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14 September 2012, 09:32
The 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' singer says it feels good to be back after playing live in London yesterday.
Pink has issued a thank you to all of her UK fans that came out to support her for her headline set at iTunes Festival 2012 last night.
The 'So What' singer took to the stage at the Camden Roundhouse on Thursday evening (13th September) as part of the month-long event, and lead the crowd through some of her biggest hits including 'Like A Pill', 'Raise You Glass' and 'U and Ur Hand'.
The performance was the US singer-songwriter's first UK performance in two years, and serves to promote her upcoming sixth studio album 'The Truth About Love'.
"Thank u to all the UK fans that came out 2 see the show tonight, watched me butcher the lyrics of many songs and have a good laugh doing it x," Pink tweeted after the event last night.
Check out a picture of Pink performing live at the iTunes Festival 2012 below (Credit: iTunes):
As well as performing classic hits from across her lengthy pop career Pink also treated fans to a selection of forthcoming hits from her new album, including new single 'Try' and recent Vodafone Big Top 40 number one 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)'.
Pink took to the Roundhouse stage yesterday decked out in a white tipped t-shirt emblazoned red lips and a black leather jacket, while telling the crowd, "It's so good to be back!".
Pink points out to the crowd during her headline set at iTunes Festival (Credit: iTunes):
During her visit to the UK Pink spoke out about her collaboration with Lily Allen on her new record, for a song called 'True Love', and described herself as a "super fan" of the 'Smile' singer-songwriter.
Pink is set to release her brand new album 'The Truth About Love' next week on 17th September.