P!NK was spotted popping to the local store in Los Angeles but unlike the rest of us, she decided to put on a stripy red and white bikini and hop on her Triumph motorcycle!
The “So What” and “What About Us” singer looked to enjoying the LA sunshine as she flashed the peace sign wearing her crash helmet and oversized sunglasses.
Alecia Beth Moore, known professionally as Pink, was joined by husband Carey Hart who was also on his mean looking bike with a smile on his face and carrying a backpack.
Pink showed off her array of tattoos including one on her left arm that has a picture of her late dog ‘Elvis’ with a poem that reads: “A time to weep, A time to laugh, A time to mourn and, A time to dance. Sleep in peace my darling, I release you.”
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On her right arm, she showed off a black inked tattoo that is wrapped around her wrist that says: “What Goes Around Comes around”.
“Sticks & stones they may break these bones but then #WhatAboutUs”. Pink recently released her Beautiful Trauma album with the official music video of the same name starring Channing Tatum.
The outspoken singer was first spotted on her motorbike riding down Ventura Boulevard in Studio City, but then she stopped at a store. Her red and white striped bikini bottoms could be seen poking out of her black trousers which she matched with cool black leather boots.
Pink was also spotted on a different kind of bike – a beach cruiser – riding around Venice Beach. However, even though she looked like a rockstar in some ripped denim jeans and leather jacket, the Pennsylvanian native carried a strange looking cake with two children praying on it! Check out the pics here:
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Pink has actually JUST been named as the ‘Most Beautiful Woman’ by People Magazine! The pop/rock star is pictured on the ‘Most Beautiful Issue’ with her children Willow Sage and Jameson Moon!
P!nk Trivia: Pink apparently got her nickname from the character “Mr. Pink” in Quentin Tarantino’s film Reservoir Dogs.