Pink totally nailed the Australian accent while promoting her Summer Carnival tour in a new interview.
The American star, 44, spoke to Channel Nine’s Richard Wilkins about the Australian leg of her tour, which kicked off in epic style in Sydney on Friday night.
During the chat, Pink showed off her perfect Australian accent as she gushed about her love for the country, which she describes as her “second home.”
The singer joked that her Australian manager, Roger Davies, was criticizing her Australian accent, saying she adopts a New Zealand accent.
After saying she was “working on it”, Today show entertainment reporter Richard, 69, urged her to say something in an Australian accent so he could judge for himself.
Pink totally nailed the Australian accent while promoting her Summer Carnival tour in a new interview with Richard Wilkins on Nine.
Pink stunned with an Australian accent when she said: ‘How are things going at Sydney Rich?’
Richard assured her: ‘You sound more Australian than Kiwi!’
Pink continued to gush about her love for Australia after previously revealing she “researched” possible citizenship.
Richard told him: “You come onto the pitch like a hand in a glove and I love the way you do it.”
To which Pink, whose real name is Alecia Beth Moore, responded: “I was here five minutes and I learned a new saying: ‘she’ll be right.'”
“We started here doing clubs and this was the first place that really grabbed me,” he added.
Pink also teased what fans can expect from the Australian leg of her Summer Carnival tour and promised more death-defying stunts.
The American star, 44, (pictured in July) chatted to Richard about the Australian leg of his tour, which kicked off in epic style in Sydney on Friday night.
The singer is known for performing a variety of very daring acts during her concerts, including flying above the crowd while suspended in a harness.
He admitted that he always strives to find new and exciting things to do on stage to continue impressing audiences.
“I wanted to fly drones on a magic carpet, but they were worried that someone might hack it and take me and I thought, where are they going to take me?” she said.
Richard asked how long he would do the massive stunts, to which Pink insisted, “Forever!”
Earlier this week, Pink revealed her secret battle to perform her signature stunts on stage.
She has admitted that it hasn’t always been easy to get insurance brokers to let her do the stunts, as they have to approve before each tour.
She accused them of “age discrimination” for trying to stop her from performing those acts, arguing that they didn’t have a problem with it when she was younger.
Earlier this week, Pink revealed her secret battle to perform her death-defying stunts on stage, accusing insurance brokers of age discrimination for not wanting to allow her to do them.
‘Many times they have tried to say no; I told them they’re ageist,” she said. the Daily Telegraph.
“I told them to look at all these guys in the NFL who do all these crazy things and you lock them down, but someone pointed out that there are a lot of them, but only one of me and I can’t be replaced.
“But they still didn’t have any problems when I was 25, and now I’m stronger, I’m in the best shape of my life.”
Pink kicked off her Australian tour at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on Friday, but had a very eventful first show as she had to briefly stop the concert when a fan went into labour.
After watching a doctor remove a pregnant woman from her concert, the So What creator paused mid-performance of Our Song to see what was going on.
Once she discovered that the concert-goer was experiencing contractions, the mother of two eagerly tried to find out the sex of the baby.
‘Is Alicia or Alex being born? she asked, referencing her own birth name, from the stage.
Pink, who admitted she felt they shouldn’t be “watching” anymore, urged the crowd to give the woman some “privacy.”
Pink finally kicked off her Australian tour on Friday, but had an eventful first show as she had to briefly stop the concert when a fan went into labour.
‘Wow, Our Song, that was the one that did it. He wouldn’t have called that one! “I thought it would have been Get The Party Started or ‘Never Not Gonna Dance Again,'” he said.
‘That’s exciting. I don’t even know what to say. But we have to sing now. Good luck! It will be great! You’re going to do great,’ she shouted.
It’s not the first time a fan has gone into labor at one of his shows, as in August, a fan named Angela Mercer went into labor during his concert at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, and later welcomed a son.
The global star will travel across the country on her Australian tour for a series of shows before finishing in Queensland on March 23.
Pink was born and raised in the United States, but has become an ‘honorary Australian’ after breaking album and concert sales records in Australia.
According to a report in New Idea Last year, Pink hopes to start a “new chapter” in Australia with her family and is considering setting up a “base” in Australia.
He has long considered Australia a second home and let slip that he was “investigating” possible citizenship in February 2023.
Pink was born and raised in the United States, but has become an ‘honorary Australian’ after breaking concert and album sales records in Australia.
‘Australia will be a very special moment. Setting up their long-awaited dream base in Australia, where they can escape the winter months, will be just what the doctor ordered,” a source said.
“Last year I was thinking about applying for citizenship, I’m not even kidding,” he shared on 60 Minutes.
Pink added that she told her husband Carey Hart that they should move in with their children Willow, 12, and Jameson, seven.
‘I thought, if we go somewhere, Carey, that’s where we’ll go. So I was looking into it,” she added.