A pop hitmaker with a strong signature voice and a literally acrobatic ability on stage, P!nk has definitely made her mark on music over the last decade plus -- and after an incredible 2013, she has been named Billboard's Woman of the Year. To celebrate the honor, which will be presented on Dec. 10 at Billboard's annual Women In Music event, we're taking a look at P!nk's biggest achievements on the Hot 100 chart.

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This list of her 20 biggest Billboard hits -- which includes her famous favorites including 2001's "Get The Party Started" and this year's huge No. 1 "Just Give Me A Reason" -- underscores just what a constant presence she's been (and continues to be) on the chart.

This ranking is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100 chart through the tally dated October 26, 2013. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least.


"Glitter In The Air"

Hot 100 Peak Position: 18, Debut Date: Feb. 20, 2010

A tender, piano-accented ballad, "Glitter" showcased P!nk's signature vocals in this 2010 hit.


"You Make Me Sick"

Hot 100 Peak Position: 33, Debut Date: Jan. 6, 2001

P!nk's early '01 "Sick" is driving pop jam about a bad boy she hates (and loves) to love.


"Stupid Girls"

Hot 100 Peak Position: 13, Debut Date: Feb. 25, 2006

Atop a lilt of effects-laden strummed guitars, P!nk flexes her vocal muscles excoriating the dumb blondes of the world.


"Family Portrait"

Hot 100 Peak Position: 20, Debut Date: Nov. 16, 2002

Mid-tempo and bittersweet, "Portrait" gives P!nk a platform to paint a picture of family dysfunction and plea "to work it out."


"Please Don't Leave Me"

Hot 100 Peak Position: 17, Debut Date: May 2, 2009

Despite being "so mean when I wanna be," Pink inhabits a protagonist in a relationship she just doesn't want to end.



Hot 100 Peak Position: 15, Debut Date: Dec. 13, 2008

With a circular guitar riff and a big backbeat, "Sober" hit the top 20 of the Hot 100. This "Funhouse" cut has P!nk posing the musical question, "how do I feel this good sober?"



Hot 100 Peak Position: 9, Debut Date: Oct. 6, 2012

P!nk hit the top 10 with this eerie, keys- and guitar-inflected anthem about never giving up from 2012's "The Truth About Love."


"U + Ur Hand"

Hot 100 Peak Position: 9, Debut Date: Jan. 13, 2007

Breathy in this poppy rocker, P!nk knows she's hot when she goes out on the town but she doesn't want any part of the guy looking her way. It's just "you and your hand tonight," she quips.


"Don't Let Me Get Me"

Hot 100 Peak Position: 8, Debut Date: March 9, 2002

P!nk turned this song about a "war against a mirror" and being unlike the typical pop star norm into an empowerment anthem and took it all the way to the top ten in 2002.


"Who Knew"

Hot 100 Peak Position: 9, Debut Date: April 7, 2007

Why can't love last forever? P!nk tenderly explored the idea in her spring 2007 hit.

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