AceShowbiz - Pink has something up her sleeve for her "Beautiful Trauma" performance at the 2017 American Music Awards, which will be held at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on November 19. The "What About Us" hitmaker has posted on Instagram a video of her preparing for the upcoming performance, where she can be seen practicing a daring stunt.
She sounds really worried about it, though, saying that this is the first time she's ever panicked. "I don't care about height. I just care about being able to actually breathe up there," she explains. "I feel the fear this time... This is by far the craziest, most insane thing I've ever attempted to do. This is the first time I've ever panicked." Pink is also seen singing "Beautiful Trauma" in the short clip.
On November 17, Pink was spotted hanging by wires off J.W. Marriott hotel in Los Angeles for the show's rehearsal. TMZ was the first one to break the news, saying that the songstress was seen practicing dance moves, flipping and floating.
Additionally, the 38-year-old mother of two is set to join Kelly Clarkson as the opening act at the annual show, marking their first joint performance. Following the news, Kelly took to Twitter to express her excitement.
"Gonna play it super cool whilst singing with @Pink this sunday at the #AMAs.. but know on the inside I will be freaking the [email protected]! out," she tweeted, to which Pink responded, "You're joking! I am humbly prepared to be outsung:) I adore you and I cannot wait."
Gonna play it super cool whilst singing with @Pink this Sunday at the #AMAs ....but know on the inside I️ will be freaking the &[email protected]! out 😬 #oneofthegreatestvocalistsofourgeneration #sheissorad #sundayissofarfromnow— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) 16 November 2017
You're joking! I am humbly prepared to be outsung:) I adore you and I cannot wait. https://t.co/o1DcDymbbY— P!nk (@Pink) 16 November 2017
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Kelly remarked that their upcoming performance reminded her of the days when she was growing up in Texas, watching her favorite music icons join together on TV.
"When I was a kid, I remember anytime two big singers would get together that people were fans of... I remember, like, Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston did it," she said. "I mean, not that we're Mariah and Whitney, but just for our generation, being two popular females with popular music."