Just hours before accepting the Icon Award at the 2023 iHeartRadio Awards, Pink hit the red carpet with her two children.
The 43-year-old singer (born Alecia Beth Moore) was all smiles while walking the red carpet with her kids Willow Sage, 11, and Jameson Moon, 6, at the event, held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on Monday.
It was announced in early March that Pink would be honored with the Icon Award and also perform during the ceremony, hosted by rock legend Lenny Kravitz.
Pink stepped out with a pristine white suit coat with a shimmering silver diamond-encrusted necklace.
She had her short blonde hair done up in her typical style, while accessorizing with a fitting pair of silver heart earrings.
Red carpet ready: Just hours before accepting the Icon Award at the 2023 iHeartRadio Awards, Pink hit the red carpet with her two children
She completed her look with a flowing white maxi skirt that fell to the red carpet and obscured her footwear for the evening.
The singer was joined by her two children with off-road truck racer Carey Hart, who she’s been married to since 2006.
11-year-old Willow Sage opted for a stunning sequined pink dress with thick black boots.
Her son 6-year-old Jameson Moon opted for a white t-shirt under a grey suit vest with matching pants and white sneakers.
The singer’s husband Hart was not present on the red carpet with her and the kids.
Pink was chosen as the Impact Award recipient for 2023 for her, ‘pop culture, longevity and continued relevance as a touring and radio force with a loyal fan base worldwide.’
She is the fourth artist to receive the award, joining esteemed artists Bon Jovi, Elton John and Jennifer Lopez.
The singer will also be joining the performer’s lineup that also includes Kelly Clarkson, Keith Urban, Muni Long, Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, Cody Johnson and Coldplay, who will perform remotely from Brazil.
Pink and kids: The singer was joined by her two children with off-road truck racer Carey Hart, who she’s been married to since 2006
Pink released her ninth album Trustfall in February, opening up about what the title meant during an iHeartRadio album release party in New York City.
‘I feel like living and getting out of bed and participating in elections, dropping your kids off at school, having relationships, being vulnerable, having parents getting older. Just all of it feels like it requires a lot of trust from us these days,’ she revealed.
‘I think that a lot of the time we feel like we’re falling backward and we don’t know where the ground is,’ Pink added.
‘Life is also beautiful but it’s an interesting time right now and it requires a lot of faith and a lot of trust,’ she admitted.
‘That was the theme of the last three years of my life and it all came together in what I think is a beautiful, beautiful body of work,’ she added.
While the album confronts a lot of the pain and grief many have felt throughout the past three years, many also called it one of her most fun albums to date.
‘That’s what we do every day. 9 o’clock went well. 10 o’clock was really bad. 11 o’clock I’m gonna reel it back in, get it back together. 12 o’clock I just had the best hour of my life. That’s how life is and it’s all happening, there’s nothing we can do about it,’ she said.
The album is her ninth straight Billboard 200 top 10 hit, peaking at #2 in the U.S. and topping the charts in Australia, Canada and the U.K.
New album: Pink released her ninth album Trustfall in February, opening up about what the title meant during an iHeartRadio album release party in New York City