Pink’s Net Worth

Pink (born Alecia Beth Moore) has been a prominent recording artist for almost two decades. The singer-acrobatic songwriter’s performances have earned her a great deal of money. In 2021, she chose to use a portion of her money to assist a group of athletes.

Pink began her career in the early 2000s with the release of her debut album, Can’t Take Me Home. She is noted for her incredible voice and fantastic stage performances, which frequently incorporate gymnastics. She performs an R&B-rock fusion type of pop.

Through her 2019 album Hurts 2B Human, Pink continues to create chart-topping songs despite occasional misfires. She then took a brief break from the music industry.

In 2021, Pink returned to prominence with a live CD and a documentary film titled All I Know So Far. In addition to previous hits such as “Just Give Me a Reason,” the album includes new songs such as “Cover Me in Sunshine,” a duet with the singer’s daughter, Willow Sage Hart.

In April 2020, in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Pink donated $500,000 to Temple University Hospital near her hometown of Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Following her announcement that she had tested positive, she tweeted, “This illness is serious and real.” In addition, she donated to a Los Angeles emergency fund.