At age 16, Pink signed with LaFace Records.
In 2007, Pink held a concertin Wales called PAW (Party for Animals Worldwide).
Pink became a spokesperson for the Australia's Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA). Theycampaign to encourage teenagers to be kinder to animals.
Pink did gymnastics for eight years.
On June 2 2011, Pink announced via Twitter that she had given birth to her and husband Carey Hart's first child, Willow Sage Hart. While she wanted to have a natural birth, after two nights of labor she decided to consent to a Cesarean section.
Pink's Live in Australia DVD became the highest selling DVD in Australian history, selling 170,000 copies in pre-orders alone. It is currently certified 28 times platinum in Australia.
After months of speculation, Pink confirmed on the Ellen DeGeneres Show that she is pregnant with her first child on the 17 November 2010. She stated that she was nervous about discussing the pregnancy, as she had had a miscarriage before.
After 11 sold out concerts in Brisbane during her Funhouse Tour, Pink had a bathroom named in her honour, which she signed 'Don't forget to wipe'.
On 15 July 2010, Pink suffered an on-stage accident where she was dragged off stage and thrown against a steel barrier, due to her harness not properly connected. The show ended immediately and she was rushed to hospital, however was soon released and did not suffer any injuries.
Pink is left-handed.
Pink originally wanted to name her new album Heartbreak is a Motherf*cker but the record label rejected the name because of fear that sales would be down due to offensive language.
Pink overdosed on a cocktail of different drugs- smoking marijuana, drinking beer, taken cocaine, ketamine, crystal meth, angel dust, and nitrous oxide (happy gas)- at a Philidalphia nightclub, on Thanksgiving, in 1995. Pink said this was her wake up call, as she thought she was going to die. Pink has said that she was clean after that.
Pink's Live in Europe DVD became the 6th highest selling DVD for 2007 in Australia.
In 2002, Pink won an award for "The Best Belly Button", at the Conexion MTV Awards, in Latin America.
In Australia, Pink's album I'm Not Dead has been certified 8x Platinum, and has sold 560,000+ copies.
When asked what her friends call her while appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Pink said that her friends call her: Cheech, Chee-chee Marie, Fat momma, Pink, Alecia, Lesh, and Leech.
Pink lent her name to PlayStation to promote the special edition Pink PSP.
In Australia, Pink's I'm Not Dead tour sold about 307,000 tickets, breaking Kylie Minogue's previous record. Altough only seven shows for the tour were announced for Australia, the demand was so high the the total amount of shows rose to thirty-seven. Majority of these shows were sold out.
Pink belonged to a band in high school called "Middle Ground".
At the MTV Australia Video Music Awards, Pink won awards in the following categories: "Best Female Artist" - U + Ur Hand and "Download of the Year" - Who Knew.
Pink is an asthmatic.
In 2007 Pink's bulldog Elvis, who was a gift from long-time friend Lisa Marie Presley, drowned in her swimming pool.
Pink is an activist for the animal-rights organization PETA. In December 2006, Pink appeared in an animal rights group video branding the practice of sheep mulesing in Australia as "sadistic". In January 2007 she publicly backed down from her call to boycott Australian wool over animal cruelty claims, admitting she failed to fully research the issue. On January 17th, she admitted she was misinformed about the issue and had failed to do enough research.
Pink attended Central Bucks West High, graduating in the class of 1997.
Pink parodied Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Mary-Kate Olsen, Jessica Simpson, Hilary Duff, Nicole Richie and several other Hollywood celebrities on the music video for her single Stupid Girls, in which she deplored the lack of good role models for girls (February 2006).
Pink got engaged to Carey Hart on June 26th, 2005, but their marriage unfortunately broke up in 2008. They did not get a divorce and underwent marriage councelling.
Pink follows a strict vegan lifestyle.
Pink dislikes horror movies.
Tattoos: on her shoulder (the guardian angel), on her wrist (what goes around comes around), on her left ankle (Chinese/Japanese symbol), on her right ankle (an anklet), on her inner left thigh ("Mr. Pink" or "Pink"), and on her hand (a red star between her index and thumb) and a barcode for her album M!ssundaztood on back of her neck.
Pink's parents are James Moore and Judy Kugel. James is a Vietnam Veteran. Pink also has an older brother named Jason and is the second cousin of actress/singer Mandy Moore.
Pink participates in the "Speak No Evil" ads in the fight to raise awareness for youth to fight AIDS.
Pink: When my mum kicked me out of the house, I had an opportunity to spend time with my dad, but I was so gone at that point that I wasted six months of my life I could have spent with my dad...that's the one regret in my whole life.
