Couldn't get tickets to see Pink's The Truth About Love tour this year? Well, this weekend, you'll be able to watch it from the comfort of your own home. Fans will get a front-row seat Saturday night as a 90-minute special documenting one of the tour's shows makes its debut on EPIX and EpixHD.com.
The Truth About Love Tour, which will finally wrap up in January, is one of the most successful and best-reviewed concert treks of the year, and features Pink belting out all her hits in a circus-like atmosphere, complete with special effects, dancers, costume changes and even a ringmaster. She performs gravity-defying stunts and acrobatics, singing while hanging upside down, bouncing up and down on bungee cords, or suspended above the stage in a massive chandelier.
During Saturday night's show, you'll see Pink, her band and dancers run through hits like "Raise Your Glass," "Try," "Just Give Me a Reason" and "Perfect." She also performs a moody cover of Chris Isaak's hit "Wicked Game," and strips things down for an acoustic version of Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time." In addition, she shows off her musical skills with a version of the album track "The Great Escape," which she says she learned how to play on piano specifically for this tour.
In between all the excitement, Pink spends a lot of time bonding with the Aussie audience, who clearly adore her. The show starts with her seated in the audience, among her fans, and then she magically travels to the stage for the opening number. In between songs, she signs autographs for fans, and accepts armloads of presents including homemade posters, stuffed animals and clothing.
"All these presents, I'm holding onto them 'til Christmas," she tells the fans. "And I'm going to give them to [my daughter] Willow and say they're from me!" Pink: The Truth About Love Tour premieres on EPIX at 8 p.m. ET Saturday night.
Fans in New York City will get to see Pink live on Saturday, as she joins Cyndi Lauper for the '80s icon's third annual Home for the Holidays benefit concert at New York's Beacon Theater. Also on the bill: Josh Groban, Nelly Furtado, Rosie O'Donnell and Oscar-winner Susan Sarandon. The show will raise money for and awareness of problems of homelessness among gay and transgendered young people.
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