Home Videos Photos Shop
PerezHilton CocoPerez Donald Trump Kim K. Bieber T.Swift PerezTV

Pink News Archive

Beyoncé, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, & More Stand Up For Black Lives Matter With Powerful #23Ways PSA — Watch!

no title

This is some powerful stuff.

If you've been paying attention to national news lately, then you're aware that America is currently suffering from an increase in black deaths at the hands of police.

While victims like Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, Sandra Bland, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, and Trayvon Martin may never get justice at this rate, Alicia Keys is done with seeing her brothers and sisters gunned down by people who are supposed to be there to help.

Related: Taraji P. Henson & More Celebs React To Philando Castile's Death

That's why the singer teamed up with Mic.com to create #23Ways, a public service announcement that highlights just some of the ways black people can be killed on a daily basis.

But Alicia couldn't just do this alone… she recruited help from Beyoncé, Rihanna, Chris Rock, Taraji P. Henson, Pink, Janelle Monáe, Pharrell, Common, Rosario Dawson, Queen Latifah, Kevin Hart, Lenny Kravitz, Zoë Kravitz, Jada Pinkett Smith, Bono, Jennifer Hudson, Adam Levine, A$AP Rocky, Chance the Rapper, Talib Kweli, Swizz Beatz, Van Jones, and Tracee Ellis Ross to make this the most star-powered PSA possible!

Ch-ch-check out 23 of the ways you can be killed in America for simply being black (below)!!!

Permalink / Comment Here

Celine Dion Reveals Pink Wrote a Song For Her After Rene Angelil Died — Find Out The Inspiring Title

| Filed under: Music MinuteCeline DionPinkGrammysBillboard Music Awards

no title

Celine Dion is moving on the only way she knows how — through the healing power of music.

In May, the music icon released a single on her upcoming French album as an ode to her late husband Rene Angelil, who passed away from a long battle with cancer back in January.

Though it looks like another songstress is helping Celine's heart to go on, as it was revealed Pink wrote a song for the 5-time Grammy-winner in honor of her long time love!

Photo: Celine Serves Beauty & Strength At The BBMAs!

Ahead of her Wednesday concert in Paris, the Taking Chances singer teased that she was starting to work on an English-language album, telling ET:

Permalink / Comment Here

Britney Spears, Selena Gomez, Meghan Trainor, & More Combine Forces For A Beautiful Tribute To The Orlando Victims — Listen HERE!

no title

This might be the most beautiful one yet!

It's been over three weeks now since the tragic shootings at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida and thankfully the push for change and awareness isn't going away any time soon!

Over the past couple of weeks, celebs like Elton John, Sofia Vergara, and more helped to pay tribute to the victims through videos or performances, and now Britney Spears, Gwen Stefani, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, and a whole lot more are letting their voices be heard!

Related: Rachel Platten Releases Acoustic Track To Benefit Orlando Victims

In an emotional new song titled Hands, Spears, Stefani, Derulo, and Trainor join Pink, Jennifer Lopez, Ty Herndon, Adam Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Imagine Dragons, and Mary J. Blige in order to pay tribute to the victims of the terrible shooting.

But the great cause goes beyond a tribute and awareness as all of the proceeds for the song, which was released by Interscope Records, will benefit the Equality Florida Pulse Victims Fund, GLAAD, and the LGBT Community Center of Central Florida!

Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly touching song (below) and make sure you help lend support by downloading the song HERE!

Permalink / Comment Here

Jared Leto, Cher, Pink, & Other Celebs React To The Tragic Istanbul Explosions

So sad.

We were absolutely heartbroken to learn about the terrible tragedy in Turkey.

On Tuesday, at least 36 people were killed and 147 were injured when three suicide bombers detonated explosive vests at Istanbul Ataturk Airport.

Related: Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump React To The Turkey Tragedy

In the wake of the horrific attack, stars have flocked to Twitter to share their grief, love, and support for the victims.

Celebs like Jared Leto, Cher, Pink, and many more are using social media to send positive thoughts to everyone affected by the awful assault.

Take a look at their touching tributes (below):

Permalink / Comment Here

Pink Shares An Adorable Snap Of Her Twinning BMXers Corey & Willow Hart –Squee!

| Filed under: PinkCute!FamilyCuteness!Celeb KidzCute KidzCute and Contemporary Families

no title

Dayum, Pink has one BAD ASS family!

On Thursday, the singer took to Instagram to share a precious photo of her husband Carey Hart and five-year-old daughter Willow at the race track. We guess the beauty needed some positivity in her life after battling it out with some Twitter trolls earlier this week!

Video: Just Like Fire Has Arrived!

In the adorable father/daughter photo (above)!, Willow and Carey show off their BMX gear, bikes, and super cute relationship.

Aww! We're so glad the BMX pro has taken his little girl under his wing — it's nice when parents develop common interests with their kiddos. Not to mention we're loving how Mr. Hart made the outing safe by providing Willz with her own pink helmet!

Piggy backing off his wifey's sweet pic, the poppa captioned his IG repost:

Permalink / Comment Here

Gay Gun Group Pink Pistols Thinks MORE Guns Are The Answer To Orlando Shootings — See What They Had To Say!

| Filed under: Icky Icky PooPolitikPinkViolenceScary!Viral: NewsLGBT

no title

After the worst shooting in U.S. history occurred at a popular gay nightclub in Orlando over the weekend, many are blaming easy access to guns for the reason ISIS-sympathizer Omar Mateen fatally shot 50 people.

Unsurprisingly, some critics think that not only is guns NOT the problem behind these shootings — but can also be the solution!

On Sunday, gay gun rights group Pink Pistols urged the LGBT community to arm themselves in the wake of the Orlando terrorist attack.

Related: Orlando Shooter Sought Out Disney World As Potential Target!

Gwendolyn Patton, a representative for the organization, warned citizens to avoid a reaction to blame firearms for the tragic shooting.

She said in a statement:

Permalink / Comment Here