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Friday, November 15, 2013

Sunday To-Do: Pink

Posted By on Fri, Nov 15, 2013 at 10:29 AM


Pink performs at Verizon Arena Sunday night.
  • Pink performs at Verizon Arena Sunday night.

PINK
7:30 p.m. Verizon Arena. $52-$118.


Pink is one of the handful of remaining bona fide pop megastars, the last of a batch, minted along with Britney and Xtina. Sure, GaGa is huge, but let's face it: There just aren't as many over-the-top pop divas as there used to be.

Out of all of them though, Pink seems to have handled the transition from teeny-bopper to grown-ass woman with the most class and least amount of ridiculous tabloid kerfuffles. Her most recent album, "The Truth About Love," has gotten positive reviews, dealing as it does with grown-ass woman topics while still being fun to listen to.

Her stage show for this tour is apparently super involved, with Pink getting hoisted all over the place with a bunch of pulleys and belts and whatnot. Should be good times.

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