Skip to content


Your cart is empty

Article: 5 Things You May Not Know About P!nk

Alecia Moore

5 Things You May Not Know About P!nk

P!nk, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, is one of the biggest female artists — scratch that, one of the biggest artists, period! — of the 21st century.027297970625 She has sold more than 45 million albums and was Billboard’s 2013 Woman of the Year. You probably know she has won three Grammys and has performed at the Oscars, but did you know these fun facts? 1. Her stage name is inspired by three different things: an embarrassing class prank made her blush bright pink, friends picked her as the Steve Buscemi character, Mr. Pink, from the 1992 film Reservoir Dogs (because he was the smart one), and she wanted to reclaim it as a power color, especially since she was a tomboy. 2. She was signed to LaFace records at age 16 as part of the R&B/Pop group Choice. 3. P!nk proposed to her husband, Motocross star Carey Hart, at one of his races. 4. One of her hobbies is gardening: She loves to plant kale, strawberries, lettuce, tomatoes and more. 5. She can also play the drums.


Have more interesting facts about P!nk? Post them below!

Want to read some other interesting facts about Rockabye Baby artists? Check out our posts on Jay Z, The Clash, and Prince.

Leave a comment

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

All comments are moderated before being published.

Read more

Bear in Manhattan

Caption This: Bear in Manhattan + FREE Foo Fighters Download

New York, New York…what a city. Look at what interesting things you might encounter when you visit… CAPTION THIS IMAGE! We’d love to hear how you’d caption this image. Post yours below! And for s...

Read more
dealing with kids when you don't have them

How to Talk to Kids When You Don’t Have One

Kids! Either you love ’em, can’t stand ’em, or don’t really care. I myself, as I’ve mentioned before, am a bit of a childless mother; I LOVE kids but have none of my own as of right now (although I...

Read more