“I don’t know who threw their moms ashes at Pink but in what world is that okay? Make it make sense.”
Music icon P!nk received the strangest gift on Saturday (24 June) – if you want to call it that – while on stage for her headlining set at Hyde Park’s British Summer Time festival.
While performing the M!ssundaztood classic, Just Like A Pill, a P!nk fan threw a little white bag onto the stage. The Never Gonna Not Dance Again singer picked it up, looked at the bag closely and asked, “Is this your mum?”
Upon receiving confirmation from the fan in the audience, she responded, “I don’t know how I feel about this.” You can check out the footage below.
“Someone gave their Mothers ashes to Pink,” Twitter user Andrew said about the recorded footage. “I need yall to have boundaries like girl what?!”
Another fan seemed to know what they were thinking even if P!nk didn’t and added, “I don’t know who threw their moms ashes at Pink but in what world is that okay? Make it make sense.”
As news.com.au notes, this incident is the third in less than two weeks that's seen a pop star on stage when a fan crossed boundaries.
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Recently, American pop singer Bebe Rexha was rushed off the stage after a phone was hurled at her face. Performing on the Rooftop at Pier 17 in New York, the disturbance occurred while the Stars singer was singing her last song of the night for her Best F’n Night of My Life tour.
She was seen visibly falling to her knees and clutching her face – her team then helped her off the stage, and a scheduled meet and greet was cancelled.
Just days later, another US pop star, Ava Max, promised that one fan would “never [be] coming to a show again” after she was slapped on stage.
P!nk will return to Australia in February and March 2024, with demand leading to adding extra dates to her Summer Carnival tour.
P!nk’s Summer Carnival 2024 tour will commence in Sydney at Allianz Stadium on 9 and 10 February, followed by Newcastle’s McDonald Jones Stadium on 16 February, Suncorp Stadium Brisbane on 16 and 17 February, Heritage Bank Stadium Gold Coast on 20 February, Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium on 23 and 24 February, Adelaide Oval on 27 February, and concluding at Perth’s Optus Stadium on 1 and 2 March.
She will then head to New Zealand and come back to Australia for these additional shows – 12 March at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne and 16 March at Sydney’s Accor Stadium. You can buy tickets via Live Nation.