Promoting self-acceptance as only she can. Pregnant pop star Pink, 31, uses strong messaging in the video promo for her new single, “F*ckin’ Perfect,” a track featured on her current Greatest Hits Album.
Directed by David Meyers, the lensman behind Katy Perry’s “Firework” video, the theme centers around the abusive life of a young girl (played by ’90s child star Tina Majorino) throughout the duration of her life.
The star wrote a personal message on her website explaining why she chose to include what some may find disturbing imagery, but urged people to face the issue instead of looking the other way.
“We can choose to ignore the problem, and therefore ignore this video, but that won’t make it go away. I don’t support or encourage suicide or cutting,” Pink writes in her statement. “I support the kids out there that feel so desperate/numb/powerless, that feel unseen and unheard, and can’t see another way… I want them to know I’m aware. I have been there. I see them. Sometimes that’s all it takes…”