At the 2022 American Music Awards, Pink will be joined by members of her immediate family.

The singer was accompanied on the red carpet prior to the concert by her husband of 16 years, Carey Hart, who is now 47 years old, as well as their two children, Willow, 11, and Jameson, 5, respectively.

Pink, who is 43 years old, joked with PEOPLE as she pointed to her family while they were sitting on the carpet and said, “They don’t even know where they are right now.”

Pink then took Willow under her arm and remarked that her daughter is anxious to see “Imagine Dragons and mother” perform during the show. Pink was wearing a shimmering gold and black fringe Bob Mackie dress at the time. Bob Mackie designed the garment.

It is planned that Pink will begin the ceremony by giving the first live television performance of her newest single, “Never Gonna Not Dance Again.” The song will be on Pink’s upcoming album, TRUSTFUL, which will be released in February.

In addition, she is scheduled to do a performance that is expected to be an emotional homage to the late singer and actress Olivia Newton-John, who passed away in August from breast cancer at the age of 73. In the course of her career, the star of Grease was honored with ten American Music Awards (AMAs), and in 1976, she shared hosting duties with Aretha Franklin and Glen Campbell.

Pink referred to the opportunity to perform the tribute as “an unbelievable privilege” in an interview with KABC that took place during the live red carpet pre-show. “I had the pleasure of spending some time with Olivia on multiple occasions, and she was every bit as adorable as you might expect her to be. It is a tremendous privilege to be able to sing her songs because she was such a legendary figure in the industry.”

When asked about what her family has planned for after the show, Pink responded with a straightforward answer: “Dinner!”

In addition to Pink and Imagine Dragons, the following artists are scheduled to perform at the show: Carrie Underwood, Yola, GloRilla, David Guetta, Bebe Rexha, Dove Cameron, Anitta, Lil Baby, J.I.D., Tems, Wizkid, Charlie Puth, Ari Lennox, and Stevie Wonder.

The nominees for the 2022 American Music Awards were announced a month ago, and Bad Bunny leads the pack with a total of eight nominations, one of which is for artist of the year. It is possible that he may tie Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston for the record of most accolades won in a single year if he were to win all eight of the categories. The nominees for their favorite pop album and favorite Latin album include his most recent album, titled “Un Verano Sin Ti.”

Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, and Drake all have six wins, which puts them in close pursuit of him. All three are contending for the title of artist of the year, and Taylor Swift and Beyoncé will compete against one another for the titles of the female pop artist and pop album, respectively.

In the meantime, Adele, Harry Styles, and The Weeknd have all been nominated for five awards each, and they are all contenders for the artist of the year award. All three were also nominated for a favorite pop album, with 30 receiving two nominations and Harry’s House and Dawn FM each receiving one.

Jack Harlow, Tems, Latto, BLACKPINK, Anitta, and Swedish House Mafia are all participating in the award event for the very first time as nominees.

The performance that Pink gave at the 2022 American Music Awards was merely a preview of what fans may expect from her stadium tour across North America the following summer. On this tour, she will be supported by opening performers like Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, Grouplove, and DJ KidCutUp. Brandi Carlile will also be performing.

The musician has released their ninth studio album, which is titled TRUSTFUL, and it is their first album since 2019’s Hurts 2B Human.

During an appearance on Good Morning America a week ago, Pink stated, “My record is a piece of me, and I think that I am an example of how you can live genuinely and courageously, in ways.” [Citation needed] “Furthermore, if you have a look at my show… I am a traveling artist; that is what I do for a living. We’re a city on the move; we celebrate diversity; we welcome everyone; we serve as an example of what can and does succeed.”

She went on to note that the record was written as she was reflecting on her own role in the world during the COVID-19 epidemic, which is when it was released.

When asked about the making of the record, she stated, “I took my time.” “I had time, and a lot of pretty terrible things were happening to me at the same time. The COVID virus made both my son and I feel quite ill. That provided a kind of summary for me of the things that are truly important. To achieve that goal, a crisis is necessary.”

She went on to say, “It takes one of your children becoming ill for you to realize that “OK, none of this matters.” I want to see my kids grow up. That’s exactly what I have in mind. Only the truth is what I wish to contribute to the world. I only want to present myself as genuine. And I want to be a better and kinder person in the future.”

The awards ceremony for the 2022 American Music Awards is being broadcast live on Sunday night from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

By Anna

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