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post Jun 6 2009, 12:44 PM
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There You Go
Can't Take Me Home

In the music video, an ex-boyfriend of Pink's calls her up asking for a ride, so she reluctantly agrees to pick him up. Pink rides on a motorcycle to the top of a building overlooking her ex's apartment, and calls him on her cell. Then she revs up her motorcycle, jumps off at the last minute and watches as it soars off the building and crashes into her ex-boyfriend's apartment window before exploding into flames. Then Pink jumps in a car driven by her new boyfriend, giving her ex the finger as they drive off.

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Most Girls
Can't Take Me Home



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You Make Me Sick
Can't Take Me Home

The video for the song was filmed the week before her visit to Australia in late 2000 and was directed by Dave Meyers, who she had collaborated with twice previously on her first two singles from Can't Take Me Home.



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Lady Marmalade

The music video, directed by Paul Hunter, features all four performers in lingerie and was filmed at the end of March 2001 on sets (Los Angeles) built to resemble the actual Moulin Rouge night club around the turn of the century (1890-1910). The video won the MTV Video Music Award for "Best Video of the Year" and "Best Video from a Film"; it was also nominated for "Best Dance Video", "Best Pop Video", "Best Choreography" (Tina Landon), and "Best Art Direction". The song won a 2002 Grammy Award in the category of "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals". It ranks #30 on MuchMusic's 100 Best Videos.



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Get The Party Started
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The music video was shot by director Dave Meyers in Los Angeles in late September 2001. In the video Pink is showering and getting ready to go out, trying on different outfits. One of her friends picks her up, and they drive in a car bobbing their heads to the music. However, the car breaks down. They get out of the car and steal two skateboards from two boys, after which Pink falls off her skateboard because men in a car are whistling at her. The women arrive at the club but are refused entry by the bodyguard, so to get in they use a window washing platform to reach the top of the building. Inside the club the bartender is played by Linda Perry. Pink changes her clothes and starts to party, and at the end Pink dances with two other dancers. She takes off her earrings and necklace and gives it to a person. One of the dancers in the video is Kevin Federline, who subsequently became a back-up dancer for Britney Spears and was married to her.

The video was nominated at the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards for "Best Pop Video" and won the awards for "Best Female Video" and "Best Dance Video".



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post Jun 6 2009, 12:55 PM
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Don't Let Me Get Me
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A music video was shot in early 2002, and was on MTV's Total Request Live in March 2002



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post Jun 6 2009, 12:57 PM
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Just Like A Pill
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The video for "Just like a Pill" was directed by Francis Lawrence. The video for the song is considerably different from Pink's previous videos. "Get the Party Started" and "Don't Let Me Get Me" were lighter in nature than the dark atmosphere which is reflected in the video for "Just like a Pill", an example of which is the fact that Pink can be seen throughout the whole video wearing black outfits. In the first scene, Pink lies on the floor. In the chorus she sings in front of her band. She is also featured in another scene with white rabbits around her in a room, and in another scene, she is seen with an elephant. There are also scenes with Pink singing in front of and amongst various people. In the latter half of the video, she runs in a hall whilst lip-synching the song, before disappearing into a bright doorway at the conclusion of the video.

In the video, Pink is seen sitting in front of an elephant. After the elephant had been on the set, she saw the abuse and captivity the animal was in. "Pink learned about the abuse of captive elephants when a trainer brought one onto the set of her 'Just like a Pill' video. She could see that something was wrong and she called us to learn more about the issue. Now, Pink would like to see circuses pack their trunks", according to PETA spokesman Dan Mathews

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post Jun 6 2009, 01:00 PM
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Family Portrait
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In the music video for Family Portrait, Pink plays a young woman who still has unresolved issues with her parents' divorce. This is represented by a little girl representing Pink as a child, played by actress Kelsey Lewis. Throughout the video, Pink's younger self tries to get her to address her childhood, in many ways such as making her eat cereal she liked as a child and interfering with her therapy session. Pink initially refuses to listen to her younger self until the bridge. After that, Pink comes to terms with her childhood as represented by her younger self joining the family in the television.

