P!nk, or Alecia Beth Moore, is a professional singer, songwriter, dancer and actress. The 38-year-old has sold more than 47 million albums worldwide and some of her most famous accolades include three Grammy Awards, a Brit Award and also a Daytime Emmy Award. Billboard gave her the esteemed title of Woman of the Year in 2013 and she placed 10th on VH1’s list of 100 Greatest Women in Music.
But it may have been her more recent comments with The Guardian that have sparked mainstream attention.
Despite her marriage, Pink decided to open up about her sexuality.
The singer has two children with her husband Carey Hart whom she married back in 2006. But despite her monogamous relationship she says, ‘I never say never.’
In an interview with the Guardian, Pink remarked on how she looks to women like Miley Cyrus who are so open with their sexuality.
Miley Cyrus has been open with dating both men and women and doesn’t label her sexuality as straight or gay.
Pink said: ‘I think people like Miley … I feel like people are just less inclined to be labeled now, which I really like. That’s where I was always coming from. Just, leave it alone. I just wanna live my life.’
She continued: ‘I don’t need you to put me in a box or to figure me out or to figure out what I am. Cos I don’t know yet. And I never say never.’
Fans have long thought that Pink was lesbian and this internet troll was no different. He tweeted: ‘I stopped listening to your music when I found out u were a Lebanese.. God wanted man with woman..’
Pink, who is neither Lebanese or lesbian, could only laugh it off: ‘Hahahahaha sorry… What?!?!’ But it was during an acceptance speech at the VMAs earlier this year when Pink broke down all the gender fluid boundaries.
She recalled a story where she told her daughter about loving herself and becoming a person ‘who live[s] their truth, [and who] are probably made fun of every day of their life, and carry on, and wave their flag, and inspire the rest of us.’ She name dropped several examples such as Freddie Mercury, Janis Joplin, George Michael, Elton John, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Prince and Annie Lennox.