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P!nk paired with queer drag group Sink The Pink for an epic music video

P!nk paired with queer drag group Sink The Pink for an epic music video

Sink The Pink's sequinned and glittered queens took to the stage to lip sync P!nk

As part of her new album, Hurts 2B Human, P!nk has dropped a music video that’s the lip sync battle battle of the decade.

Walk Me Home is a single from her eighth studio album released last week, but yesterday (29 April) she dropped a new music video for the lead song.

To celebrate, P!nk invited the sequinned drag queens from Sink The Pink for an epic sing off to judge who’s best at channelling the pop star.

‘Feast your eyes!’

‘This is the best lip sync battle I’ve ever seen,’ the 39-year-old tweeted. ‘Feast your eyes!’

For the video, P!nk teamed up with the London-based queer collective. Donning blonde wigs, dramatic red dresses, and knee high red boots, the group battle it off to a panel of sweater-wearing judges.

Against a heart-shaped arch and thousands of rainbow metallic ribbons, the drag queens dip, swerve, and verve to the upbeat track.

Walk Me Home sees P!nk belt over heavy drums and the smooth twangs of an acoustic guitar. The foot-stomping anthem about finding an early AM companion to walk you home.

Who are Sink The Pink?

They’re the messy heart of the capital’s drag scene. Sink The Pink grew from a small nightclub into one of the UK’s biggest and brightest LGBTI events.

11 years ago, Amy Zing and Glyn Fussell grew tired of the sticky, sometimes overdone hallways of London’s clubs. The pair founded Sink The Pink, a bacchian and wicked affair of drag and cabaret held at the Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.

Since then, the dance collective have left trails of glitter on club floors across the country. From headlining music festivals such as Mighty Hoopla to teaming up with Melaine C for a global Pride tour.

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