The Truth About Love

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The Truth About Love Is…The No. 1 Spot Is Always Oh So Sweet

Pink Lands No. 1 With "Truth About Love"

Months before P!nk‘s “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” hit airwaves, what would be the singers first single from The Truth About Love was played for us in the VH1 office. Instantly we’d all concurred it was a certified banger. The type of lead that would put P!nk in a well deserved No. 1 spot. Low and behold after being in the business 13 years and six albums in P!nk has landed her first Billboard 200 No. 1 album. Billboard reports that according to Nielsen SoundScan The Truth About Love sold 280,000. Atop the charts is exactly where P!nk belongs.

This may be P!nk’s first number one, but it’s her sixth top 10 album. 2008′s Funhouse was close coming in at No. 2, but nothing’s sweeter than numero uno. The Truth About Love is this year’s third biggest debut behind only Justin Bieber’s Believe and Madonna’s MDNA. G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer presented by Kanye West copped the No. 2 spot behind P!nk impressively selling 205,000 units.

A toast is in order to P!nk, whose VH1 Storytellers episode debuts Tuesday, November 13 at 11pm ET/PT. Doesn’t matter when P!nk got to the coveted top spot. Bottom line: she got there.

Pink Earns First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart [Billboard]

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P!nk Inspires Us To Get Up And “Try”

Whether she’s kicking you out the door or letting you back in, P!nk is ever inspiring with her strength. Every bit the kiss-off the title suggests, the first single off her soon to be released The Truth About Love, “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” is the opposite of forgiving. “Eyes on fire,” burning from all the time, “she thinks she’s “finally had enough” and that she maybe “thinks to much.” And so “no more battles for me,” she begs, ending things. “Blow me one last kiss.”

Meanwhile, this second The Truth About Love single takes the opposite approach to the maybe too challenging relationship by forgiving. Instead of walking out the door, she’s going to “Try.” “Sometimes I think it’s better to never ask why,” she submits, because sometimes “we fall in love so easy, even when it’s not right.” So instead of blowing one last kiss, she keeps trying. “Just because it burns doesn’t mean you’re going to die, you gotta get up and try,” she sings on the ballad’s chorus, determined as ever. Sometimes it takes as much strength to forgive as it does to kiss-off.

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P!nk’s Is Putting Everyone To Work On Her New Album: Eminem And Fun. Join The Mix

Anticipation for P!nk’s The Truth About Love keeps growing and growing. We’ve already adopted the album’s first single “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” as our break-up anthem and gone giddy over the news that expectant mother Lily Allen and P!nk’s cute daughter Willow will be featured on the album. And today, the word gets better still because Eminem and Nate Ruess of fun. have joined the mix, as well! Babies, rockers and rappers — is there no one P!nk can’t work with? Lily Allen, Eminem and fun. — is there no one P!nk is not not working with. Read more…

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P!nk’s Revenge In “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” Is How You Successfully Breakup With Someone

Always expect the unexpected from P!nk. Last night MTV debuted the video to the Song Of The Summer breakup anthem “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” from P!nk’s forthcoming album The Truth About Love (speaking of which, make sure to vote for P!nk over at sots.vh1.com). Shot in black and white by director Dave Meyers, P!nk is giving us pin-up Marilyn Monroe! All is well at the quiet picnic until her love interest answers his phone in the middle of their romantic rendezvous. It doesn’t take long for a very feisty P!nk to toss a glass of red wine in his face before walking off. The ballroom dance floor is the beginning of her plan to seek revenge. Read more…

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P!nk Confirms Lily Allen Collaboration For Her New Album

Looks like new moms P!nk and Lily Allen will be together in their return to music! P!nk announced on Carson Daly’s radio show that Allen has joining the already impressive list — which so far only includes P!nk’s 13-month old daughter Willow, who is apparently “better on bass than” her mom — of confirmed features for her upcoming album, The Truth About Love. “For the last 14 years, everyone has said no. But this album, everyone said yes,” she said of the get. “I think that’s because people think I’ve softened.”

Both women are currently at work with producer Greg Kurstin on their albums, and so this collaboration makes perfect sense. Aside from the fact that they are both new moms, both P!nk and Lily Allen are known for their no holds barred attitude, as well as their sense of humor when it comes to music. We imagine whatever they come-up with will be fun and full of kick. And as for Allen, who has only just returned to making music after years away, a high-profile feature like this will surely whet fan’s taste for more. And hey, if we’re lucky, maybe P!nk will return the favor!

Pink Tells Carson Daly The Truth About Her Album & Life As A New Mommy [AMP]

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P!nk Reminds Us Of What We’ve Been Missing In This Album Announcement Video

This 33 second announcement video is everything we love about P!nk. Posted as an announcement for her upcoming album, she is sure to includes all vitals: that the new album is out September 18th, and that it will be called The Truth About Love. She does it, though, in classic, sassy P!nk style. “I want to tell you something really important,” she begins, clearly struggling to keep a straight face. Cracking, she asks through her hearty laugh, “What am I supposed to say?” Nothing more was necessary! Her playful attitude toward the announcement tells us everything we need to know about the album, namely that it will be a return of the feisty star we love.

Rocking platinum hair streaked with her namesake pink and her eyes caked in neon blue eyeliner, this quick clip reminds us how much we’ve missed P!nk. It’s been four years since Funhouse, but she’s still got that color and feistiness that make her a standout amongst her fellow pop stars. And as we noted earlier this week, new album’s catchy first single “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” is a refreshing reminder of this. Consider our calendars marked: September 18th, The Truth About Love.

Pink Announces ‘The Truth About Love’ Album, Release Date: Watch [Idolator]