Pink appears to shadow Christina Aguilera as she discusses her music video for Lady Marmalade, continuing the rumored feud between the singers
Pink appeared to subtly cast shadows on Christina Aguilera while discussing Lady Marmalade’s music video.
In an interview with BuzzFeed UK, the Raise Your Glass singer, 43, fueled rumors that the two legendary singers had been feuding for decades.
It presumably started after the two singers collaborated on the song alongside Lil Kim and Mya in 2001, though both singers claimed there was no beef.
The beauty was asked to rank her 12 favorite music videos and immediately threw Lady Marmalade at the bottom.
Pink explained that “it wasn’t very fun to do.”
The shade? Pink appeared to subtly cast shadows on Christina Aguilera while discussing Lady Marmalade’s music video
She continued: “I’m just having fun and it was like a lot of fuss and there was some personality.”
The shade continued as she mentioned, “Kim and Mya were lovely,” but left Christina, 42, mostly out of that sentiment.
In 2017, Pink claimed that the Ain’t No Other Man singer “swinged at me at a club.”
However, she also shared that the two have since squashed their beef and that they are “okay” with each other.
“Actually, she attacked me in a club, which was hilarious. I thought, ‘What’s happening right now? What’s up?”
In response to this claim, Christina shared that she had a different memory of that night.
“I seem to have another memory of a night we had at a club where we played spin the bottle. I have a love memory.’
The blonde beauty continued, “Wait, wait. Look at her; Look at me. I wouldn’t attack her. She can slap my ass. She could really kick my ass then.’
Pink was asked to rank her 12 favorite music videos and immediately threw Lady Marmalade at the bottom; (LR) Pink, Lil’ Kim, Mya and Christina Aguilera perform at the 2001 MTV Movie Awards
Glitzy: During the interview, Pink said the video wasn’t “fun”
During another interview with Watch What Happens Live, the Try singer said, “We were super young and super new to the whole thing.
“I think I’m an alpha and she’s an alpha. And I’m used to taking my arguments physically, and she’s used to taking them verbally.
She explained that she and the hitmaker are “just very different” people.
Despite a feud that resulted from working together on Lady Marmalade, several good things came of the collaboration.
The song was originally written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan in 1974 and recorded by Labelle, the American R&B group.
The video: The Raise Your Glass singer also said, “I’m all for fun and there was so much fuss and there was some personality.”
Queens: Pink and Christina teamed up with Lil Kim and Mya for the song and video
Pink, Christina, Lil Kim and Mya recorded their version of it for Baz Luhrmann’s 2001 film Moulin Rouge!
Her version of the song peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in its eighth week and stayed at the top for five weeks.
The video won the MTV Video Music Awards for Best Video of the Year and Best Video from a Motion Picture.
Lady Marmalade also won the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocal.