P!nk ‘All I Know So Far’: Air time, how to live stream, plot, cast and all you need to know about Amazon Prime documentary
Selling over 90 million records worldwide, singer-songwriter P!nk is one of the biggest artists on the planet. Apart from her professional life, the singer has always been open about her personal life as well and keeping in mind the same, a documentary on the versatile crooner is all set to hit the Internet in the last week of May 2021.
The documentary has been titled ‘All I Know So Far’ and will allow the viewers to watch a different side of the songstress. P!nk had debuted in 2000 and since then she has dropped a total of eight studio albums. The 41-year-old crooner has scored a total of 15 songs in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. And, apart from selling out arenas, she has also won three Grammy Awards out of 20 nominations.
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P!nk ‘All I Know So Far’ documentary will be released on May 21, 2021. Interestingly, P!nk is also releasing a LIVE album with the same name on the same date.
‘All I Know So Far’ will focus on the singer’s 2019 ‘Beautiful Trauma’ world tour and how she managed it all while juggling her responsibilities of being a mom, a wife, a boss, and a performer. The documentary will allow her fans to go behind the scenes where the road footage, rare interviews and other personal material will keep viewers entertained. P!nk had played the ‘Beautiful Trauma’ world tour in 18 countries with 156 shows. For the unversed, the tour sold three million tickets worldwide. Also, it is the 10th highest-grossing tour in Billboard’s Boxscore’s history.
Though the creators have not spilled the beans on the official cast of the singer’s brand new project, we, of course, will see P!nk taking over a major chunk of the project. Apart from her, we can also expect interviews and footage of singer’s husband Carey Hart and her 10-year-old daughter Willow Sage Hart.
P!nk is best known for her singles like ‘Just Give Me a Reason’, ‘Get the Party Started’, ‘Don't Let Me Get Me’, and Just Like a Pill among a few others. Apart from winning Grammy awards, the renowned crooner has also scooped prominent awards like two Brit awards, a Daytime Emmy Award and seven MTV Video Music Awards, including the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
P!nk’s husband Carey Jason Phillip Hart, who usually goes by the name of Carey Hart, is a former professional freestyle motocross competitor, motorcycle racer, and current off-road truck racer. The duo got married in 2006 and has two kids namely- Willow and Jameson. The viewers might get to see Carey Hart giving interviews and spilling never been heard before details. Hart is best known for performing a backflip on a 250cc motorcycle during a competition. He also runs Hart & Huntington Tattoo & Clothing Company.
Willow Sage Hart
P!nk’s daughter Willow Sage Hart is also expected to make an appearance in the documentary. The singer keeps sharing her daughter’s adorable pictures on her official Instagram account time and again. Willow has been featured on P!nk’s songs such as ‘Cover Me In Sunshine’, ‘How Come You're Not Here’ and ‘Timebomb’ and ‘Just Like Fire’.
According to Deadline, Michael Gracey, who is best known for the musical drama film, ‘The Greatest Showman’, has taken over the role of the director. She has also produced the documentary along with Isabella Parish in conjunction with Luminaries, Silent House and Lefty Paw Print.
P!nk has not shared any trailer of the documentary yet but MEAWW will keep you posted. However, she did release an official music video of the song ‘All I Know So Far’ over the weekend which you can check right below:
How to live stream
Amazon Prime Video is the streaming platform where all the fans have to rush when the documentary releases.
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