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Pink is having a great February. The pop superstar received her star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame earlier this month and is set to receive the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award during today’s BRIT Awards, making Pink the first international artist to receive the honour. Pink’s appearance at tonight’s big show, which you can watch on MUCH at 10E/7P, will include a closing performance, one that will possibly include the superstar’s new single “Walk Me Home,” which was just released today.
The upbeat love track has Pink reuniting with her “Just Give Me a Reason” duet partner Nate Reuss, who co-wrote the new song with Pink along with songwriter Scott Harris. Releasing the lyric video on Wednesday, Pink sings about her desire to work things out in her relationship, good news for her husband of 13 years, Carey Hart.
“Walk Me Home” is the first single from Pink’s upcoming eighth studio album Hurts 2B Human, which will be released in April. The album acts as the pop star’s follow-up to her 2017 album Beautiful Trauma, which the three-time Grammy winner is continuing to tour with and promote. Pink recently announced a second leg of the Beautiful Trauma Tour, adding another year of dates, including April 5 and 6 in Vancouver, May 13 and 14 in Toronto, and May 17 and 18 in Montreal.
Pink announced her new music while appearing on The Ellen Show this month, confirming that she’s shooting a video for her new single “Walk Me Home” with Michael Gracey, who directed the Oscar-winning film The Greatest Showman. So, expect A LOT of Pink flying off a trapeze in this video. We assume there will be very little walking. The collaboration feels especially fitting considering the new song’s theatrical sound, with a booming, marching baseline that feels like it could have easily fit in the 2017 musical film.
Wednesday’s BRIT Awards will feature an opening performance from The Greatest Showman star Hugh Jackman, so keep an eye out for a possible cameo from this year’s Outstanding Contribution to Music Award winner Pink.
Watch the 2019 BRIT Awards on Wednesday, February 20 at 10E/7P on MUCH.