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.Controversies rock Hollywood in 2017
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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