Pink reached #1 on the Australian charts trust fall (via RCA/Sony), the US pop superstar’s ninth studio album.
and trust fall Debuting at the top of the ARIA charts published on February 24, Pink took the seventh leader in parts, bringing her total weeks at the top to 44, ARIA reports.
Pink is considered an ‘honorary Australian’ and she spent enough time here to earn it.
About her 2009 fun house tour, she criss-crossed the country for a staggering 59 shows. It took three months and is an epic adventure that has seen 650,000 tickets sold. Not bad for a country with a population less than her 25 million at the time.
for her love tour about truth From 2013-14, Pink completed 46 dates.and for her Australian feet beautiful trauma world tour In 2018, she spent over two months on these shores and had 42 successful arena dates.
According to Billboard Boxscore, Pink is an artist who grossed about $135 million in Oceania in the 2010s. She has her own women’s restroom at her Entertainment Her Center in Brisbane and is breaking her attendance records.
Her album is also a sure hit. Of Pink’s leaders, three have been number one on her ARIA chart for more than her eight weeks. fun house From 2008 (9 weeks), Greatest Hits…so far!!! From 2010 (13 weeks) and truth of love From 2012 (10 weeks).
The Philadelphia native also dominated the national charts i am not dead (2006), beautiful trauma (2017) and 2B Hurt humans (2019).
Meanwhile, the title track is trust fall Pink’s 44th Australian Top 20 hit went 34-19 on the ARIA Singles Chart.
As Ed Sheeran tours the country for his latest stadium tour, = (equal via Atlantic/Warner), Brit’s two LPs are back in the Top 10. His latest release from 2021 is equal17-6 rising, while Divide (÷) is up 15-8 since 2017.
Another British superstar pop artist is currently touring Australia and enjoying sales of his recordings.Harry Styles is roaming the country for his domestic legs love on tour On trek, his global hit single “As It Was” (Columbia/Sony) climbed 9-5 and its parent album harry’s house Holds 2nd place.
On the ARIA Singles Chart, Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” (Columbia/Sony) topped the chart for six weeks in a row.
If it hits its 7th week at the Penthouse, “Flowers” will rival the days of Miley’s father, Billy Ray Cyrus, with the 1992 hit “Achy Breaky Heart.”
Finally, another pinkish artist is making a statement on the Australian charts. hit another peak, 3-2, thanks to a viral cut featuring rapper Ice Spice.