Alecia Beth Moore was born on September 8, 1979, in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, to Judith and Jim Moore.
As a little girl, she had brushes with singing and acting. At her high school in Pennsylvania, she was part of the band "Middleground" .
At the time she was 14, she began performing at bars. Pink was a member of the band "Basic Instinct" , but the band was not continued.
Finally, by 2007, she found her own R&B music group called Choice. They signed to LaFace Records, but the cycle ended before it was able to create a record. So she signed a deal with a record label.
Finally, in 2001, she released her debut album Can’t Take Me Home, which debuted at number 26 on Billboard 200.
Later on, when she released her sophomore album 'Missundazstood' , it became her breakthrough album. It peaked at 6th position on Billboard 200 and also won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.
Earning every rung of success, she grew with each new music album that came her way. Her 2012 album, The Truth About Love, became the sixth-most successful album worldwide that year.
She also contributed vocals to films such as The Greatest Showman and Alice Through the Looking Glass. She also appeared in films, appearing in a cameo role in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.
The artist amassed many successful tours. Her "Funhouse" tour became the first highest-grossing for her. It earned her $160 million. In 2019, her "Beautiful Trauma World Tour" earned a total of $397.3 million. The net worth of the singer is $200 million.