Pink is back in the limelight! Less than a week after hospitalization with "excruciating pain" in the midst of exhibition refusals, the "Whatever You Want" singer returned to the stage on Friday, August 10 to watch for fans at the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia. occur.
The singer also did not shy away from her high-profile moves: The Daily Telegraph reports that the 38-year-old performed her regular ceiling acrobatics singing hits, including "So What," "Just Like Fire" and "What's with us?"
"I want to touch all of you, I hope I did not screw anyone's week," she told the crowd. "Sorry if I did, but we're going to party tonight."
She was not joking: behind the scenes, she was hanging out with the actor Hugh Jackman and another pop star Katy Perry
"The Amazing @pink One of the best concerts I've ever seen," Jackman, 49, raved on his Instagram page on Saturday, August 11. "And she's sick all week." Inspiring. "
Pink spotted the shoot on her own Instagram page a few hours later and wrote, "Some people, if you can believe it, are even better in real life, this guy is one of those rare unicorns, and my daughter was also damn happy. "
Willow, 7, also stood in the middle of the game for a big-eyed photo with Perry, 33." Thank you @katyperry for coming to the show and pretending to be a lizard girl ", wrote Pink. "We love you darling!"
The musician opened to her followers the health problems that had forced her to cancel her show on Monday, August 6, in an emotional Instagram post on the same day. "On Monday we had absolutely planned to continue the show, and about 20 minutes before I went to the soundcheck, I was brought to the hospital in agonizing pain," wrote the Grammy winner. "That was the reason for the late cancellation."
She continued, "It was not available to anyone, and of course it was not so planned, I was released from the hospital [the] last night and doctors were following to get fluids and rest."
[19459016LiveNationtweetedmoredetailsforticketholders and found that the artist was hospitalized on 5 August for dehydration before being returned on Monday with a stomach virus for which she was hospitalized overnight.
The refusal came only three days after the "Moulin Rouge" Crooner defended herself from photographs of her time on the beach in Byron Bay with her family following the demolition of her August 3rd show
"I meticulously planned this tour and tried to do the best for my children while at the same time applying the best and most physically strenuous and beautiful show of my life," she wrote about her Beautiful Trauma World Tour . "This break in Byron is planned to be out of hotel and winter and spend some time with my children since 2017. I have been ill twice (including children) on this Australia tour but when we first got sick
She went on to make statements that she sagged, slamming, and added, "What these parasite paparazzi do not show you are two doctor visits to Byron for two consecutive days, antibiotics, steroids, vicks, nasal spray, throat spray, more steroids, NyQuil, a screaming baby in the dead of night Every night, while Mama gives him warm baths and tells her daughter, everything is alright … You can think whatever you want, it's your right, but I've never taken advantage of anyone in my entire life have mic I never struggled while I respect hard-working people who spend money watching me play. I have never called in a tour, I have an impeccable record because I did not cancel. I am a mother with everything I have while I handle the rest. The snark in it is incredible and makes me long for a better world. I do the best I can and believe it or not. "
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