Magic Mike heartthrob Channing Tatum has lastly met his match: P!nk, the daredevil singer who just lately carried out “Beautiful Trauma” whereas dangling off a skyscraper. In the only’s new music video, P!nk and Tatum staff as much as take down gender roles.
At first, “Beautiful Trauma” — cowritten by Jack Antonoff — focuses on P!nk and Tatum’s not-so-picture-perfect relationship. She performs his home spouse; he performs her stoic husband ready for dinner. Then she catches him secretly making an attempt on her costume, and nothing is ever the identical once more.
Just as “Beautiful Trauma” destroys stereotypes, P!nk shared the same message of acceptance on the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards final August. When she accepted the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, one of many evening’s most prestigious honors, she instructed the viewers a gorgeous story about her daughter. Willow, 6, was fearful she “[looked] like a boy with lengthy hair.”
P!nk’s full response deserves a standing ovation, however here is a very badass spotlight.
I stated, ‘Do you see me rising my hair?’ She stated, ‘No mama.’ I stated, ‘Do you see me altering my physique?’ ‘No mama.’ ‘Do you see me altering the best way I current myself to the world?’ ‘No mama.’ ‘Do you see me promoting out arenas all around the world?’ ‘Yes mama.’ … We take the gravel and the shell and we make a pearl, and we assist different folks to alter in order that they’ll see extra sorts of magnificence.
Moments later, MTV News correspodent Gaby Wilson caught up with P!nk backstage to search out out what Willow considered her mother’s empowering speech.