P!nk Makes it Crystal Clear to Haters That She Loved Christina Aguilera's AMAs Performance

P!nk will tell you one more time, just in case you didn't hear her loud and clear the first one. She thought Christina Aguilera killed at during her Whitney Houston tribute at Sunday night's (Nov. 19) 2017 AMAs. Loved. It. Is that clear?

It bears repeating only because the "Beautiful Trauma" singer is still batting away haters who continue to suggest that her emotional reaction to Christina's performance was tinged with shade. She made her feelings clear in a series of tweets on Monday (Nov. 20) that it was not. At all. Yes, years ago the two had a brief falling out, but they're both grown, successful women now and Sunday's show was about supporting, and celebrating female power and grace.

P!nk already tweeted that Christina "fucking killed it," lashing out at all those "negative Nancy's" who were trying to stir things up. But, after risking life and limb to hang off the side of a downtown L.A. hotel for her solo performance on the show, P!nk said came down from that hight to read a torrent of trash talk. "Waking up to see a newly created riff between myself and another incredible woman, Christina, who took on an incredible feat, who i support fully, makes me so sad," P!nk tweeted.

"I choose to remember last night as being a celebration of women, of Diana, of Whitney, of love and life and joy and all things good," she added. "THANKYOU to everyone that had the courage to take that stage- wether it be right side up or sideways. All love."

She also reminded those trying to create division that the night was about celebrating the brave first responders who have risked their lives to help those in need this year. Plus, did you see her freakin' hanging off a skyscraper while singing? C'mon!

At the end of the day P!nk can handle it, but, man, she really wishes she could just block it all out, as evidenced by her response to one particular flame-thrower.

 

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