American performer Pink is prepared to release her own documentary on Amazon Prime Video later this month
Every edgy 2000s soul knows Pink to be the queen of all things crazy, loud and fun. The American performer has evolved into a more serious image of her past - her spiky pink hair has turned into a sophisticated silver pixie cut, her punk music has turned to pop, and the biggest chance of all is that now, Pink is a mother. It is the last aspect of her change that Amazon Prime Video’s documentary P!NK: All I Know So Far will explore in her life. The trailer for the documentary was released on May 12.
Led by The Greatest Showman director Michael Gracey, the documentary will give fans a glimpse into Pink’s Beautiful Trauma Tour from 2019. Her struggles of being a mother of two and wife while on tour are reflected in the trailer, where she says that motherhood has taught her that even a second away from her children is pure agony.
The documentary’s announcement back in March was paired with this caption by Pink: “Directed by the one and only Michael Gracey. Starring the cutest kids, made by me. I’m in there, too. Come jump on the tour bus and see how it really goes. Cause it’s Wembley F*****g Stadium.”
P!NK: All I Know So Far will include footage from the performer’s travels on tour with her family, behind-the-scenes interviews and more. The documentary shares its name with Pink’s latest single.
Talking about her life on the road with her kids, the performer says in the documentary, “We go all over the world and we’re surrounded by people that are incredibly passionate about what they do. That’s more of an education than I got.”
The documentary is also set to include famous faces like Cher and Judith Light. P!NK: All I Know So Far will release on Amazon Prime Video on May 21.