Grammys 2018: Pink gives soul-touching performance
Even after losing out to Ed Sheeran in the best pop solo performance category, Pink has left her mark on the 2018 Grammys
Even after losing out to Ed Sheeran in the best pop solo performance category, Pink has left her mark on the 2018 Grammys. Known for his over-the-top award show performances, Pink took to the stage to perform 'Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken' from her 2017 album 'Beautiful Trauma'. Wearing a white over-the-shoulder shirt and denim jeans, the musician ditched her aerial acts to evoke an emotional performance.
She was joined by a sign language interpreter, who also dressed in a white shirt and jeans. Pink's power vocals took the centre stage as she nailed the impossibly high notes at the song's emotional climax. Finally, the singer ended the performance by signing the song's lyrics alongside the interpreter in solidarity.
The song was seen as a timely choice for the Grammy Awards amid the ongoing 'Me Too' movement against sexual abuse and harassment. The vocalist's single 'What about Us' was nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance, but lost to Sheeran's 'Shape of You'. In her illustrious career, the singer has won three Grammys from 19 nominations.
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