Pink: (on where her anger came from when she was young) My parents split up. My dad left and I figured out that I had a lot more freedom without him there. The house was a more peaceful place without them fighting all the time. So I did a lot of drugs, ran away from home and pretty much lost my mind...up until I was about 15 years old, when my mum kicked me out. I dropped out of high school, had a record deal six months later and haven't touched a drug since Thanksgiving of '95.
Pink: (on having her first child) Everyone gives you this terrifying picture of no sleep at all, bickering which leads to divorce...they made it sound like waterboarding. It's not that bad! I think I've cried more than she has and that's just because I'm emotional and a little nuts.
Pink: (on naming her daughter Willow) The willow is my favourite tree. I grew up near one. It's the most flexible tree in nature and nothing can break it...no wind, no elements, it can bend and withstand anything. I love that sentiment. I want that for her.
Pink: (on how teachers treated her and the effects of it) Did I deserve it? - in the end yes, but I feel I just conformed to the label they gave me. I think a lot of kids just get frustrated and act the way the teachers expect them to.
Pink: (on the use of bear fur) I have written to the Queen and told her that I want to her to stop the use of real fur on the hats worn by the Brigade of Guards at the Palace. One or two Canadian bears are killed for each hat and that's totally unnecessary when they could be wearing faux instead. I think the Queen will listen to me because there is no reason for the guards to continue to wear these when animals are being killed just so they look good. It's a work in progress.
Pink: (on Prince William) I wrote to him to protest about fox hunting and I figured he would be this stuffy, privileged a**hole. But he's like a redneck from the south. If you're brought up shooting and hunting animals, if you really think it's second nature and you're blasting away then it's hard to see the other point of view. You need educating.
Pink: (on her 2010 Grammy performance) When I walked out and I was nervous, my voice was shaking. Then when I get in the silks, I'm no longer thinking. My mind turns off and my voice turns on.
Pink: (revealing she once set her bedroom on fire during sex on Thanksgiving) We decided between six of us to drink three bottles of tequila before 11am, and when somebody was saying grace, I decided that the sweet potatoes should be on my father-in-law's head, so I dumped the bowl on his head. And then I set my bedroom on fire because me and (estranged husband) Carey [Hart] went upstairs to have sex and I left a cigarette in the oven mitt.
Pink: I've seen my dad cry four times in my life and one of them was when I played him Family Portrait. Mom cried for days and then it became this big thing: 'I didn't know you were so affected - Let's talk.' I'm like, 'It was just a song. I'm fine!
Pink (On the song, "Dear Mr. President"): Its a questioning song. I think that's one of my... more intelligent songs, mostly I write in a sort of way, "I think this, you think that, go to hell, your wrong." But with Dear Mr. President, its, "These are my questions, they're not theoretical." I think they're questions that a lot of people have, and we could probably use some answers. I feel you know, there's some opinions, MIXED in there, subtly, but mostly, it's just questioning.
Pink: (on impersonating Jessica Simpson, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan & the Olsen twins in "Stupid Girls") I have no idea what their reactions are to the video. I haven't heard anything yet, but to be honest, I don't really care. I would like to clarify that I do actually really like the Olsens. They are college girls, CEOs of their own companies - really smart girls. I'm attacking the general idea more than the people. I just used those people to explain what I meant.
Pink: I have never really encountered anybody that was rude to me. Well, not to my face anyway. Sometimes you might get the odd person in an entourage trying to show off, which does amuse me, but I don't really find them offensive because I don't really care. I've been really lucky because I've met some incredible people, like Steven Tyler and Linda Perry - all the people that I've worked with. I kind of sort through the bullshit and get straight to it.
Pink: (backing down on her call to boycott Australian wool products) I probably could have done a lot more research on my own. That's the lesson I'm taking from this. My message was, in my mind, boycott animal cruelty - not an entire industry, not Australia, obviously, because it's my favourite country. Then going back, I was speaking without thinking and I actually did say ban Australia, which is bullshit. It's not something that I can agree with.
Pink: People are always so surprised when they meet me. Firstly, that I'm 'so tiny', and secondly that I'm 'so sweet'. They seem surprised that they're not scared of me. The aggressive side of me comes across in my music, but I'm just a sweet girl.
Pink: My dad raised me with some good advice: 'Always tell the truth. Always shoot from the hip. You might not have many friends, but you'll never have enemies, because people will always know where you're coming from.
Pink: (when interviewing Matt Damon) Is there anything you want me to ask you, besides your phone number?