If you aren’t a fan of hers, you will be after watching this. And if you are a fan, you’ll likely love her more. If you’re reading this, go on and give it a watch as it’s sure to put a smile on your face. I genuinely enjoyed this one.
What’s it about? The film follows P!nk (Alecia Moore) when she’s on the road for her Beautiful Trauma World Tour of 2019 with her family accompanying her. Some of the topics include; behind the scenes at concerts/lodging, family (husband Carey and two children, Willow and Jameson), stories/videos of her life growing up (parents, singing), working out the kinks with concerts, motherhood, her dancers/backup singers/band (why she keeps the same people in her life vs. new ones- apparently the norm for many performers is to rotate people out after so long), her relationship with Carey and a little of his history, acrobatics during practice followed by onstage (this is amazing on it’s own, but how they implement it on film is excellent), performances including Wembley Stadium, and the kids. Keep watching as the credits roll for more video.
She appears to be a reasonably grounded person living an uncommon life. The kids add something special to this film. P!nk may be a superstar, but she’s not immune to kid shenanigans. Her and Carey come off like any other parents/caregivers- exhausted but happy.
Should you watch this? Absolutely, as it’s a nicely done documentary that’s relatable.
“Every door they walk through, every room they walk into, they’re like ‘Wow, there’s another person who followed their dreams.’ I think that that’s more of an education than I got.” (regarding having the kids on the road and not having a traditional life)
Jameson: “Are you gonna sing here?”
Alecia: “I’m gonna sing right there.”
Alecia: “ ‘Cause singing makes people happy.”
“Everyone always says, ‘I love P!nk ‘cause she never takes any sh!t.’ I eat sh!t for breakfast.” (Regarding kid antics)
“Can we send the blow-up doll to Eminem? I think he would love it.” (Do it. If you haven’t sent a blow-up doll to a friend, you’re missing out...¯\_ (ツ)_/¯)
“Willow told me last night that she feels invisible around Jameson. Broke my heart. Two-year-olds get more attention than eight-year-olds. That’s just the way it is, because at the end of the day, two-year-olds are helpless little pyschopaths.”
Parental guidance/trigger warnings: some swearing throughout but not excessive, she reads fans experiences- one was suicidal but described how her music helped them, drinking (mainly wine), talk about her parents divorce. Overall this is a pretty wholesome documentary- you see a lot of happy, normal family life and happiness in general.