7 Fun Facts About P!nk’s “All I Know So Far” Music Video

P!nk shared a brand new song called “All I Know So Far” with a music video to accompany it!

On Friday, May 7, the superstar released the title track to her forthcoming live album, which is the same name of her upcoming much-anticipated documentary, All I Know So Far. “All I Know So Far” is a song that allows the hitmakers authenticity to shine while also showcasing strength and perseverance.

The song was accompanied by a visually stunning, award-worthy music video, that has to be one of the most impressive music videos we’ve watch in a long time. The music video finds the award-winning singer telling her 9-year-old daughter, Willow, a bedtime story that puts P!nk’s life on full display as it includes her and her mom’s rocky relationship, a hilarious take on the ups and downs of her and her husband Carey Hart’s marriage and more. The clip also gives a brutally honest take at some life lessons that she’s learned along the way.

The star-studded video includes cameo’s by pop icon Cher, P!nk’s husband Carey Hart and her son Jameson and daughter Willow as well as actress Judith Light.

“All I Know So Far” is the second single from Pink’s upcoming live album of the same name following “Cover Me In Sunshine,” which features her daughter Willow.

We compiled a list of 7 random fun facts about the video, which you can read below.

Her Real Life Husband And Children Appear Throughout The Video

P!nk’s husband Carey Hart and their two children, 9-year-old daughter Willow, and 4-year-old son Jameson appear in scenes throughout the clip.

A Pop Icon And Tony-Winning Actress Appear In The Clip

The “If I Could Turn Back Time” singer and pop icon Cher appears during a scene of the music video as a God and Tony-winning actress Judith Light appears as P!nk’s mother in the video.

16th Collaboration With Director Dave Meyers

“All I Know So Far” marks the 16th music video from the superstar, directed by Dave Meyers. He previously worked with P!nk on notable music videos such as “Stupid Girls,” “Funhouse,” “U + Ur Hand” and “Just Like Fire.”

“Dave Meyers and I are back together again,” Pink explained in a press release. “Since this song is sort of the story of my life and a letter to my daughter, making this video with Dave after we did our first video together 22 years ago is a really special full-circle moment. He’s truly a genius and I am full of gratitude for our friendship and to experience all the times we’ve been able to work together.”

“The saga of me and P!nk is very long and it is very rewarding we are so close,” Meyers shared in a statement. “I have the longest stretch of my career with her so there’s always been a kind of brother/sister relationship that we’ve had. The beauty of where P!nk and I are now is really the culmination of 22 years of friendship. In this video, I am trying to capture the full breadth of who she is, where she has been and the troubled youth that’s evolved into this idea of the power of community. It is where we are in the world right now and displays the idea that we really need each other.”

Several Iconic Eras Of Her Career Are Referenced

During the music video, we noticed several references to some of the singer’s most iconic material including her debut effort, Can’t Take Me Home, her sophomore album, M!ssundaztood and 2008’s Funhouse.

The Song Is A Letter To Her Daughter Willow And A Fairytale Version Of P!nk’s Life Story

“This song is sort of the story of my life and a letter to my daughter,” the singer said in a statement.

Recreates Iconic Titanic Scene

During the clip, the singer and her husband Carey Hart recreate the Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio bow scene from the Titanic movie.

Floating Eyeball Scene Seemingly Resembles Always Being In The Public Eye/Spotlight

The scene that Cher appears in also includes dozens of floating eyeballs surrounding the sky, which seems to resemble always been in the spotlight and public eye. Regardless of how hard you try not to be, just one of the things that comes with being a celebrity.

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