Another interpretation of the video: Pink is a young woman willing to divorce her husband, who is an unknown character in the video. The little girl is her daughter and sings most of the verses in the song trying to convince her mother to reconsider her decision. The video starts with Pink waking up to answer the phone. She breaks a glass of water as she reaches the phone. The little girl sings the first verse and the video moves to another scene where Pink and her daughter argue about the divorce. The girl pulls her mother (Pink) by the hand asking her "Can we work it out?", Pink replies "Get away". As the second verse starts, Pink and her daughter are shown sitting on a sofa, eating cereal and watching TV. The girl sings verse 2 as she and her mom watch a happy family of a Mother, a Father, two girls and a boy eating cereal all together, in a kitchen of bright colors. In the middle of the video, a lawyer visits the family and Pink discusses her divorce matters with him as her daughter tries her best to stop her, and the lawyer notices the girl's behavior. After he leaves, Pink and her daughter sit on the stairs wearing the same outfit and singing the chorus. Then the two girls sing each individually. As the bridge starts, Pink is singing and her daughter is shown happy with what her mom is saying about the effects of divorce on a kid. Then they're both shown playing on the sofa (where they ate cereal) and in a good mood showing Pink has backed off the idea of divorce. But then, the mother in TV outstretches her hand toward Pink's daughter and invites her to join the family, and the girl gives her her hand and joins her. The video ends with Pink lying on the sofa alone and holding to her pillow tight.

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post Jun 6 2009, 01:03 PM
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Feel Good Time



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post Jun 6 2009, 01:05 PM
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Trouble
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The song's music video is western-themed. In it, Pink rides her horse into a small town named Sharktown. Upon seeing several horses tied up, she starts a brawl with the men nearby. She then enters a saloon and orders a drink. The bartender looks to the sheriff (Jeremy Renner), who has been watching Pink since she arrived. When the sheriff indicates "no," the bartender refuses to serve Pink, causing her to leap over the counter, knock down the bartender, and start another brawl.

The sheriff breaks a bottle on her head and then has her carried into a jail cell. Pink seduces the sheriff, who lets her out of the cell, and transfers her own handcuffs to the sheriff. She enters the bar for another fight, and she and several other women (specifically, the Pussycat Dolls) begin dancing on top of the bar counter. After freeing the horses from their stable, Pink defeats the sheriff in a fight using whips and rides out of town.

The girl who features in the video also features in Pink's video for Family Portrait.



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post Jun 6 2009, 01:09 PM
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God Is A DJ
Try This

The music video for this song features Pink in prostitute-esque clothing, and features scenes of Pink and others (assumed to be her roommates) getting dressed, riding a subway, and going to a nightclub. The video debuted on MTV's Total Request Live at number ten on January 22, 2004 and peaked at number six.



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post Jun 6 2009, 01:13 PM
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Last To Know
Try This

The promotional music video for "Last to Know" consists of a montage of shots from some of Pink's concerts during her Try This Tour in Europe. A proper video was scheduled to be filmed, but the plan was scrapped after the album sales began to decrease. This video was supposed to be used to promote the DVD Live in Europe, but the DVD wasn't released until May 2006.



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post Jun 6 2009, 01:17 PM
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Stupid Girls
I'm Not Dead

The single's video was directed by Dave Meyers and premiered on MTV's broadband channel Overdrive on January 26, 2006. Meyers and Pink shot the videos for "Stupid Girls" and "U + Ur Hand", the album's third single, before the decision was made as to which would become the album's lead single. Pink described the video as "sick and twisted and insane" and said of Meyers, "He has an insane imagination. I don't think anyone ever stopped laughing during 'Stupid Girl'. I don't think everyone else is going to laugh, but just know that we all did." Pink did her own stunts for the video.
According to Barry Weiss, president of Zomba Music Group, executives at Pink's label were reluctant to release the song as the album's first single until the video "hit a chord" with them.[3] They decided to release the video before issuing the song to radio, and 8.6 million people downloaded the video when it was made available on the internet. Zomba's senior vice president of marketing Janet Kleinbaum said that radio programmers "went online to download the audio from the video in order to get it on radio".
The video shows Pink as an angel and a demon who try to influence the future of a young girl. The angel shows her a series of images demonstrating the stupidity of current trends in female celebrity, and the images feature Pink in various roles, including a dancer in a 50 Cent video, a girl attempting to attract the attention of an instructor at the gym, a girl who uses her emergency inflatable breasts at a bowling alley, a girl at a tanning salon, a girl with purging disorder who considers calories "so not sexy", an old woman in a pink tracksuit, a girl getting plastic surgery, a girl making a sex tape, a girl washing her car and rubbing a facecloth and soap all over herself, and a girl who goes into what looks like a pet shop, buys an "itsy bitsy doggy", and drives her car so carelessly while putting on makeup that she runs over two people. Pink also plays characters meant to represent the opposite of "stupid girls", such as a finishing school teacher, female president and a girl winning a game of football. The video ends with the girl choosing a football, a computer, books, dance shoes, and a keyboard over makeup and a set of dolls; the demon is defeated.
Some of the negatively portrayed characters in the video are parodies of young female celebrities such as Mary Kate Olsen, who provides the basis for the Boho-chic dressing style of the girl who visits a Fred Segal clothing store. The redheaded girl who accidentally hits pedestrians with her car is a parody of Lindsay Lohan. The scene in which Pink washes a car in a bikini is a parody of similar scenes in the video for Jessica Simpson's "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" (2005) and a 2005 Carl's Jr. television commercial featuring Paris Hilton. The digital video shots showing Pink in bed with a man parallel those in the Paris Hilton sex tape 1 Night in Paris.
The video debuted on the U.S. MTV Total Request Live countdown on January 31 and peaked at number six; it remained on the countdown for fourteen days, until February 23. The video was retired on the Poland version of MTV's Total Request Live, and it won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video in August 2006. When she was receiving the award, Pink parodied Paris Hilton by talking in a higher pitched voice and acting overly excited. Nicole Richie, Hilton's co-star on The Simple Life, co-presented the award.



