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While fans mainly go for the live music and overall experience, big productions like that of Taylor Swift's Red tour, Pink's Truth About Love tour, Rihanna's Diamonds tour, and Beyonce's Mrs. Carter tour also have some sizzling sights to behold. For instance, these ladies all wear a variety of insanely ornate getups while belting out their hits on stage -- here, we've selected one of our favorite costumes from each of the aforementioned divas, and we want to know whose tour ensemble you are digging the most.
In light of the massive drama this season between 'American Idol' judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj, the multi-octave diva is pretty much guaranteed to walk out -- and the producers of the now-struggling Fox juggernaut are eyeing some unbelievably huge names to fill in the panel.
Pink songs stand in a category all their own, since the singer herself differentiates greatly from her pop peers. Pink doesn't need to pout or get all breathy in her songs, since she's already sexy. She's a heat-seeking missile more interested in the mess and the fallout, rather than a singer striving for pop perfection. Pink's edges are rough and frayed, her emotion always in your face. But most importantly, the woman born Alecia Beth Moore in the Philadelphia suburbs can sing. Oh, can she sing.
Anyone who has ever been lucky enough to see Pink live knows that she puts serious work into her performances -- live vocals, crazy aerial stunts and choreography -- to ensure an amazing show. So when she had to bail on a concert in Birmingham, England, she was bummed.
So were her fans, some of whom sent her hate mail. That didn't sit well with the feisty songstress, who was forced to cancel due to a pretty serious series of infections.
'The Truth About Love' by Pink is proving to be a full-fledged hit machine, and there's no sign of it stopping anytime soon. Leading off with the feisty, "typical Pink" track 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' before easing into the emotional, softer tones of 'Try' and 'Just Give Me a Reason,' the blush-hued songstress reconciles both ends of the continuum with her latest single, 'True Love.' And she does so with the company of the lovely Lily Allen!