Pink debuts '50s-themed 'Beautiful Trauma' video starring Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum showed off his dance moves in Pink's latest music video.
On Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, Pink (real name Alecia Moore) released a video for her hit song "Beautiful Trauma." The 1950s-themed video presents Pink and Tatum as a married couple—each with their own, shall we say, quirks. While Pink's character has taken to pill popping, Tatum's video persona finds himself with a BDSM fetish and a penchant for donning dresses in secret. Both characters can also appreciate a good drink—or, really, any drink.
Pink, 38, and Tatum, 37, dance together throughout the video in several choreography routines.Last Jedi set for $215m opening in US
Towards the end of the video, as the credits roll, it's revealed that Pink and Tatum were playing Fred Hart and Ginger Hart, a likely reference to 1930s silver screen legends Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Hart, of course, is a reference to Pink's real-life husband, Carey Hart.
Pink previously teased the video's release on social media on Sunday, Nov. 19, the same day she performed the song live while scaling the side of a building.
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