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post Jun 6 2009, 01:19 PM
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Who knew
I'm Not Dead

The single's video was directed by Dragon, a team comprising Sam Bayer, Robert Hales and Brian Lazzaro. It was filmed in the weekend beginning April 15, 2006 in Los Angeles, United States, and it was released to the internet and to UK music channels in early May 2006. The video reached number one on MTV Germany's top ten and on TRL Italy. "Who Knew" was voted number one on TRL Germany twenty times, allowing Pink to earn the "Golden Tape". In the U.S. Total Request Live broadcast a "First Look" of the video on May 22, and it debuted on the show's top ten countdown the following day; it spent eight non-consecutive days on the countdown (until June 9), peaking at number seven.
It features a young couple visiting a fairground and going on the rides, and at one point the boy puts a necklace on the girl. The video flashes back to the boy secretly injecting himself with drugs on a previous night while the girl is sleeping. At the carnival, when the girl is playing a game, the boy walks away. The girl realizes he's gone and follows him, but when she tries to get him to stay with her he gets violent. He goes to the back of the fairground to inject himself with drugs and breaks into a sweat. His girl wanders around looking for him, and finds him unconscious; he has taken an overdose. She gives him a kiss, gives back the necklace and phones for an ambulance; after it has arrived, she walks away crying. The video is intercut with shots of Pink singing the song at the entrance to the fairground.
In Pink's most recent album, Funhouse, she compares life to a carnival, because carnivals are supposed to be enjoyable, but in actuality, they're not. The setting for the music video with the fairgrounds provides a false sense of security for the girl in the music video.



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post Jun 6 2009, 01:21 PM
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U + Ur Hand
I'm Not Dead

Pink shot videos for "U + Ur Hand" and "Stupid Girls" at the same time, before the decision was made to release the latter as the first single from I'm Not Dead. Dave Meyers directed both videos. The "U + Ur Hand" video was shot in Sun Valley, California, at the Haziza Gallery in Los Angeles, at La Center Studios and at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, California in December 2005. Pink stated that in the "U + Ur Hand" video she was "glammed" up and that it took four hours of make-up and one hour of shooting for every different look in the video.She said she wanted it to be "a colorful video". The outfit that Pink was wearing in the bedroom scene consisted of pieces of black lace that was imported from France and cost US$300 per yard of the fabric.The actor in the tea garden scene is Tristan Castro.
The music video for "U + Ur Hand" premiered on Canada's MuchMusic network on July 18, 2006, and was released in Europe at the end of August. In the United States it premiered on MTV's Total Request Live on September 29 as the "First Look" for that day. The video reached number one on TRL six days after its debut, Pink's second video to reach the top on the countdown after the video for her 2003 single "Trouble".
The video features Pink posing as several of New Zealand artist Martin Emond's characters, including "Baby Red Knuckles", "Rocker Bikerboy" and "Hard Candy". In the video, she has six different looks. During the video, Pink is shown reading a book with pictures of each scene that follows. Pink's character is named "Lady Delish". The use of these characters was uncredited and unauthorised. At the time of the video release, Illicit Streetwear and the Martin F. Emond estate were reviewing their options to take action.

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Nobody Knows
I'm Not Dead

The music video was shot in London by director Jake Nava. The first scene features Pink in a hotel room (shot in The May Fair hotel) staring out of a window, and later accessing her laptop computer. During the video she messes up the room by throwing everything around, and she is later seen sitting in the fetal position in a shower. Another scene shows Pink walking down a street, past a couple in love and some drunken men. The video ends with Pink singing to an empty auditorium, pretending to do a real performance.

