Despite the physical strength it takes to work the trapezes like Pink did, she says the only time she was out of breath during her performance was when she first appeared onstage. "When I walked out and I was nervous, my voice was shaking," she says. "Then when I get in the silks, I'm no longer thinking. ... My mind turns off and my voice turns on."
Pink says she chose to do this performance at the Grammys because it truly shows who she is as an artist. "It feels like after 10 years people still don't know what I do," she says. "[The song is] very spiritual and it's very sensual and it's very sophisticated and visually beautiful, so I just wanted to really show up."
Aside from the acrobatics, another thing that caught people's eye was Pink's incredibly fit body in her costume, a tan and glittered bodysuit. "When I'm on tour, I'm in really good shape," she says. "When I get home, I cook, I eat, I get fat and happy." To stay in shape, Pink says she runs about 70 minutes a day and does an hour of yoga.
After her performance of "Glitter in the Air," Pink says she felt confident and was able to pat herself on the back. "I didn't fall; I didn't mess up the words," she says. "That was a good night for me."