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10 December 2012, 11:15
The 'When She Was Mine' stars says Pink's highwire performance was the best they've ever seen.
Lawson and Amelia Lily have hailed Pink's closing performance at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 as "incredible" and "one of the greatest performances" they have ever seen.
'Taking Over Me' star Adam Pitts revealed to Capital FM that he was "blown away" after watching Pink's final aerial display during 'So What', which saw the US star flown across the O2 Arena on a mobile high wire.
"That was incredible!" Lawson drummer Adam told Capital FM after the performance. "Probably one of the greatest performances I've ever seen.
"She flew all around the arena! At one point she was just resting on the bars on the other end of the arena," Adam added. "I'm blown away."
'You Bring Me Joy' singer Amelia Lily, who watched the performance alongside the 'Standing In The Dark' star, said she was "very emotional" after getting to watch one of her musical idols perform.
"I'm speechless right now [having] just watched my idol, I can't even talk," Amelia revealed. "I'm very emotional right now. I think I shed a couple of tears."
She added: "She's still the greatest."
Pink performs daredevil like stunts during her final performance at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 below (Credit: PA):
Pink was the final act to perform at this year's Jingle Bell Ball, while Lawson performed a set the night before (8th December) which included surprise covers of 'Call Me Maybe' and 'Moves Like Jagger'.
Listen to Lawson's Adam Pitts and Amelia Lily discussing Pink's Jingle Bell Ball performance with Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes below: