After performing at the 'American Music Awards' earlier this week, dangling on the side of a building 30 stories in the air, Pink has now released a much more grounded (get it??) music video for the title track of her album 'Beautiful Trauma'.
The video is a hyper-colour take on the golden age of movie musicals and it stars the all-dancing, all-handsome Channing Tatum as her husband as the pair dance their way through various vices.
In the video the pair play "Ginger and Fred Hart", a play on the iconic pairing of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, one of the most famous dance partners in the motion pictures during the Golden Age of Hollywood. It's also a nod to Pink's 11-year marriage to Carey Hart.
Pink and Tatum even channel Ginger and Fred as they tap dance their way through domestic issues like pill addiction, alcoholism, cross-dressing and dabbling in bondage. All the tenants of a healthy marriage.
There are also a few cute visual references to old Hollywood, like when Pink pours the contents of her pills out onto the floor and the duo dance similarly to Astaire's Sandman Dance from the film 'Top Hat'.
The video, like her album, takes cues from the difficulties of being with her partner for over a decade. Speaking to 'The Guardian' Pink spoke about her relationship, and the troubles they've overcome.
"There are moments where I look at [Hart] and he is the most thoughtful, logical, constant ... he's like a rock... And then I'll look at him and go: I've never liked you. There's nothing I like about you. We have nothing in common.
"You'll go through times when you haven't had sex in a year. Is this bed death? Is this the end of it? Do I want him? Does he want me? Monogamy is work! But you do the work and it's good again."