’t been presented to a performer since the 2012 ceremony.
She made history by becoming the first international artist to receive the honour.
“Thank you so much for having me,” she told the O2. “It’s been 16 years since I was at the Brits. To be considered in the same category as David Bowie, The Beatles, Sir Elton, Sir Paul, Eurythmics, Fleetwood Mac…
“The fans have always had my back. It’s been an amazing journey, from busking on the street, to playing Dingwalls, to playing Wembley Stadium, it’s so exciting.”
Shortly after, Pink performed a medley of her biggest classics such as Try, Just Give Me a Reason, Just Like Fire, What About Us, as well as her massive new pop anthem Walk Me Home, the lead single from her upcoming eighth studio album.
The performance received universal acclaim from critics. Watch below.
Pink’s eighth album, Hurts 2B Human, will be her first since her 2017 release Beautiful Trauma, which topped the charts in countries such as the UK, US, Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland.
It’s been certified platinum in the US and 2xPlatinum in the UK. Not bad in the age of streaming eh?
Hurts 2B Human is due for release this April.
Since her debut in 2000, Pink has won three Grammy Awards, a Daytime Emmy Award, sold 57 million albums and has 15 top ten singles in the US and 19 in the UK. She also received the prestigious Michael Jackson Vanguard Award at the VMAs.
Walk Me Home is now available on iTunes and streaming services. Listen below.