How much is Pink worth?
|Net Worth:||$200 Million
|Date of Birth:||September 8, 1979|
|Country:||United States of America|
Who Is Pink
Pink has established herself as a pop singer with a rock sensibility who isn’t afraid to go there. She proposed to her motocross racer boyfriend in the middle of a race with a giant “Will you marry me?” sign, aired her grievances about George W. Bush in her controversial song ‘Dear Mr. President,’ and dangled from the rafters for her ‘Glitter in the Air’ performance at the 2010 Grammy Awards. If there’s one thing this tattooed, outspoken diva isn’t, it’s the frilly, girly image that her stage name suggests.
American singer Pink has a net worth of $200 million dollars, as of 2020.
Pretty In Pink
Alecia Beth Moore grew up in Doylestown, Pennsylvania until she answered her calling in 1995 when she was 16. She joined girl group Choice and recorded an album titled Key to My Heart. The album’s title track was featured on the soundtrack to the 1996 movie Kazaam, but that was about as far as their success went. Moore headed out on her own in 1998 under the moniker P!nk, a tribute to a character in Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs.
She released her solo debut, Can’t Take Me Home, in 2000. Buoyed by hit singles like ‘There You Go’, ‘Most Girls’ and ‘You Make Me Sick,’ the record, produced in part by Babyface, earned a double platinum certification. The following year, Pink was back in the folds of a girl group—this time for a one-off collaboration. She along with Christina Aguilera, Mya and ‘Lil Kim recorded a cover of LaBelle‘s ‘Lady Marmalade’ for the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack. The single earned Pink her first Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration.
In 2001, Pink followed up with a sophomore effort titled M!ssundaztood with the help of producer Linda Perry of 4 Non Blondes fame. It was her middle finger to the music industry that she felt had forced her to fit into a pop star mold. But her new sound still proved to appeal to fans yielding hits like ‘Get the Party Started’, ‘Just Like a Pill’ and ‘Don’t Let Me Get Me.’
Lots Of Trouble
In 2003, she won her first solo Grammy for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for the single ‘Trouble’ off her third album, Try This. Afterwards, she took three years off before recording her fourth album. During that time, she split from her longtime boyfriend, motocross racer Carey Hart before they reconciled in 2005. That year, she proposed to him at a race in California by holding up a sign reading “Will you marry me? I’m serious!” He accepted and they married in Costa Rica in January 2006.
But their relationship hit a major bump when the couple separated in 2008. That same year, Hart made an ironic appearance in her music video for ‘So What’—a song that trashed their relationship with lyrics like “I don’t want you” and “you’re a tool.” But the separation proved to be temporary, and a year later, they were back together. The couple is expecting their first child, a baby girl, this spring.
Pink continues to churn out hits including a 2010 compilation album titled Greatest Hits…So Far!!!—the title emphasizing that she isn’t going anywhere. She’s a staunch animal right activist and a member of PETA as well as being involved in other charities like UNICEF and U2 front man Bono’s ONE Campaign.
Defining Quote “The problem was, I was labeled as trouble—so I was like, ‘trouble?’ I’ll show you trouble. You want trouble, well here it is!”