Pink Whips Up a Storm at Secret Gig
The star wows fans with hits, pole-dancers and good banter...
Pink treated fans to an explosive performance last night (March 22), at a secret gig in London.
The star took to the stage at 9pm dressed in a red frock, black suit jacket and massive sunglasses, with part-pink-part-blonde curly hair and a dominatrix whip in her hand.
Shortly after Pink said her hellos to the roaring, intimate crowd of invited fans and competition winners, two pole-dancers - two of Pinks personal favourites from a club in LA apparently " joined her on stage, one on each side, and the rip-roaring backing band got the party started.
The set-list included several tracks from Pinks new album Im Not Dead, including the title track ('I'm Not Dead'), A Long Way To Happy, and a rousing acoustic version of Dear Mr President in which she questions how the President can sleep at night while so many mothers are crying.
Pink also got her hits out, with Just Like A Pill, Trouble, Get The Party Started and Stupid Girls all getting a rinsing. The latter was complete with a full-on dance routine from the lady herself and her two saucy dancers who had now changed into stupid girl outfits (mini skirts, pigtails and push-up bras).
As well as being in great voice, Pink was also on great form, joking with fans about wanting to get naked, grabbing and playing with toys and flags that were being held aloft, and having the odd spontaneous bash on her drummers drum-kit. Oh and the drummer was totally unbelievable, for any drummers out there.
Pink thanked her record label Sony BMG for the six bottles of vodka, champagne, and stripper pole, that they had waiting for her backstage at the venue - Dingwalls in London - which perhaps explains her playful banter.
It was a top show and emphatic return from the Pink one. If only Id managed to sneak into her post-show pole party...