P!nk gave a showstopping show-closing performance of a melody of her biggest hits including “Just Like Fire,” “Just Give Me A Reason (feat. Dan from Bastille),” “Try,” “What About Us,” as well as her latest single “Walk Me Home” at the 2019 BRIT Awards in the O2 Arena.

The colorful visuals from Pink’s performance were eye-grasping and held the attention of viewers, captivating them through her entire 5 blended song performance. A notable piece of her production during her set was during “Try” with a soaking wet choreographed dance routine with her dancer Jeremy Hudson which was something very unique that we haven’t really seen done before on an awards show, especially with the backing visuals on the video screen matching their motions.

Her performances launched with Pink in a robe in her dressing room, as she made her way to the stage singing “Walk Me Home,” soon removing the robe and adding a red feathered cape, before she descended upon the center stage in an aerial hoop as the room was illuminated with fire for “Just Like Fire” which had the room hot and steamy before she removed her red feathered cape to burst into “Just Give Me A Reason” which is her Nate Ruess collaborative song, but for this awards show she was accompanied by Bastille’s frontman Dan and a choir. After her soaked performance of “Try,” she went the political route for “What About Us,” the debut single from her latest album, Beautiful Trauma. Pink and her dancers dressed in newspaper-print attire with protest signs flooding the screens behind them, finishing out the performance with a group of people throwing their fists in air and holding candles for a powerful ending.

At the 2019 BRIT Awards, Pink also received the Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution To Music (selling over 60 million albums) becoming the first international artist to receive the honor. Other artists who have received this honor include the likes of Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Spice Girls and Elton John.

Watch P!NK live at the BRIT Awards 2019 below:

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