Pink on GMA (Video) Live Interview, Concert Performance ‘What About Us’ and ‘Beautiful Trauma’

Here’s the video of Pink on ‘Good Morning America.’ See the full live interview and performance of What about Us’ and ‘Beautiful Trauma’ by the Grammy-Award winning pop music superstar at the GMA Times Square Studio . The replay and more details are below.




Pink performed in support of her seventh studio album, ‘Beautiful Trauma’ which was released to critical acclaim on Friday, October 13 via RCA Records. The highly anticipated album is her first in five years, since the critically acclaimed ‘The Truth About Love’ which was released in 2012. She recently announced her 2018 ‘Beautiful Trauma World Tour’ which will take her to 40 cities in North America and also includes a leg in Australia and New Zealand. It is set to kick off on March 1st in Phoenix and wrap on September 5th in Auckland, New Zealand.

In the interview, Pink opened up about her new album and also addressed personal topics including home and family life with her husband of 11 years, former professional motorcross star Carey Hart and the couple’s two young children. She spoke of what it’s like to tour with her family, and said, ““It’s insane. My dressing room looks a lot different now, there’s a lot of cuddly, plush shaggy things. It’s really fun. There’s hard times and beautiful moments.”

She performed the album’s lead single, ‘What about Us’ which has gone on to become a Billboard Hot 100 Top 20 hit. She also performed ‘Beautiful Trauma,’ the album’s title track.

See the complete replay below along with photos from Twitter and Instagram.

Interview

‘What about Us’

‘Beautiful Trauma’

Raising our glass this morning for our friend @pink! ??????????She's performing LIVE right here in Times Square!

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The episode was broadcast originally on Monday, October 16, 2017.

Photo credit: Allison (CC BY-SA 2.0) (cropped)

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Pink on GMA (Video) Live Interview, Performance ‘What About Us’ and ‘Beautiful Trauma’

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