As award shows go, the Grammys always makes headlines for the fabulous fashion and showstopping performances. This year, the most-talked-about moment of the night was Pink's high-flying trapeze act while she sang "Glitter in the Air." Even Oprah says she had to get closer to TV just to believe what she was seeing. "That was a jaw-dropping, ceiling-hanging, almost-naked ripped-body situation," she says.
Pink says she thinks that performance will always stand out as one of the great moments of her life. "For me, it was when everyone stood up at the end," she says.
One of the most important things for people to know is that she is really singing, not lip-syncing, when she performs from the trapeze, she says. "I almost try to make sure I breathe a little more than normal so people know that my mic's live. "
A gymnast for eight years, Pink says she'd seen backup dancers do acrobatics but never the singer. "I was like, 'Well, why can't I do it and sing?'" she says. "Everyone's pretty much done everything else there is to do."