Pink dazzles in backless sequin dress and towering Valentinos as she heads to 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'
Pink made a head-turning appearance in shimmery number at 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: R&B singer Pink made a striking appearance in an eye-catching outfit when she stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Los Angeles on Wednesday, November 16. The 'True Love' singer, 43, was seen wearing a dazzling pink outfit as she got ready for her television appearance.
The 'Who Knew' performer showed off her toned body in a bright pink, backless sequin dress that only reached her knees. Pink, whose real name is Alecia Moore, paired it with a pair of black platform heels from Valentino with tiny straps around the ankles to create a color contrast. She also wore gold dangling earrings to complete her eye-catching look. The star smiled brightly for the cameras and seemed to be in high spirits.
The 'Just Give Me a Reason' hitmaker was seen carrying her cell phone in her right hand instead of a purse or handbag. Her short platinum blonde hair was parted to the side and combed into a simple, chic hairstyle. Her makeup consisted of black eyeliner and reddish eye shadow, and she wore a light pink blush and nude-colored glossy lipstick.
The singer recently released her new single 'Never Gonna Not Dance Again', and is all pepped up for the upcoming tour beginning on July 24, 2023, at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada. Fans will see her perform at some huge venues, including Boston, Chicago, New York City, Detroit, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles before she concludes the tour at Chase Field in Phoenix. The artist announced the tour on her Twitter account on Monday, November 14, and released the dates for shows in every major city next year.
Pink and Carlile gave fans a taste of what's in store by posting a short clip, just after the duo performed in honor of Dolly Parton at the 2022 Rock n Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, last week. Pink will give her single 'Never Gonna Not Dance Again' its live TV debut at the 2022 American Music Awards on November 20. She’s also expected to perform a tribute to the late Olivia Newton-John during the event, according to Billboard.