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"I'm not contagious, I promise": Pink lifts the roof in the first show



  From the hospital and back on stage, the star delivers the goods in an emphatic style.

From the hospital and back on stage, the star delivers the goods in an emphatic style.

This is not a show for those who get sick easily. Even observing pink can cause stomach aches, even more so than when she turns over the floor and her neck and ankles are worn only by the feet of a dancer to whom she must entrust her life.

What passes through Pink's stomach as she hurls and spins around the arena for much of the two-hour show is hard to imagine, but it's a wonder she's not constantly dizzy. (19659006) Swinging From A Chandelier (Take That, Sia!) To The Safe Fire Opener Get The Party Started She looked pleased to be the first to stand on stage for her after being hospitalized last week and their schedule plunged into chaos. "I'm not contagious, I promise," she told the crowd. "I hope I did not mess up anyone's week, I'm sorry if I did, but we'll have fun tonight."

Her feet touched the ground for Beautiful Trauma but she did not stay still. A lavish dance propelled the title track of their latest album, which set the tone for the coming night: alternately funny, rude, angry, sad and sexy.

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[19659006] Pink dating back to hits dating back to 2001 was familiar in their best leading rousing rendition of just like a pill and Who knew early in set to Raise Your Glass and Blow Me towards the end. Most emphatic was Funhouse which was always geared towards creating a riot, but when it merged with No Doubts Just A Girl it felt like it could become a #Metoo army build up.

Pink opens on tour with her children.

A cover of Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit made her roll out Just Like Fire brought the greatest pyrotechnics (eyebrows were in the front row at risk) and vocal bombing, and there was a touch of politics in What about us?

There was a spectacle for the new tracks, which had not even had a decade of airplay. The Matrix-style battle scene against a giant inflated doll by Eminem made the sassy Revenge memorable, while the final single Secrets was a backdrop to the nerve-racking and sensual night of the night

The biggest moves came to an end when Pink became a human slingshot for So What and swept over all parts of the arena and stumbled and staggered on the way there.

Maybe they were not contagious, but the conversation was certainly.


– Sydney Morning Herald


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