Pinks Net Worth 2019, Early Life, Married Life, Career and Achievements
Pinks Net Worth – Lauded as one of the most deceptively talented singers of her generation, Pink ‘s strong and powerful vocals have earned her laurels and accolades right across the music fraternity
Pink’s real name is Alecia Beth Moor who was born on September 8, 1979, in Pennsylvania.
His mother, Judy Moore who worked as an emergency room nurse. Her father, Jim Moore, was an insurance salesman.
Pink has described herself as “Irish-German-Lithuanian-Jew” and she identifies herself as Jewish.
Before she was 10 years old, her parents divorced because of marital problems.
Pink attended Central Bucks High School West. She developed her voice since she was a kid.
She joined her first band called “Middleground” during the high school year.
The band disbanded because losing to competition.
Married Life and Family:
Carey Jason Phillip Hart began dating Pink after they met in Philadelphia at the 2001 X games and the couple dated for about 4 years. Pink pulled off a surprising stunt when she proposed to him in 2005 with a pit board during one of his races at Mammoth Lakes California. She was reported to be holding a card which read “will you marry me” but Carey immediately brushed her off it was only when she wrote again “am serious” that Hart pulled out of the race to pick Pink up and raise her up.
The pair in February 2008 separated, but during the separation, Carey Lost his brother Tony to injuries from a motor cross accident in August 2008. In another twist, Hart suggested in March 2009 that he and Pink had begun dating again and were working things out. He also went further to say that for a couple to move forward you might need to take a couple of steps back.
Pink also went forward to reiterate in April of the same year that they were in marriage counseling and were never divorced. On a brighter note, the couple in June 2011 welcomed their first child a girl named Willow Sage.
Pink formed an R&B girl band “Choice” with Chrissy Conway and Stephanie Galligan.
The group recorded a song titled “Key to My Heart” to send it to LaFace Records which impressed L.A. Reid.
“Choice” got a contract with the label and moved to Atlanta.
However, the album was not released but the song “Key to My Heart” became the soundtrack of a film “Kazaam” in 1996.
L.A. Reid suggested Pink continue music career as a solo artist. Pink decided to follow the suggestion.
Then, the group disbanded and Pink signed a solo contract with the label and began to work for her solo album.
In 2000, Pink released her debut song “There You Go” which became an immense hit. The song peaked at number 7 at the Billboard chart.
In the same year, she released her debut album “Can’t Take Me Home”. The album became a hit immediately. It peaked at number 26 in the chart of “Billboard 200”.
Furthermore, her debut album certified double platinum by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America).
The second single of the album “Most Girls” peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. In the same year, she joined the tour of boyband “NSYNC” in their “No Strings Attached Tour”.
In 2001, Pink released a cover song “Lady Marmalade” in collaboration with Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim and Mya. The song was a huge success and it even earned Pink the “Grammy Award” for the first time in her career.
In 2002, Pink had her first concert tour called “Party Tour”. In the same year, she was named as the “Top Female Billboard 200 Artist”.
She appeared in a film with a minor role of “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” in 2003.
She embarked another tour “Try This Tour” to promote her third album.
The superstar has sold a record number of over 40 million albums and has a staggering net worth of around $70 million.