Pink doesn't need a bodyguard. In fact, she has an entourage of exactly one--her tour manager, Nick Cua--when she arrives at a hotel in Birmingham, England where she's on tour , for her Women's Health interview. Kind of what you'd expect from the fearless year-old singer who burst onto the music scene almost a decade ago by crashing a motorbike into her cheating ex's apartment in her "There You Go" video--and the brave soul who reportedly ripped into Kanye West at the MTV Video Music Awards after he obnoxiously robbed Taylor Swift of her Moonman-winning moment last September. But the five-foot-three firecracker who emerges from the dressing room in a curve-cradling designer dress couldn't be sweeter or more polite, thanking the Women's Health team for choosing her to be on the cover because "I've worked hard for this body! Should you need inspiration to break out of the tedium of your treadmill routine, you'd do well to get to a Pink concert pronto for a close-up look at the performer's fantastic new physique, as showcased in barely-there costumes. You'll leave itching to hit an all-night fitness club after the encore.
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Pink co-wrote the song with Jorgen Odegard and Dan Reynolds , the lead vocalist of Imagine Dragons , while the production was handled by Odegard, with additional production from Reynolds. It was released on March 28, by RCA Records as the album's first promotional single , along with the album pre-order. An upbeat pop song with country influences, "Hustle" is lyrically center around a relationship gone wrong, with Pink warning her partener that he won't be able to take advantage of her again.
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That's when love turns nighttime into day. That's when loneliness goes away. That's when you gotta be strong tonight. Only love can build us a bridge of light. Don't let me get me.
I work full time as well and have supported him throughout med school. Finally, it is a very tight-knit community and despite efforts to insulate you from conversion-minded missionaries, you will be exposed to a lot of people that think, like this woman does, that atheists are without a moral compass. I keep getting job offers from China and Japan while I truly struggle to find work here in the states.