Two years after the release of her debut album, the pop rocker made her VMAs debut with a killer performance of "Just Like a Pill." Pink's black leather ensemble, edgy pixie cut and middle finger proved she was a force to be reckoned with in the music biz.
Pink's biggest fans had already witnessed her now-signature acrobatic act on tour, but she performed it for the first time on television in 2009. Singing "Sober," the recording artist didn't miss a single note as she flew through the air upside down.
On this day in Pink history, the songstress perfected her aerial skills with a stunning rendition of "Glitter in the Air." There's no doubt it went down as one of the greatest performances in Grammy history.
Pink's athleticism was put to the ultimate test at the 2012 AMAs, and boy did she pass with flying colors. Singing "Try," the musician was joined by a male dance partner who at one point lifted Pink above his shoulders as she hit the splits.
Pink received a standing ovation for her performance of "Try" during Music's Biggest Night in 2014. The Cirque du Soleil-inspired piece concluded with an outfit change as she took the stage alongside Nate Reuss for "Just Give Me a Reason.
Pink took her Cirque de Soleil-inspired routine to new heights (literally) when she belted out "Beautiful Trauma" on the exterior of the JW Marriott hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
The pop star let her amazing vocals do all the talking when she took the Grammys stage dressed simply in oversized denim and a white T-shirt. A sign language interpreter performed "Wild Hearts Can't Broken" alongside Pink.