COPENHAGEN—A private aircraft carrying members of U.S. singer Pink’s tour crew crash-landed at a Danish airport early on Tuesday, Aug. 6, and burst into flames but all occupants escaped unharmed, concert promoter Live Nation Norway said.
“I have been told that it was part of Pink’s team which was onboard the plane and that everybody is unharmed,” Rune Lem of Live Nation Norway told Reuters.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 6, 2019
The American singer, who is due to give a concert in the Danish town of Horsens on Wednesday night, was not on the plane.
The aircraft had been traveling from the Norwegian capital Oslo, where she performed on Monday night.
Pink is known for pop songs like ‘What About Us’, ‘Just Give Me A Reason’ and ‘Just Like A Pill’.
Danish police said a plane arriving from Oslo had an accident during landing at Aarhus airport but that all 10 people onboard managed to leave the plane uninjured.
Passengers included four Americans, two Australians and a British citizen.
Pink and Her Adorable Daughter Singing Together
The one and only Pink has never bent or bowed to the world. Her unique style and voice have captured the hearts of fans around the world, and even those who don’t listen to her music admire her spirit and authenticity. She is nothing else if not herself.
But along with being a massive pop star who sells out arenas and millions of albums, Pink is a mother who wants her daughter to follow her dreams wherever they lead.
“So how does it feel Willow to be the most beautiful person in the world? “… “UMM, does it mean I get an extra dessert this week? “– Willow
Her children, Willow Sage Hart, age 8, and Jameson Moon Hart, age 2, are at the center of everything she does. Despite being incredibly busy with touring and recording, she always finds time for her kids.
One of the most amazing examples of her commitment to her kids came a couple of years ago when Willow, who was 6 at the time, told her mom on the way to school: “I’m the ugliest girl I know,” as the singer shared with Ellen. When asked why, Willow simply said, “I just look like a boy with long hair.”
As a strong mother and woman who tries to pass on values of confidence and self-respect to her daughter, the singer was absolutely stunned. She decided to show Willow what beauty really means.
As she explained in her inspiring speech at the 2017 MTV Music Awards, she made a powerpoint to show her daughter pictures of incredible musicians with unique looks, such as David Bowie, Janis Joplin, and Annie Lennox.
“They say that I look like a boy, or I am too masculine, [I have] too many opinions, my body is too strong,” Pink shared in her speech. “So, baby, girl, we don’t change. We take the gravel and the shell and we make a pearl.”
As if her daughter had any doubts, Pink appeared on the cover of People Magazine‘s “Beautiful People” issue in 2018, along with her kids.
But that wasn’t the last collaboration between mom and daughter. When a group of incredible artists got together to record songs from The Greatest Showman (2017), she was invited to sing “A Million Dreams” for the album The Greatest Showman: Re-imagined and brought a very special guest vocalist along—Willow.
For Pink, singing a song from the soundtrack of this incredible film musical wowed audiences young and old. As she told director Michael Gracey in behind-the-scenes footage posted by Atlantic Records, “I grew up listening to ‘Annie,’ and no one has done this for me, for my heart since I was a little girl.”
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Willow got to sing a reprise of “A Million Dreams” and clearly had a lot of fun doing it. She ran around in the studio and is seen (quite literally) hanging from the ceiling at one point. As Pink told director Michael Gracey, “to have her have something like this… you made our favorite movie ever.”
When the time came to record, Willow did her best to be a kid, continually asking “why” about everything her mom was doing. Pink finally responded, “because you’re fun and I’m glad I had you.”
Finally, it was Willow’s turn to sing, and though her voice wasn’t as big as her mom’s, the feeling of the lyrics came through. “I think of what the world could be / The vision of the one I see / A million dreams are keeping me awake.”
Pink was with Willow the whole way, silently singing along with her. And though her daughter is clearly a big free spirit, she looked right into her mom’s eyes for support as she made her debut.
This heartwarming rendition shares the spirit with Pink’s amazing speech and lesson to her daughter about art and creativity being more important than external appearance.
As she and Willow sang: “A millions dreams for the world we’re going to make.” This little girl is well on her way.
Reuters and Epoch Times reporter Robert Jay Watson contributed to this report.