* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Australians Love Pink]]: She is the most successful concert act in UsefulNotes/{{Australia}}n history, having had 17 sold-out shows in Melbourne, a city of less than 4 million. It's no wonder that her recent live album and [=DVDs=] were recorded in Australia.
* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic:
** "Sober". One could call it one of the best pop songs of the past ten years and not be inaccurate. Her voice on that track is some of her best work.
** "Glitter in the Air." Especially her live performance at the 2010 Grammys.
** "Try", complete with an awesome music video where she performs an interpretive dance.
* BrokenBase:
** There are those who hate her first album but love her rockier sound, and then there are those who only like her first album and hate the rest of them.
** There are, of course, a good number of fans who like all her albums. But you'll rarely hear her current fans say that "Can't Take Me Home" is their favorite. The fact that P!nk has openly criticized her first album and basically rebelled against everything it stood for with her second doesn't help matters.
** Her third album, ''Try This'', which is her lowest-selling album to date, with no major hits to its name. It's seen by some as a cool new direction, involving punk and soul elements, while others find it boring and say P!nk tries too hard to come off as edgy and a badass throughout the album.
** "Stupid Girls" is either a great girl power anthem encouraging young women to cultivate their minds, or else a backhanded piece of SlutShaming. Others feel that the song is fine on its own but the music video turns it into a BrokenAesop - where the [[RealWomenDontWearDresses girly stuff like makeup and dolls]] is associated with stupidity and the tomboyish stuff is associated with ambition.
* CrazyAwesome: In particular, her increasing inclusion of circus aerial performance in her live concerts.
* EarWorm: Quite a few.
* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments:
** Many of her music videos have a comedic element, but "Stupid Girl" takes the cake.
** In "Raise Your Glass", Pink is seen in bed with a young nun, and is quickly reciting a prayer of thanks.
* HeartwarmingInHindsight:
** "Please Don't Leave Me" with the knowledge that she and Carey Hart did get back together.
** "So What" as well. Despite the song being about getting over a harsh breakup, the man that inspired it starred in the video and got back together with Pink.
** "Family Portrait" ended up becoming an anthem for children in broken homes, and encouraged many of them to speak to their parents about how they feel.
* [[HoYay Les Yay]]: "Oh My God" is P!nk and openly bisexual {{Music/Peaches}} singing to each other about girl-on-girl bondage. It has lines like "Problem solved/it's dissolved/with the solvent known as spit/Lickity lick not so quick it's a/Slick ride/make my mink slide/'Cause we're all pink inside". Also in the video for "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)", which has P!nk in a triangle with a married couple while being extremely ambiguous about which of them she's actually attached to.
* NightmareFuel:
** The aforementioned bathtub scene in "F**kin' Perfect." Made even worse by the fact that it looks like the girl is ''dead.''
** The music video for "Please Don't Leave Me". An abused man tries to leave his wife, ignoring her pleads. He slips and falls down a flight of stairs, setting up his fate for the video. Anytime he tries to leave, something horrible happens to him, preventing him from leaving. The last time he tries to leave, Pink grabs an ax and charges after him with it. The whole video reeks of ''Literature/{{Misery}}'' and ''Literature/TheShining'' to boot.
** While her aerial performances are CrazyAwesome, it is scary to imagine if there is a mishap that happen especially since she doesn't do it with a safety harness.
* SignatureSong: "Get the Party Started".
* {{Squick}}:
** The attempted bathtub suicide in "F**kin Perfect." The girl doesn't just cut herself, she carves the word "perfect" into her arm, with what look like half inch deep cuts.
** The milking scene in "Raise Your Glass".
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: After a concert in Glasgow at least one newspaper the next day ran a story about outraged parents that had taken their young children to see her some how not knowing that her lyrics can be rather rude.
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