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Dear Mr President
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Like the video for "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)", the "Dear Mr. President" music video is a live video, but it differs from the "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)" video in that it includes the live vocal. It is from the performance of the song during Pink's I'm Not Dead Tour in London at Wembley Arena. The performance was featured on the tour DVD Pink: Live from Wembley Arena. Pink is in front of the stage with her backing vocalists and an acoustic guitar, singing the song. On the big screens images are shown of George W. Bush, child casualties of the Iraq war, coffins with American flags over them (pointing to soldiers that have died during the War in Iraq), victims of Hurricane Katrina and more. Those images are also shown on the left and right side of Pink's head during the song.
The video debuted at number four on the German version of MTV's Total Request Live on May 3, 2007. It is shown with German subtitles in Austria and Germany and with Czech subtitles in Czech Republic. In Australia, the video is not shown on Network Ten's G-rated morning music video show Video Hits First, regardless of whether it is in the top 10 of the ARIA Charts or not. It recently began showing on its sister show Video Hits, which is PG-rated and screens at a later time (10:00am AEST). Despite this, it is shown on other music video shows, such as Eclipse Music TV (Seven Network, also PG-rated), and rage (ABC, G-rated after 6:00am).
On November 12, 2007 VH1, a U.S.-based video music channel, began introducing the song into their video rotation.
The video can also be seen on Yahoo!Launch, with French subtitles



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Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)
I'm Not Dead

The music video consists of performances from Pink's I'm Not Dead Tour. The video mostly includes shots of performances of "Leave Me Alone (I'm Lonely)", but it also includes clips of performances of songs such as "Stupid Girls", "Fingers", "The One That Got Away" and "U + Ur Hand".

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Cuz i Can
I'm Not Dead

The music video was first seen on Australian television on October 5, 2007 and is a live performance video from the I'm Not Dead Tour. The performance, which was the show opener for the tour, featured dancers dressed like monks and with only underwear beneath their robes.



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So What
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Dave Meyers, who is known for having artists giving a over-the-top portrayal of celebrities or themselves, directed the video for "So What". Pink previously worked with him for the videos to "U + Ur Hand" and "Stupid Girls", which earned MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video. Pink also worked with Meyers on the videos for "There You Go", "Most Girls", "You Make Me Sick", "Get the Party Started", "Don't Let Me Get Me" and the Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle track "Feel Good Time". The video was shown on August 22 on FNMTV. The video has premiered on 22 August on the UK music site Popjustice.

Pink posted a message on her website for her fans about what it was like to shoot the video:

If you EVER get a chance to drive a lawnmower down Sunset Blvd - I highly suggest it. Thanks for making my day. I'm really, really, really excited. This video was too much fun... glad you likey's and don't worry - Carey likey's too. We are insane.

The video begins in a tattoo parlour, Pink is getting a tattoo of a red void mark on her arm across an existing tattoo before the scene cuts to Pink riding down Sunset Boulevard on a lawnmower and drinking alcohol. Pink is then shown entering Guitar Center browsing guitars. She pretends to play before attempting to smash it into the ground, but she is restrained by a store clerk which leads to them engaging in a fight. Pink is shown cutting down a tree engraved with her real name and her ex-husband's names with a chainsaw. She cries on the chainsaw, while telling herself that she is all right, right before the tree falls and nearly crushes her neighbor (played by Will Sasso). After this, Pink is sitting in a bar after losing her table to Jessica Simpson, accompanied by a man who is playing the drums out of glasses.

The next scene goes to Pink on a motorbike, while a newly wedded couple in a car pull up beside her. Jealous and outraged at the happy newlyweds, Pink is shown throwing objects at the car and popping the blown up condoms used to decorate the vehicle, before climbing onto it and playfully (albeit violently) attacking the vehicle. Pink is then shown stripping on the red carpet, surrounded by photographers, she takes off her jacket to reveal her (blurred) nude body. The paparazzi all snap photos of her as she does choreography from Michael Jackson's video for Thriller naked. Then while getting her hair done, her stylist applies hairspray, as Pink turns on her lighter, accidentally setting her hair on fire. Also shown are two men urinating in bottles, which they give to Pink, however Pink passes them to two guys walking past her. They drink it and then realizing what it is, spit it out in disgust. Finally, Pink is shown surrounded by men and women in their underwear engaging in a pillow fight. The video then cuts between all the scenes shown in the video before ending with Pink poking her tongue at the camera with her ex-husband.

Pink is also shown performing the song in concert near the end. Pink's ex-husband Carey Hart makes cameos throughout the video, such as a scene where they are talking as newspaper headlines flash behind them. Producer Butch Walker also makes a cameo. Pink has stated that Hart had not heard the song prior to arriving for the video shoot.

The video was released on Saturday, September 6 on iTunes, and quickly jumped to the #1 video spot on the iTunes chart in less than 24 hours of it being listed.

The video was ranked on VH1 as the 3rd best music video of 2008 on the Top 40 Videos of 2008. On Facebook it was the second favourite video of 2008. The scene from the video where Pink sets her hair on fire, is censored on MTV UK and its sister channels. That scene is replaced with other short clips from the video.

On Pink's official YouTube channel, the video gained over 26 million views, and it's her most viewed video on the site to date.



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