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Pink Gets Raw And Real In ‘Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken’ Video

As one of the most dynamic performers in pop history, it’s rare to see Pink stand still. The singer has literally soared through award show performances and concerts for years, even scaling the J.W. Marriott hotel in 2017 for the American Music Awards. If there’s a death-defying way to perform a pop song, Pink has done it and nailed her vocal performance in the process.

That’s why Sunday night’s Grammy Awards stood out for featuring a side Pink we don’t often see. Letting her incredible voice speak for itself with her new single “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken,” Pink kept her performance simple and powerful, singing the stunning ballad while dressed simply in a white tee and jeans, with her outfit showing solidarity for the Time’s Up movement. Instead of her usual team of back up dancers, Pink was joined on stage by a sign language interpreter who performed the new track along with her.

Now less than 24 hours after her quietly powerful performance, Pink has released a music video with the same aesthetic. Wearing a sheer white tank top and shredded jeans, Pink’s power as a performer comes through with her simple movements in the new black and white music video for “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken.”

Including her young daughter Willow in a number of shots, Pink is stripped down and raw in her latest video, a sharp 180 from her dance-heavy “What About Us” and the tongue-in-cheek “Beautiful Trauma” starring Channing Tatum. Today’s video also marks the first time either of Pink’s children has appeared in one of her music videos. Her husband Cory Hart co-starred with Pink in 2008’s “So What.”

“Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken” is the third single from Pink’s 2017 album Beautiful Trauma. The song was originally written for the 2015 film Suffragette. The new video is in support of UNICEF, with Pink becoming one of the charity’s newest ambassadors.

Pink is set to perform the national anthem at Sunday’s Super Bowl.