Born on September 8, 1979, as Alecia Beth Moore Hart, Pink is a 44-year-old highly regarded artist celebrated for her diverse talents. She is a versatile American actress, singer, and songwriter, boasting a substantial net worth of $200 million.
During her formative years, P!nk played a pivotal role in the girl group Choice. Her inaugural solo album, “Can’t Take Me Home,” made its debut in 2000 and achieved the esteemed status of double-platinum in the United States. This remarkable feat was driven by her incorporation of R&B influences and the ascent of chart-topping singles like “There You Go” and “Most Girls” on the Billboard Hot 100.
Moreover, Pink’s global acclaim reached new heights with the collaborative sensation “Lady Marmalade” from the “Moulin Rouge!” soundtrack. This track dominated international charts, firmly establishing her as a prominent figure in the music industry.
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|Full Name:||Alecia Beth Moore Hart|
|Born:||8 September 1979 (age 44 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Education:||Moore College of Art and Design, Central Bucks High School West, Lenape Middle School|
|Parents:||Jim Moore, Judith Moore|
|Spouse:||Carey Hart (m. 2006)|
|Boyfriend • Partner:||Todd Morse, Colt Prattes, Tommy Lee (2003), Kristanna Loken (2003), Joey Fatone (2000), Treach|
|Children:||Willow Sage, Jameson Moon|
|Occupation:||Actress • Singer|
|Net Worth:||$200 million|