Pink in the music video for her song "Try." Photo Credit: RCA Records

Grammy Awards 2014: Pink Spins High Above the Crowd and Delivers Stellar Performance (GIF)

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Whenever Pink hits the stage, there is one thing that you can be assured of; she is going to put on one amazing show. Tonight at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards was absolutely no different.

She appeared tonight from high in the sky as she began to sing her smash hit “Try” from her latest album The Truth About Love. As the music played, Pink spun high above everyone’s head.

As she was slowly lowered towards the crowd, two people on the ground took hold of her hands and send the songstress into a spinning frenzy.

In case you missed it, here is a look at that amazing feat.

Pink Spinning

What amazes me even more than the sheer athletic ability that it  takes to pull something like that off, let alone look fantastic doing it, is the fact that she doesn’t miss a beat in her performance.

Needless to say, the performance was far from over. As she ascended back into the air, she was able to bring her legs in and continue spinning faster and faster; transitioning into many different positions before being lowered to the stage where she continued her song by performing the routine she did in the music video for the song.

Credit: Zombie Prophet

Credit: Zombie Prophet

Pink topped off her spectacular performance by singing a duet with Nate Ruess from the band Fun. as they sang their song “Just Give Me A Reason,” also from her album The Truth About Love.

While “Just Give Me A Reason” may not have won the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, it is performances like tonight’s that continue to show us why Pink will be around for many more years to come.

Make sure you stay tuned right here at where we will keep you up to date on all the winners, performers, presenters, and all the other wild and crazy moments that commence in tonight’s show.

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