Pink And Gwen Stefani Performed A ‘Just a Girl’ Duet—and it was incredible


Pop superstar Pink has been killing it lately as she travels around the country for her “Beautiful Trauma” tour. But her Los Angeles performance was extra special because another pop icon joined her on stage. Pink sang with none other than … drumroll please … Gwen Stefani!

Stefani joined Pink for a duet of “Just A Girl,” a song Stefani originally performed with musical group No Doubt and released in 1995. Longtime fans of Pink and Stefani are likely very familiar with this song — and were definitely in for a treat to see these two perform it together.

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If you weren’t in the audience on May 31 when the pair sang it live, you’re in luck. There is video of the duet, shared on YouTube by Paul Bottomley.

It begins with Pink singing her hit “Funhouse,” so you can live vicariously through those who were there in person:

This isn’t the first time Stefani and Pink have performed together, either. They actually sang “Just A Girl” together back in 2012 at the iHeartRadio Music Festival. You can catch that version in the video below, shared on YouTube by user playlistfullhd2:

No matter how many times these women support each other on stage, it clearly never gets old. Pink posted about how much she loves Stefani on Instagram.

“Y’all don’t even understand how much love I have for this chick, this rocker, this mama, this entrepreneur, this total OG badass that is @gwenstefani there really aren’t any comparisons as far as I’m concerned. Tonight was fun. Thanks friend,” she captioned a photo of their performance.

Stefani also posted about how much respect she has for Pink, writing “Ummm so this happened!!” along with a video of the memorable performance.

Pink is all about supporting other artists, especially female artists. She demonstrated that when she gave aspiring 12-year-old singer Victoria Anthony the microphone at a concert, too:

Victoria is clearly talented, and Pink gave her the chance to share that with all of the fans who had gathered in the arena that night.

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Not surprisingly, Pink is all about empowerment when it comes to her own children, as well. When her daughter, Willow, was teased for “looking like a boy,” this rockstar mama gave her girl an inspiring pep talk:

“So, baby girl, we don’t change. We take the gravel and the shell and we make a pearl,” she told Willow. “We help other people to change so that they can see more kinds of beauty.”

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Pink is raising her kids in a gender-neutral household. She has said that she teaches them to see the gray area when it comes to things like gender and race.

“I have boys that flip dirt bags and I have boy friends that wear dresses. It’s all okay to me,” she told People magazine. “It’s whatever floats your boat. So that’s the kind of house that we live in.”

Anyone else feeling a lot of girl power right now?

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